©1992 John Grisham; (P)1992 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House Inc.
I was disappointed with the reading of this book. Sentences repeated several times. The reader was not as good as most. All in all, the reader made it worse for the story.
I don't listen or read the same books twice, but if I did- sure!
The author does a great job of animating the characters!!
Judge Noose! :)
I noticed some of the lines repeated and wondered why this was!
A great book becomes even greater when Alexander Adams is the narrator. Bringing to each character a distinct voice and dialect, Adams makes you want to replay every chapter. I love audiobooks and first heard this particular version when I borrowed it from the library years ago. At that time they were on cassettes. Needless to say I was absolutely thrilled when I saw Audible.com had the same audiobook on its website ready to download. I could listen to the book over and over again; it's that good!
I highly recommend "A Time to Kill" narrated by Alexander Adams. You are sure to love it!!!
yes, while I felt the story kind of dragged a bit tha naration made up for that
how the jury reached it's verdict
yes, not cry but understand the delima the fater was in
I'm a nurse practitioner that loves to let my imagination run when listening to books. Takes me forever to read, so I love listening!
The story is real, or so it seemed. Nothing really seemed far-fetched, although there were some extraordinary happenings. But it was an extraordinary story.
Small town. The showing that different races can, and do, get along and go to bat for one another.
Have not heard this reader. But I really enjoyed the way he changed his voice for so many characters. His voices for the judge and for Harry Rex were most interesting, and actually funny.
A time to kill? You decide. (emphasise on
Loved this book. I thought it was my first Grisham, but I was reminded that I had read A Painted House and The Litigators. I guess I've joined the Grisham Lovers Club.
This is John Grisham's first novel and the storyline is good. But the book is from a different era. The use of the "n" word is pervasive. In fairness, the word is not used to defame. It is used casually, like the color red would be used. For me, that took a 4 star book down to a 2.
The setting is unfamiliar to me so I liked learning about a different geographic area of the country. Presentations of regular people, the KKK, the ACLU lawyer and the civil rights groups were very interesting.
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