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|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton|
|Imprint||HODDER & STOUGHTON|
|Number of Pages||436 Pages|
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Another good book by Grisham.. Once start reading the book its difficult to put it down..a fun story. You will love the characters of the story and would want it to end with 'every one living happily ever after'. looking forward to reading more stuff like this.
It was another well-written Grisham's novel. But the suspense and thrill were not present like his previous one "the confession". But its definitely worth a read! The contradicting natures of the Street Lawyers who want to hit gold through whatever methods and retire with a fortune and a young,immature lawyer who doesn't know much about the Proceedings of the court but willing to expose himself to a lot of research and find the success in its way are well-established by the master of Legal thriller. Though I won't vouch this would be a big thriller, stil a good read if you've got used to Grisham's style of writing.
I picked up a John Grisham novel after years. I had read his first six or seven books and enjoyed them thoroughly, even if his prose didn't impress me much, but then I burned out on his plain-jane writing style. I like my thrillers more meaty. The Little Gators (sorry, can't resist that silly pun - lawyers really are like 'gators' in Grisham's novels, aren't they?) is surprisingly well written, probably better written than Grisham's early novels. It's a crackling good story too, more like a Michael Connelly Micky Haller novel (though not quite as good as Connelly's The Fifth Witness or The Lincoln Lawyer) than vintage Grisham. He tells a story well, even if everything is Hollywoodized. A very entertaining read and one that keeps you flipping pages all the way through.
John Grisham has been my favorite author for a long time. This time around he delivers an interesting piece about the pressures of being lawyers in large corporate offices and about the many cheap tricks and systems utilized by smaller "boutique" firms to deliver legal solutions.
A story about a small firm trying to make it big on Mass Tort Litigation scam and an over-pressured lawyer from a big shot firm who leaves his job to join a smaller firm only to land in a big mess.
Extremely interesting and as in any Grisham novels, the build up takes time but delivers in the end.
The first Grisham book in read was 'The Confession' which left me disappointed. So was hesitant to pick this up, but still bought it after reading the good reviews. Well guess what? i was pleasantly surprised. Right from the first page i was smiling and laughing and knew this one is gonna be one hell of a ride.
The characters are the life of the novel. You can relate to all the characters easily and you cant help but love the 3 leading ones. Its very well written, the humor shines through and story itself is pretty good too. No matter what kind of books you love, you will not be left disappointed by this one.
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