This book is all over the place, it feels like. It is too long for the story line. Takes forever to get to the point and feels disjointed. The trip to Montesangre just doesn't fit in with the rest of the story.
I would HIGHLY recommend this book. It is captivating from beginning to end, and also does a great job of dealing with one of our nation's long buried social issues.
I don't want to give it away. It's at the end.
Maybe not my "favorite" character, but Beck did a great job of portraying Lucien. I couldn't help liking the man, despite his shortcomings.
Again, the moment thta moved me the most was at the end.
I feel this is probably Grisham's best work yet. The story is very compelling!! Also, as a certified court reporter for over 35 years, I always look for inconsistencies, and he does a great job of being authentic where the legal world is concerned. Can't wait for his next book.
I am a Janet Evanovich fan, even though I think she needs to end the Stephanie Plum series. This book is a new avenue for her that I hope she and Lee Goldberg continue to pursue. I enjoyed this book enough that I might even listen to it a second time, something I never do!!
I listened to one of the newer books in this series. Liked it well enough to go back to this one, the first in the series. Next, I plan to download Book 2 in the series. Like the Harry Bosch character.
This book took me forever to listen to. I made myself finish it. Wouldn't recommend it.
Could not wait to until I finished this book. I only finished it because I cannot start a booik without finishing it. Sorry.
It didn't start out like I expected, but it was very good. At first, I wanted him to get past the whole family history thing and get to current day, but it turned out that I got very involved in the history and can't imagine telling the story without it.
I recommend this book to anyone and everyone. Everything she says makes sense. Inspirational and comforting.
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