Review: The Litigators

Editorial Review - - Stuart Shiffman

A John Grisham bestseller is as expected as the turning of leaves in autumn. The Mississippi attorney has sold more than 250 million copies of his books, and each new one is eagerly anticipated by avid fans of courtroom fiction. Grisham's last novel, THE CONFESSION, was recently recognized by the American Bar Association and the University of Alabama Law School, who awarded him its first Harper ... Read full review

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User Review  - marshapetry - LibraryThing

I'm not much of a fiction reader so don't place too much weight on this... but I wasn't all that crazy about this book. It was interesting to hear legalese in action but I guess I expected to have ... Read full review

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User Review  - mainrun - LibraryThing

The start of this book didn't work well for me. It took too long. One lawyer quit his job in a rather exciting way. A couple of other lawyers day-to-day work was described in a comical way. Eventually ... Read full review

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User Review  - SesquipedalianSays - LibraryThing

I had spent an entire afternoon doing absolutely nothing, and I was absolutely bored. While trying to figure out what to read, my boyfriend called with the suggestion that I try a John Grisham. Upon ... Read full review

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User Review  - cindyb29 - LibraryThing

characters very black and white; surprising that a lawyer would write so venomously about his profession. good story, predictable ending, fast read. Read full review

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User Review  - carebear10712 - LibraryThing

I actually really liked this one; it was a nice, light, easy read. I've started getting tired of Grisham novels, more so since becoming an attorney, but this one was funny and I enjoyed the characters. Read full review

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Fantastic book once again John Grisham you knocked it out of the ball park! Realistic storyline, I can just imagine it on film! Superb!

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User Review  - piersanti - LibraryThing

Grisham's books are always good. This wasn't one of his best, but still interesting. Read full review

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