April 7, 2017

G ~ Grisham

John Grisham.  I love his legal thrillers.  I've read every one I can get my hands on.  I've been reading his work for somewhere around 30 years now.  His novel A Time to Kill is one of my all-time favorite thrillers.  It was also made into a pretty spectacular movie, as were many of his novels.

If you love thrillers and haven't given Mr. Grisham a try, I can only tell you that you're missing out.  His novels about baseball and other topics aren't quite as good, but his legal thrillers are absolutely the best out there.

12 comments:

  1. I have only read one Grisham book - The Confession - but seen a few of the movies, including A Time to Kill. Definitely a master!

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  2. Stumbled on your blog post and am loving it so far! all the best for the challenge:) I have read a few of Grisham's novels myself and loved them for the plot twists.
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  3. I've read Time to Kill and the Pelican Brief. His books also make great films. Love the million pages challenge in the sidebar. What a fantastic goal.

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    1. Thank you! I found the one million pages challenge at another blog (which is gone now) and I loved the idea too.

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  4. I used to love his books- but lately his new ones are not as engrossing for me as before!

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  5. I don't know when last I read a Grisham novel.

    Writer In Transit

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  6. This is the second recommendation to read Grisham in as many months. I guess it is time to see what I think of them.

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  7. I've bought a couple of John Grisham's books to read over the years but somehow have never got around to it. Might have to give it a go sometime soon (or find an audiobook of his anyway!)
    Ros from Fangirl Stitches

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    1. I hope you'll find time for him. He's a very good author and I think you'll love his books!

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  8. Thirty years? Seriously? If you had put the over/under at 20, I would bet the under.

    I loved A Time to Kill too. Great stuff. I've only read a few Grisham, loved them all, but ... time.

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    1. Well, I read A Time to Kill as a new release. That was 1989. So, yeah, almost 30 years ago now.

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