©1996 John Grisham; (P)1996 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House Inc.
The story went on a bit too long. I have spent a lot of time in Biloxi and have never heard it pronounced the way the narrator pronounced it. That was rather distracting for me. Glad it's over and took the twist I thought it would. Have read enough of Grisham books to know there is always a twist at the end.
Grisham gives us a look into the way trials with big money involved could take place. I know the book is fiction but it makes one wonder if jury tampering is common. Frank Muller did an amazing job with the narration. Would highly recommend the book to my friends.
i liked the narrator's voice and I thought he did a great job with the various character voices.
He brought an energy to the reading that i may have not felt on my own
no, but that does not mean it was not engaging. there is a lot to digest in this book and a lot of characters. i liked taking the time to think about what I had heard before moving on to the next section.
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I don't think this is one of the best of Grisham books. Is really one of the bad ones in my humble opinion. My main problem was that I didn't like the heroes. I disliked really both of them. However, I learned a lot about nicotine addiction. I always have despised my in--laws for being so hook on tobacco. I always thought that they were just stupid people. It something makes you ill what is the point of keeping doing it. I understand now, that is not that simple.
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This is one of the books that make me think of John Grisham. Same story as the move the only change up is the smoking indusrty and the gun industry. I love John Cusack in this move and the same in the book. great book
Worth your time
Somewhat. There's a lot of things going on and you wonder how they will turn out.
No, but he did a good job. Read at a good pace and did a good job of changing his voice for different characters.
No, it was just a good way to pass time.
Interestingly, the defendant in the book is the tobacco industry. In the movie, it is the gun industry. Everything else is the same except for the motivation of Nick and his girl friend. I'm curious why they made the change in the movie. Maybe because there had already been a lawsuit against the tobacco companies by then?
I loved this book. this is the 3rd John grisham book I have listened to, all narrated by Frank Muller. I am currently hooked on these books. while listening to this I realized Mr. Muller had passed. amazing work by the author and the narrator!
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