I thought it was interesting that the law put much time and energy into what seemed to be an open and shut case; begging the question are tax dollars wasted on this need for justice in a case where it was obviously this was not going to be a serial act?
My favorite character was the door man, I liked his name, Moses.
Probably the guy who gave the mistress her job back.
I find it odd that a man can throw away his wife and not expect bitterness when she is tossed away like old garbage; and said her flowers this was moving not touching.
My last comment is how can men be ignorant enough to think that a wife who has stood by you and loved you may not retaliate when traded in for a new model. Did he deserve to die, well he may have used his noggin here and should have thought about life insurance policies worth 4 million. A woman scorned a wife scorned I have no sympathy for either party. Only the witnesses to the horror of the crime. I am not God but if my husband thought this was an appropriate action while I would never harm him, I would make his life hell.
I would remove half of the repetitive material, or ask for my money back.
I used to be a Grisham fan, apparently some find that they can still stand the same story over and over I cannot.
Yes Beck did a great job. Well, his performance allowed me to make it halfway through the book before smacking myself in disgust for giving Grisham another chance.
No I don't see a movie out of it, but if so the lead should be given to Vince Vaughn just for fun.
Grisham is like Patterson is to any book, they never die, but live to tell the same tales with different title. People magazine gave this book 4 stars I am ashamed I even know that.
An author by another name. Ann Rule has grown redundant and there seems to be over exaggerated need to explain the characters looks over story line.
I hope I can resist any impulse too purchase her books in the future, she has too many annoying qualities in her writing; one being repetitive droning introductions.
Yes, I can stand the narrator.
I would not have authorized this book for print, and I could not begin too character cut.
I think the spectrum of writing needs to broaden week after week we see James Patterson, Stephen King, or Nora Roberts role out books like mere journal entries. I am surprised that this continues, but Ann Rule should retire in my humble opinion.
Never, this book brought me close to vomiting, the horrific truth of this woman's life almost brought me to a murderous rage, justice will be served.
The strength of the main character was astounding, she is one of those people in life God uses to spread messages that turn tables and shed light in darkest of corners.
Yes, it made me want to avenge these children just sick sad heart wrenching.
The truth is uglier than sometimes we can fathom.
I think anyone in the LDS "church" would enjoy this one sided depiction of both Jody and Travis.
I will listen to anything that does not have a foundation created by a mad Freemason, Joseph Smith. My Uncle is at the top of this cult and the majority of my family mormons. I I will listen to any book that is not glorifying a religion that makes a mockery of Christ and women.
Scene? I was just glad the booked touched on the fact that Travis used Jody as a sex toy even though he was an elder and witness to her temple baptism. He was using her in a disgusting manner, and no one points this out.
No redeeming qualities, no.
I have to ask why there were not more questions on Arias capability to pull off a crime that called for brute strength? How can the author presume to speak for the dead? And why paint someone as a saint when they were clearly not? Had Travis practiced the abstinence he preached he would have never captured the attention of someone so mentally ill and would be alive today. Never underestimate obsession, and when writing a book don't demonize one party. This book was a one sided,character assassination with little to no factual evidence.
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