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This story was interesting, propelled along by well written and multidimensional characters. It wasn't Grisham's most thrilling page turner, but I absolutely enjoyed it and would recommend it. The two main story lines seem oddly divergent at first, but stick with it. The narration makes this even better. I wish Frank was still around to read future Grisham books. He does the best job out of them all. Enjoy.
Entertaining story, top notch narration, and subtle and not-so-subtle jabs at our legal system. A great listen !
I loved this book for many reasons, smart, witty, interesting characters, great story plot. It kept me interested and not wanting to put it down. I love most of Grishams books!
It was a great experience and the characteres were very interesting
I can compare this book with the associate because they have in one way similar endings
No. Narrator drove me nuts.
Every single sentence does not require the drama that the narrator seems unable to let go of. If this book wasn't so good, I would have dropped it in a heartbeat.
Laughed the whole way through.
Love this book. My favorite Grisham to date. It was funny, interesting, and engaging.
Grisham always tells an excellent story, and this is no exception. An excellent book, and very well narrated by Mr. Muller.
I enjoyed this reading. Not the best not the worst. Wasen't to thrilled about the ending. There should have been justice. But it was good.
I have been an avid audible listener foot quite some time.it has helped me stay sharp and entertained as well.
This is definately one of my favorite Grishim novels along with " The Street lawyer". This is fast paced and intrigue . You won't want to stop listening to this one. You will see this story in your mind.
I'll never know if the Brethren is another great book from John Grisham, unless I read it. That's because, try as I would, I could not get past the 1st chapter. The fault was not the story, but the reader Michael Beck. I'll never know if he got any better latter in the story, because I could not get past Beck's sandpaper-grating, reading style. He ended every sentence,no matter its meaning or intensity, in exactly the same way; the dropping off of a well-read sentence, into the dying guttural whisper one would reserve, only for the confidential emphasize that danger was ahead. When I heard my inside self saying "please, not this sentence too" only to hear Beck do it again, I knew it was time to call it quits. For the first time in the 54 years I've been reading, I asked for a refund on a book!
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