Entertaining and I don't regret listening to it. I'd liken it to the new Skyfall James Bond movie compared to Daniel Craig's first film. In my opinion, the first one was many times better that the other. For me this book didn't have the intensity of The Firm but it was pretty good. If you miss listening/reading to this it's not a huge loss.
Very interesting story, detailed planning, good characters, different from older Grisham novels.
The narration and the characters were excellent, well told story.
All the characters were good, got a bit shaky in the Caribbean.
Was exactly what we expected.
yes, If you have read Grisham in the past, you won't be disappointed. His story line and chain of events held my attention to the very end.
Although the story line was more comparable to The Client than A painted house, the quality of John Grisham shines through.
The twists and turns...unpredictable
Well I can't tell you that because then I would give away the surprises
I thought the plot was really good, and performed well. The story line got a little "stretched" on a few occasions... was not what I anticipated from Grisham.
Well spent only in that we were driving on a long trip and had nothing else to listen to.
I would partially recommend it...definitely not his best work.
None stick out...
The hints that there would be some surprises in this story
The main character, was he a good guy, or a bad guy?
When the main character negotiated with the Feds
Definitely worth the read!
kept you guessing
You wanted to find out how it will all end
Did a great job
Yes. The overall story line was very good in the classic Grisham style. The twist was entirely unpredictable. The narrator was engaging and the overall presentation was very good.
This book was consistent with other Grisham novels.