I have been getting more and more disgusted with Grisham. It seems like Clay Carter, Grisham got stuck by the bug of fame, money and all that comes with it after his first book. His books have become more and more like a movie with the entire plot laid out within the first 20 minutes. I wanted to like him again, but it didn't happen. This book was over after half the book. The ending was obvious because there was no other way for it to go but down. Grisham didn't even try to give us twists and turns on the way out. If you want a better read Sue Grafton, Linda Fairstein, Steve Martini Janet Evanovich or Perri O'Shanesay would be more enjoyable and leave Grisham to the masses who don't read enough to know better.
Can I just say that, like, I can?t talk and, like, wow, I know so much about singing. I know that I got kicked off but like I am an authority and you should listen to me. ?Yea right. Can you guys give her a script? For us savvy BOT listeners ? the ?yeas? ?likes and ?yughs? don?t cut it. ? Don?t bother downloading this freebee it just stinks.
An American Library Association Best Book of 2005 and a Newbery winner. I highly recommend this book. It is a wonderful character study of a young girl dealing with the loss of pre-pubescence, lost of a potential friend and the potential loss of a dear family member. A great story full of hope.
Anything with Scott Brick reading it is a joy on the ears! Frank Muller and Scott Brick - If they read it you can't go wrong!
I tried for 45 minitues to enjoy this book. I still know little about the story line. The reader makes what may be a good book painful to listen to and difficult to understand. Try the "Hear Sample" before spending a book credit or money on this one. This may be a book to get in hard copy and read yourself.
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