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All of the intertwines of those involved.
Lake until he became stupid.
As stated each time this questions is asked: Michael Beck (Like John Grisham) is simply the best narrator…there is no comparison.
When Lake decided to be ultra stupid and write Ricky the final letter and, the end, when it is assumed the judged were still appearing to be running the scam.
Oh how true much of this book was to real and modern life. Wow.
This was a great book. Somebody just need to pay Michael Beck and get on with business. :)
I enjoy both Fiction and Non Fiction Books. Not having the best of eye sight, Audible books are a bonus. Great stuff.
Absolutely well spent. I've listened to this book at least twice now and will probably listen to it again. Though it might be fiction, it shows what can be possible from inside a prison. The narrator did a great job too, making a performance out of this book rather than just reading it as a story.
Don't know if I could say it kept me on the edge of my seat, but it certainly kept my interest from start to finish.
All of the Judges and the schemes they manipulated using their knowledge of the law.
Absolutely could be made into a movie or even a TV series. I'm not quite sure who the actors should be but I'm certain it would make a good movie or Television series.
If you like stories about what can go on in a prison, it's unlikely that this novel will disappoint. You tend to start feeling sorry for the victims and the ending is totally unexpected, though I'll say no more about that lest I ruin the story for those that choose to buy and try it.
The reader had a very pleasant voice and read the story with great conviction.
Don't have one at this time.
The story being read brings more imaginery to mind than just reading it.
The book had me laughing and crying.
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