I'm a great fan of Stuart Woods and was very disappointed with this confusing and inept story.
It appeared as if a book were due and this one was it. a terrible effort. Save your money.
The plot was a stretch but most of the book was well written and the view of a big time law firm was interesting. The books hums along merrily, building to a climax and then just ends.
To go through all that writing and neglect to write an ending is inexcusable. It felt like a "rip-off." Certainly the worst Grisham book ever and possibly one of the most disappointing audio books ever.
I always thought publishers had editors who helped writers recognize their deficiencies. Guess not. Did anyone read this book before putting it in print? The publisher is equally guilty. They should all be ashamed of themselves.
Save your money.
I'm not a great judge of the Indian language accent or anything else. John Lee is amazing. I think he's the best narrator I've listened to and I've listened to a lot of them.
His Indian accent added enormously to the enjoyment of this audio book. Whether or not he mispronounced some words is beyond me and I don't much care. This wasn't a textbook. It was entertainment.
Listen to this book.
I've listened to hundreds of recorded books and this is one of the best ever. The story was well crafted and the narration was superb. I was sorry when it ended. Don't miss this book.
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