Not Bad, But bit predictable.
The characters where interesting but none jumped out at you.
I enjoyed the readers style. There was subtle voice changes for the characters, so not suprised that some reviews didn't pick them up.
I wanted to keep listening and the story was good, but as my first Grisham Audiobook, was expect a major twist that, I guess was suggested at a point but didn't go anywhere, as a few of the areas that were looked didn't see to be continued
Good read and hasn't turned me off checking out other Grisham books. Perhaps being more from his movies, I am expecting too much.
I really liked the book. I was fine with the reader. What I had issues with was the interview with Mark's sister at the end of the book. Firstly, when I found that there would be an interview with Mark's sister on the recording, I thought "Great, should be interesting to hear her thoughts on the company and her brother". Then when it started and she was interviewing David, that seemed like a mistake to me. The editing of the interview also made it feel weird and like a piece of Facebook Marketing rather then an interview.
This shouldn't take away from the rest of the book. I thought the book was fairly even. As the David poiints out, his connection to the company means he would be a little more biased towards the company but he touches the important issues in a fairly even way.
I would definitely recommend this book and would love to hear another book from David on another Tech Company!
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