Not bad, with an endearing protagonist and good, upper crust narrator, but not terribly compelling. I finished it, but wasn't left wanting more.
The narrator does a great job with all of the different southern accents (keep working on the Ohio one!)
It was very enjoyable, even thought the will-based story line can get a little dry and the ending wasn't a big surprise.
I'd forgotten how much I enjoy John Grisham!
This is my favorite audiobook to date, combining great book + great narration. The characters are complex and interesting, the plot is compelling, and the mystery gripping. I've already listened to it twice.
The narration is excellent, a British take on the different Swedish accents, including non-annoying nuances for characters' varying genders, ages, and social classes.
One word of advice: the first section is hard to follow. Mentally skim this part, especially when he explains the lawsuit against the protagonist, which is unnecessarily detailed. Hang in there and you will be rewarded!
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