The story is vintage Grisham and I enjoyed listening to it. However, in the end, I felt it was short. I think Grisham could have done more with it. Probably unfair of me to say so as the story had plenty of characters and twists and turns. So, I am not sure why I am saying so. The narrator was not the cause of my minor dissatisfaction, he did his job well.
Someone with a limited imagination or just needs background noise.
Never released it!
John Grisham has steadily gotten worse since I read the Client. This book actually hurt to listen to waiting for such phrases as "And so on" in every description. I think he may be using ghost writers because this book lacks any sort of imagination.
I laughed a lot during this book
I love the way the story keeps getting better.
I have recommended this book its kind of a nice change from reads
no fav liked it all
kind of reminds me of his first books he wrote
Good story. Would benefit from two narrators. Female characters would certainly benefit from a female voice. J. D. Jackson carried the main character well, but lacked the flexibility to give the female characters their impact.
This was a very enjoyable venture. There were a few areas where the reader has to suspend logic in order to buy the story line. It does hold your interest.
It was not a predictable tale. Until the end, one doesn't know what will happen to all of the characters.
John Grisham is a skilled writer, of course. But, in my opinion, it is his story telling qualities that make him shine. I can't say too much with such an elaborate story gripping your reading (or listening). This is a story, a yarn, with all the elements sliding in and the descriptive tension appropriate for a classic. Long live the story and long live John Grisham.
Book was as billed, pure suspense to the end!
J.D. has a voice that fits the characters of the book perfectly, it's not like others that have to try to sound right, he fits!!
Yes. It's Grisham
He did a good job of relaying the temperature of the moment.