©1998 John Grisham; (P)1998 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House Inc.
I really enjoyed this book, and the narrator did a good job. However, you lose so much in terms of getting to know the secondary characters with abridged books, so the subplots were rather un-satisfying. This book was also a bit predictable, but enjoyable none-the-less.
John Grisham did it again...this kept me wanting more...listening for what will come next...can he get out of this situation. The narrator is also one of my favorites, even if the story is not good I could listen to him and still enjoy the audio-book.
I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in the law and how there are honest lawyers around.
The way that the main character was able to put the welfare of the people he wanted to help above becoming rich from a profession known to generate high income.
Great narration with emphasis on the parts that needed it.
Yes indeed.. It kept me interested throughout the entire novel.
If you like John Grisham, this is another of his must reads. Highly recommended. As a matter of fact, I've listened to it twice since purchasing it :-)
Words spoken in season is like a fresh rain.
At the top!
Yes. I just knew Michael Brock would end up in a ditch somewhere after lifting the file.
Malachi Green. Awesome!
I read this book years ago, but purchased it through audible because I simply wanted to hear how Michael Beck would perform the characters. My thoughts? Brilliant! Can't wait to order Sycamore Row. Whoo! Hoo!
The performance of the street lawywer
When the lawyer found out about the mother and the 4 kids were dead
When the street lawyer gave up everything just to help
John Grisham is one of the best writers
I urge anyone to try this book
I loved all the characters, couldn't get enough.
A great narration, it was a memorable performance!
It felt as if the characters really existed.
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