This audio book is a work of art. It is a testimonial to what can be achieved when two consummate artists and professionals fuse their talents to create what can only be described as true masterpiece.
If you want someone to appreciate the audiobook genre, have them listen to this one.
God, I miss Frank Muller.
I'm a huge Grisham fan, but this was easily Grisham's worst effort. I get that Grisham hates the Texas criminal justice system and that he hates most Texans. But to base a novel on such a one-sided, one dimensional perspective just doesn't work. This novel was as uninspiring and predictable as a used bus transfer.
Since Grisham appears to be working from an ethical soap box, I'm eagerly awaiting his expose of the Mississippi trial lawyer's cabal and his caricature of his ol' buddy Dicky Scruggs. However I'm not holding my breath.
I gave this one star because at least the narrator was good, even though the material wasn't worth his effort.
This is a truly heart-warming story. There is as much wisdom about human nature in this book as in any I've read.
Paul Michael's narration was, as always, astonishing. He took a diamond and turned into a precision cut, fiery jewel.
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