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  1. says:

    After a few recent novels that failed to live up to Grisham's usual exacting standard I heard many people pondering whether his time as a master of the legal thriller was over Well in The Guardians he replies in a way which will shut the naysayers up pretty damn uickly; here he is back to his barnstorming best and I will undoubtedly be adding this to my favourite reads of 2019 The plotting is superb the charac

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    As a longtime John Grisham fan I was hopeful that this fictional offspring of the earlier Grisham masterpiece “The Innocent Man” would be a compelling read Instead Grisham produced a very biased unrealistic look into the American judicial system that makes all of the judges prosecutors and sheriffs in the South look like a cross between Boss Hogg and something out of “Mississippi Burning” His contempt for the judicial s

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    45 StarsI have been very pleased with the last few Grisham releases They have been decently intricate and felt a lot like some of his early work He takes what could easily be complicated legal jargon and dumbs it down without making

  4. says:

    In John Grisham’s latest novel the reader is taken back to the Deep South and into another interesting realm of the legal world; pos

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    Audiobook read by Michael Beck who was very goodWhat happened to the flashlightDoes it matter ha At times I was

  6. says:

    Did not finish Gave up about page 220 I have read and enjoyed most of John Grisham’s books This was an informative fictional account of a non profit organization that advocates for and exonerates prisoners who have been wrongly c

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    A story of injustice done will always move me

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    I am sadly in the minority of readers who did not care for this book which is disappointing because I was excited to read it However though Grisham does offer insight into the prison system and the story he outlines is probably and tragically not unrealistic I just couldn't get into it Cullen Post is a good man but he is

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    John Grisham returns to classic form in The Guardians and I was not disappointed Cullen Post is a former lawyer turned pastor turned lawyer again working in Savannah at a non profit Guardian Ministries The primary case Cullen is working on is f

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    This is an “issues” novel about a disillusioned attorney Cullen Post who has become an Episcopal priest Cullen now volunteers as an attorney for a non profit Innocence project They are attempting to free a prisoner who was wrongfully convicted The book is well written The plot twists and turns and the characters are interesting Grisham starts the suspense immediately and continues to build it throughout the story The book was entertaini

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The Guardians

Ed convicted and sent to prison for life For twenty two years he languished in prison with no lawyer no advocate on the outside Then he wrote a letter to Guardian Ministries a small innocence group founded by a lawyerminister named Cullen PostGuardian handles only a few innocence cases at a time and Post is its only investigator Audiobook read by Michael Beck who was very goodWhat happened to the flashlightDoes it matter ha At times I was on the verge of some serious laughterOther times I simply enjoyed the goodness and warmth I felt from Cullen Posta priest volunteer attorney and overall likable guywho was committed to freeing a prisoner who was wrongly accused The suspense was predictable but the dialogue characters kept me engaged It was slow in parts Yet as an audiobook I didn t mind When soaking in a garden warm pool slow was ok Its been years since I read a John Grisham s book Kinda fun 35 ish The Eagle & the Nightingales (Bardic Voices, read by Michael Beck who was very goodWhat happened to the flashlightDoes it matter ha At times I was on the verge of some serious laughterOther times I simply enjoyed the goodness and warmth I felt from Cullen Posta priest volunteer attorney and overall likable guywho was committed to freeing a prisoner who was wrongly accused The suspense was predictable but the dialogue characters kept me engaged It was slow in parts Yet as an audiobook I didn t mind When soaking in a garden warm pool slow was ok Its been years since I MT 86 : Protocole Montréal-Toulouse d'examen linguistique de l'aphasie (1CD audio) read a John Grisham s book Kinda fun 35 ish

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He travels the South fighting wrongful convictions and taking cases no one else will touch With uincy Miller though he gets far than he bargained for Powerful ruthless people murdered Keith Russo and they do not want uincy exoneratedThey killed one lawyer twenty two years ago and they will kill another one without a second though I am sadly in the minority of readers who did not care for this book which is disappointing because I was excited to read it However though Grisham does offer insight into the prison system and the story he outlines is probably and tragically not unrealistic I just couldn t get into it Cullen Post is a good man but he is also such a cliche and I had trouble really connecting to any of the characters even as I tried You can t force these things and in the end it just wasn t for me Oh well glad it resonated with so many readers but for me it s onward and upward Find reviews and bookish fun at

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In the small north Florida town of Seabrook a young lawyer named Keith Russo was shot dead at his desk as he worked late one night The killer left no clues behind There were no witnesses no real suspects no one with a motive The police soon settled on uincy Miller a young black man who was once a client of Russo’suincy was fram 45 StarsI have been very pleased with the last few Grisham releases They have been decently intricate and felt a lot like some of his early work He takes what could easily be complicated legal jargon and dumbs it down without making the reader feel stupid At the same time the story is interesting and the characters engagingFor a few books about 5 to 10 years ago I felt like Grisham was losing his touch I was having a hard time getting into them and I was reading them as they came out just for the sake of reading them Now I am getting back to being excited whenever there is a new releaseThe Guardians does have a main storyline but it also has a few side stories all based on the docket of a group of lawyers who have given up a glamorous legal life to try and get people who have been wrongly incarcerated out of prison As a person who gets very frustrated by wrongly accused stories I get very riled up by the stories in the movies The Fugitive and Double Jeopardy but in a good way I enjoyed the various different ways these lawyers were vindicating the innocentI highly recommend this book for Grisham fans and legal thriller fans I think that there is a lot here to enjoy without getting too bogged down in other words a good escapist book for a uick and entertaining read

  • Hardcover
  • 370
  • The Guardians
  • John Grisham
  • English
  • 24 September 2018
  • 9780385544184

About the Author: John Grisham

Long before his name became synonymous with the modern legal thriller he was working 60 70 hours a week at a small Southaven Mississippi law practice sueezing in time before going to the office and during courtroom recesses to work on his hobby—writing his first novelBorn on February 8 1955 in Jonesboro Arkansas to a construction worker and a homemaker John Grisham as a child dreamed of