The King of Torts – John Grisham – 6/10

Maybe it’s because I’ve read some “high
class” literature now (although I’m still hardly “well-read”), but some of this novel felt shallow and
predictable. It was obvious from the minute J Clay Carter II (I still can’t
believe what some American parents inflict upon their children – although one
of the minor reasons I am looking forward to my wedding is that I will be able
to ditch the double-barrelled disaster that is currently my surname!) started
to make astronomical amounts of money that at some point it would all fall
apart.

Enthralling (took my mind off the wedding
stress for a few hours!), fun and the right thing happens in the end.

It feels like heresy to call John Grisham “Fluff” in the categories but really…

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