Good but not outstanding ....typical Grisham style
Not a bad read at all. However, it is certainly not one of Grisham's best. I felt some of the parts were rushed a bit and required some extra detail to fill in the minor uncertainties.
Haven't read a John Grisham for some time. An enjoyable read.
I thought this book was a disappointment . Not up to his earlier standards at all. I found myself losing interest . I didn't seem to care about his characters at all. Not 1st rate . Boring. Writers block?
Very good book. I enjoyed it from start to finish.
Pretty good read for the commute. A bit different as this started with the Florida Bureau of Judicial Conduct then moved to the FBI. As most readers of Grisham know by now there are no characters in these books just cardboard cutouts. His books read like newspaper articles more than novels. Still, I read the whole thing to find out how it ended. SPOILER: the bad guys get their comeupance.
A good book - not one of my favorites. Didn't especially his tying up the loose ends in an Epilogue. Probably wouldn't recommend it.
Good story, well-written: Grisham. His best are still the non-lawyer stories: Calico Joe, and Playing for Pizza.
Like all Grisham reads, this was entertaining. Sadly this was far from his best (and I would say the worst of his last three... Grey Mountain and Rogue Lawyer). Dont know why he had to clean up the story in an epilogue instead of the novel itself. All that being said - its still worth your time.
Another, in a long list of John Grisham duds. His original 5-10 books were quite good, but nothing worth reading since. Last one I will read.
Complete waste of time.
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