©2003 John Grisham; (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
This doesn't seem to be up to John Grisham's usual standard. There is very little plot, mainly lengthy descriptions of greed amongst tort lawyers. I had no sympathy for any of the characters and kept waiting for an exciting turn to the plot, which never came.
It took me an hour to really start to enjoy it but I found myself inside Clay Carters life. It was fantastic.
"Interesting story but little narrative tension"
I enjoy this author's books, including this one. My lower rating is because I think not everybody would be as interested as I am in detailed accounts of class-actions against companies, particularly drug manufacturers. Other Grisham novels usually build up to a nail-biting finish with up and downs for the main characters, whereas this book just fades out. The narrator is good and certainly helps to make it a good listen.
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