The stories were very different, and evoked different emotions, and thats what I like when reading a book...becoming intimately involved with the characters and the story.
In a Time to Kill, the beginning scene that described the horrible act that took place set the scene for the rest of the book. Strangely enough, I enjoyed the ending of The King of Torts...I don't think many people would like the ending.
Yes, Mr. Beck narrated another Grisham book that I listened to...he does a great job.
In The King of Torts, I was quite taken aback with the greed. At least for the time being, I am thinking differently about the pursuit of wealth. Without purpose beyond oneself, what is the point of accumulating more money than one can sensibly spend?
I would recommend the book because it is paced properly for relaxed consumption. Good vacation book.
It compares favorably. I listen to a lot of books, and this one opened my eyes to the plight of the homeless.
I loved Mordecai...smart, brash, yet kind-hearted with the ability to judge character.
It made me sad at times about the human soul-our greed and selfishness. Yet some people care enough to devote their life's work to others...that made me smile.
The next time a homeless person asks you for the dollar that you can afford to spare, don't judge, don't second guess, just give it up!
This book is a blessing from God. It renews one's faith and prayer life! it is the true side of the supernatural. All Christians should read it!
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