[D'oh! The First Thread cut the title out because I put in quotes. Mods - please close the other thread. Thanks.]
Just finished it last night. Although it's not the best book I've ever read, I did enjoy it. It reminded me a little of To Kill a Mockingbird and even more so of a lesser known book titled Montana, 1948. Part of that, I'm sure, is because it is told in the first person from a child's view (like both of the books mentioned), but many of the characters and themes are similar to Montana, 1948.
Overall, I thought it was a good job as far as Grisham's first non-law novel.
Any other opinions?
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