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Laura P. said:
First, I want to say I did like this book. I spent a lot of the weekend reading it. It has a good plot and I did want to know how it ended. However, I find myself wishing Grisham would just write screen plays and forget the novels. I don’t understand authors who can only describe what people do and say, only occasionally what they think and and never mention what anyone feels (no, hung over and nauseous don’t count). Plot is about what characters do but the meat of fiction is (or should be) why. There’s never a why to any of Grisham’s characters. I should know that by now but it still amazes me.
posted Jul 30, 2013 at 1:05PM
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Defending a black Vietnam War hero who took justice into his own hands and killed the white men who raped and tortured his ten-year-old daughter.