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ISBN13: 9780345536884
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Dar, January 8, 2013 (view all comments by Dar)
I really liked how David was fed up with the high powered system and landed in a place that was barely staying afloat, but made him feel like he was making a difference. With hard work, a vision, and patience, he was able to climb back up on top. And all with a feeling that he was helping people.

This book was a little different than Grishams earlier works and very refreshing.
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Pat Wilkie, January 2, 2013 (view all comments by Pat Wilkie)
One of Grisham's best!
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sheilaarnold39, September 12, 2012 (view all comments by sheilaarnold39)
Another John Grisham home run! There are only a couple of writers that can move from just reading a fiction book to taking on a new point of view, and John Grisham is one of the few. The characters in this book are just robust and fun. David Zinc is the king of guy I want to meet. The indictment of mass tort litigators and of overseas product testing is well done, but not preachy. The story line is never straight, which I love about Grisham, so be prepared to not know which way the path will go. Enjoy the read, and, Mr. Grisham, if you are reading - thanks for the GREAT read and I am waiting for the next. (Side note: If you enjoy this book, then also read Grisham's "The Runaway Jury" and "The Confession".)
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Grisham, John
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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Grisham's entertaining modern-day legal thriller offers a bitingly farcical look at lawyers at the bottom of the food chain. David Zinc, an associate at a Chicago mega-firm who's sick of the sweatshop he's been laboring in for five years, flees the office one morning and ends up spending all day in a bar. Soon after the bartender finally kicks him out, Zinc spots an ad on a city bus for a firm of ambulance-chasers, Finley & Figg, and resolves to join their hapless practice. Meanwhile, Wally Figg, one of Finley & Figg's two partners, thinks he's found a goldmine after learning that a client who died recently was taking an anti-cholesterol drug called Krayoxx. Zinc, who has zero litigation experience, aids Finley & Figg, who likewise lack litigation experience, in filing suit against the huge pharmaceutical company that produces Krayoxx. Grisham (The Confession) makes Zinc's personal transformation more convincing than his professional one. Some readers may feel the fairy tale ending clashes with the dark humor of the opening. (Oct.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
"Review" by , "Grisham is an absolute master."
"Review" by , "John Grisham may well be the best American storyteller writing today."
"Review" by , "Where Grisham leads, millions of readers follow."
"Review" by , "A mighty narrative talent."
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