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Grisham, John
 

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With bestselling novels (The Firm, The Pelican Brief) turned into blockbuster movies, John Grisham changed the stuffed-shirt image of attorneys into thrilling hot-shots.



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Is_this_normal? - 10:13am Mar 16, 2001 PST(#69 of 80)
There can be no triumph without loss… no victory without suffering… no freedom without sacrifice… (from TROTK trailer) True words even for today.

Warning!!!!

I just finished "reading" (on tape) "The Painted House" by John Grisham. If you are looking for a lawyers story you will be disappointed. This book has nothing in it about lawyers. The closest it gets to talking about the law is through the Sheriff. It is a good story. I finished with a lot of interest, but it is nothing like his other books. I think readers should be warned that this is a completely different type of story from Mr. Grisham


NurseR - 11:05am Feb 26, 2002 PST(#70 of 80)

I have read most of his books. I loved all the ones I've read. I really liked the Chamber, and The Runaway Jury was awesome! I also really liked The Firm and The Client. I haven't read Painted House yet, or his new one. Won't be getting The Summons until it comes out in paperback. And The Testament was very good, also!


Golden-Girl - 09:04pm Feb 8, 2003 PST(#71 of 80)
Love is the principal of giving what is needed the most

I love John Grisham's books! I've read: The Testiment, The Pelican Brief, The Client, The Run Away Jury, the Partner, The Street Lawyer, and am now reading The Chamber. I love how all of his books are so different! Ooops, I've got to run. Talk to you all later!


mizz soccer - 07:03pm Jun 16, 2003 PST(#72 of 80)

I love this guys books!!! Last summer i read The Rainmaker in just about 1 to 2 weeks. Just like that the book was finished! It was a GREAT book though. It kept me turning page after page after page!!! I am now on A Time to Kill and so far it iz great!!! G2G


A.A.A - 07:45am Aug 14, 2003 PST(#73 of 80)

I've just finished reading 'The Partner'. It certainly was mesmerizing and a real page-turner. Anyhow, there's one thing I didn't understand and that is what exactly happened to Patrick in the ending. Did his 'wife' run away with his cash? Was she trapped by some other thugs? Was she herself a conspirator in some unknown conspiracy?....Please lemme know if someone has formed a theory regards that last bit of mystery.


Golden-Girl - 11:42am Aug 15, 2003 PST(#74 of 80)
Love is the principal of giving what is needed the most

She gave up on him and ran away with the cash.


maroon majors - 04:32pm Aug 22, 2003 PST(#75 of 80)

what was john grisham`s 2nd book?


A.A.A - 07:14am Aug 26, 2003 PST(#76 of 80)

Grisham's second book -his best book! The Firm!

You ought to read it. It's extremely wonderful.


Christine James - 05:22pm Jun 6, 2004 PST(#77 of 80)

Hello all. I am working on a chronological book listing of John Grisham's books. I believe that, Time to Kill and The Firm, are 1 and 2, respectively. I have a listing of 12 books but are not sure in what order they were published. Thanks for any help. C


Fran Hinkel - 06:47am Oct 22, 2004 PST(#78 of 80)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

A Time to Kill 1989
The Firm 1991
Pelican Brief 1992
The Client 1993
The Chamber 1994
The Rainmaker 1995
Runaway Jury 1996
The Partner 1997
The Street Lawyer 1998
The Testament 1999
The Brethern 2000
A Painted House 2001
Skipping Christmas 2001
The Summons 2002
The King of Torts 2003
Bleachers 2003
The Last Juror 2004


Mary J. Jones - 08:10am May 18, 2005 PST(#79 of 80)

re: The Partner. Most people will say his girlfriend ran away with the money. But read carefully the segment where in the full flush of 'victory' our hero gets careless and calls her on an unprotected phone... giving away her location to anyone who might still tailing them.


gsa96 - 10:19am Jun 29, 2005 PST(#80 of 80)

Hello out there...

I am looking for the line that was spoken in the John Grisham novel, "The Rainmaker", when one of the insurance people from Global(and I would love his name)read the letter he had written to the defendent that ended with the words.....Are you stupid..stupid..stupid...

I am trying to use it as a reference and want to quote it correctly.

Thank you.

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