Easy to listen to and really informative. I'm an dedicated capitalist - and I learned something every few minutes.
Very reasoned and solid.
I'm a sort of fan of Grisham. So I came to this looking forward to another good story.
What a disappointment. After a couple hours, I concluded that was only going to get worse, so I quit.
Not sure what is going on. Maybe Grisham is feeling guilty about his success. Anyway, this is an incredible downer - an outpouring of how successful people should be guilty about causing all the worlds ills. In this case homelessness.
Toss the manuscript in the trash.
The hostage scene at the beginning.
Maybe I am spoiled by Vince Flynn.
This book looks for loooooong excuses to have no action and no interest.
I kept trying and finally just quit.
huh? What characters?
Starting with chapter one and all the rest
A foundation premise of our Consitution is the truth of Natural Law. This book explores that notion with amazing intellect and compelling reason. I think this is an important book for anyone who wants to really understand the great American Experiment.
Keeps your brain working... but it was fun to listen to.
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