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It was an engaging story, one of John Grisham's better books. I recommend it to all readers.Published 1 day ago by Sam O. Kimberlin
Loved the book! Found myself not only rooting for Nate O'Reiley in all of the best ways but equally rooting for the demise of Phelan heirs. Couldn't put it down!Published 5 days ago by Ruthie Palmatier
Not sure about this book as it was sent to someone as a giftPublished 7 days ago by Stephanie R. Lee
More a well done story of religious conversion and salvation than a legal novel.Published 9 days ago by Mail Boy
The book flows and grips you with the scenery of the patanel. It's a fascinating look into a world many would say doesn't exist. There is a lot to learn from it. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Buddad1957
His books are always wonderful. This one was also on several levels. Loved it.Published 15 days ago by Sandy
Solid, Exciting, Interesting, Believable Characters, Accurate portrayal of the Pantanal , and the indigenous peoplePublished 19 days ago by SmrtShoppr22