John Grisham still has what it takes to grab me at the first page and keep my attention. I have never been disappointed with anything he has written. This book stands well next to the Bretheren, and the Client.
You gotta get this book. Engrossing story. Unusual plot. Well read by J. D. Jackson. Lots of unexpected plot twists. John Grisham comes through with another absorbing mystery.
Yes, it was engaging, however, I agree with other reviewers that it moves slowly
Other Grisham books
Worth the listen but not as good as his classics. I would rate it actually about a 3.5
Mal, he had everything under control at all times.
His voice did not intrude, I usually knew who was speaking and it made the telling flow.
I can't wait for Grisham's next book! My favorite author
... the plot is a little one-dimensional. I would recommend this as light enjoyment, but would not classify it as Grisham's finest hour.
I love the work of John Grisham
Chapter 1 to 27 is a perfect Grisham..but then ....
Mr. jackson did a overall very good job, his up there among the best
It made me annoyed, because after chap 27 i just did not know what way the storry
took,, it seemed like a whole new story until it opened up round chap 40 something
maybe its just me, but i like to know where the story goes. its most irritating to wonder..
What is this..where does this fit in the story..
But at the end it all falls into place ,,and its a good story..
At first I thought the voice of JD was too slow, but then I loved it. I enjoyed the twists in the book and was kept wondering until the end as to what ta hell was going on. :) read it..
Grisham is a great story teller, every time. I always look forward to his work.
This is a very good book. I enjoy listening to it. I could follow the narrator because his reading was clear.
Swinging the deal with the federal government
So far, the transformation of the main character into another person. I cannot wait to find out what happens next.
it was just very interesting!
Yes. Narration was excellent! Really felt like th eprotaginist was telling the story.
Yes I would. A fun read / listen that is entertaining without taking itself too serious.
A colorful, personal telling of the tale.
Yes, when Malcolm / Max first experiences the simple pleasures of freedom.