Yet another John Grisham book! This time it's The Runaway Jury, which is definitely one of his most beloved. It's not hard to see why.
It's the mid-1990's, and Mississippi is hosting the ninth mega-trial
against a tobacco firm. A young man with virtually no past, Nicholas
Easter, gets himself on the jury. Soon the defense's "hit" man starts
receiving communication from a suspicious young woman. Can the jury be
swayed? In which way?
YES, I can see why this book is one of Grisham's most loved. It was a
fantastic read and leads you in a multitude of directions. When you
finally put one piece of the puzzle together you come to the realization
that you have what seems like a million more to fit until you can begin
to see the whole picture. It is winding and gripping and entirely full
of curiosities. This story was completely gripping and intricate--you have to pay attention.
This was the greatest read for the beach. I was able to sit back, listen
to the waves, and turn pages only as quickly as my brain could absorb
the words. I highly enjoyed my time spent with this paperback of