It's been a while since I've read / listened to a John Grisham book. I've always enjoyed his stories, and while this was different than the last I recall, it was a 'good' kind of different. The unique plot pulls you in, and the narration was well done.
While the story line is facinating, the author seems to repeat the obvious and the narrative was overly dramatic at times. Long after you've drawn your conclusion, it is still being spelling it out for you. Over all, I enjoyed the story, and it seems it was left open for a sequel, to which I would likely listen.
I couldn't stop listening to this compelling story. The two perspectives who narrate the story keep it interesting and it is full of suspense. It's a fabulous historical fiction novel and is well read by Orlagh Cassidy and Bahni Turpin (who also was a narrator for The Help).
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