If you are a John Grisham fan, what would you so his best novel so far?
All I remember is that I liked his work and it has been awhile since I’ve read him. I think I’m due for a library trip...
I think his three best are, in order: A Time to Kill, The Rainmaker, and Runaway Jury.
Pretty good. I actually liked The Firm, The Chamber and The Partner...like the way how people can just disappear in the world
Three of John Grisham's books which I have enjoyed reading are
The Testament, The Firm and The Partner
As a collector, I have all of his works in hardcover and again in soft cover, (*grin*) I would personally say that his best was "A Time to Kill" if only for the story content. However, for storyTeLLING his best descriptions were done in the novel "A Painted House" and "The Innocent Man". I could give a list from my considered best to worst but perhaps a hub would be better?!
The Rainmaker, A Painted House, and A Time to Kill. He has such an inventive mind and is a fascinating read when you have about 4-5 hours of free. He is hard to put down.
by The Donkey7 years ago
Just want to see all the Grisham fans out there. Post your favorite John Grisham novel!
by fierycj8 years ago
At every point in time I always have at least ten books to read. At least. I had The Innocent Man by John Grisham on the bottom of my stacks of books to read. But just yesterday, for some reason I started reading it and...
by ronhi6 years ago
Why does John Grisham like divorce?In most of his novels, the protagonist will either be divorced, just about to be divorced,or in a turbulent relationship...What could be the reason?
by MichaelStonehill6 years ago
Which book it took for you the longest period of time to read? Was it worthwhile?
by William Thomas7 years ago
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by Abigayle Malchow5 years ago
What was your favorite novel in high school or college?
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