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FABULOUS!I work in a law firm and have been employed in law firms for more than 30 years. I have only recently gotten into John Grisham's books because I had thought they were mass market. I could not put the book down, especially toward the last half. What a wonderful ending. Plus my granddaughter who was recently accepted into Howard University on a full scholarship, and wants to pursue a law degree after her undergraduate studies, says she's been reading Grisham since the fifth grade. LOL!5A Leap of Faith to the Streets.Attorney David Zinc left his high powered job one day, went to a bar where he stayed all day vowing to never return. By chance, he eventually arrived drunkenly at the offices of Finley and Figg, street lawyers who chased ambulances and divorces and were always on the brink of financial ruin. He signed on with them, attracted by their laid back style. However, life changed when Wally Figg found a potential law suit that could change their fortune. Nothing went as expected as all three lawyers were over their heads, not being Tort lawyers for starters. Grisham gives the reader good insight into the challenges of lawyers who struggle to make a living, and Oscar Finley, Wally, and David are well defined, not just through their work, but who they are as men. A really good read that is hard to put down.4GRISHAM in a new lightI've read many of GRISHAM's books, and was expecting more of the same. I walked into this one and hit head-on with his glorious sense of humor. I recommended it to my book group, and I've heard all good reviews so far! We'll be discussing it together next week. I guarantee a fun read sprinkled with characters you can enjoy and for whom you will feel empathy.The whole book is filled with surprises at every turn as well as warm-hearted depictions of humanity at its best...and worst!4A winner from John GrishamI noticed there were some single star reviews, and for the life of me, I can't figure out why anyone would give this story a low rating. Different strokes, I guess. For me, this was a great read. Maybe because I know what it's like to dread going to a job I hate, I completely understand walking away from something that pays well but literally makes you feel sick. So when David Zinc walked away from his big-time paycheck and grinding 80 hour work week, I couldn't help but think yeah! As far as the other characters in the book go, I liked them. Yes, they were a bit quirky, but that's what made them fun.As a writer, I envisioned Grisham sitting there, pounding on the keyboard, maybe laughing at some of the craziness he was inventing and enjoying every minute of it. The enjoyment shines through on every page.The story has a good, even pace - you never get bogged down waiting for what comes next because the progression moves smoothly. There's a lot here: a bit of tongue in cheek humor, the legal wrangling we all expect from Grisham, done in true Grisham style (which I happen to love), some pathos, some suspense and a resolution that is satisfying and gratifying. It's a good ride and I didn't want to put it down until I knew how it would all come out. It didn't disappoint.5Classic GrishamI ve read a few Grisham novels, and have enjoyed several movies based on his books. What I love about his stories is that there s usually a lot of players on the field; multiple parties with their own agendas and desires end game. A common theme in Grisham novels I ve read is the element of the big guy versus the little guy. In The Litigators, the Finley & Figg law firm have two big guys to face - Varrick, the company that produces the drug in question, and a big law firm (one that specializes in mass tort cases) they consider linking with to file suit against Varrick.The trial portion (or rather, preparation for upcoming trial) doesn t start to get underway until around 40% (kindle count). Up until that point, the reader gets a glimpse into the lives of Wally Figg, Oscar Finley, and David Zinc (his portions were my favorite parts of the early chapters). It s the background stories that helped me connect and decide to what degree I was rooting for some of the players in the game.This story is quite a ride with plenty of ebb and flow. I found the ending to be satisfying, and the epilogue made everything feel complete.5A page turner, entertaining, and enjoyableThis was the 1st Grisham book I've read since The Rainmaker. The Litigators is a quick and easy read with the pages turning fast and faster. This isn't great literature but light and quick reading. I liked the characters and the plot was good, albeit predictable. I had guessed the outcome 1/3 of the way through the book but that's ok, it was still fun. I read it in less than a week and it kept me entertained. I would recommend it for light reading4Thoroughly enjoyableI purchased this book in Kindle format and had a great deal of fun with both the story and the quirky characters. I don't think I've ever read another author who can present and track a more fascinating set of characters. The law details can get a bit long and dry at times, but they support the premise well and never get in the way of the strong characterizations. We have a young lawyer who hates his suffocating job and the mega-firm that employs him to the point of "snapping" in the elevator one morning and giving it all up to join (accidentally) a ramshackle ambulance-chasing firm that he stumbles upon consisting of two quarreling attorneys, their streetwise secretary, and a "firm dog" named AC. I found the four of them, and the various other people who make up this busy adventure, just plain good old fashioned fun. I recommend this book as a pleasant diversion. Glad I bought it.5Truth is stranger than fictionMuch if not all of this tale of legal chicanery appears based on real life. The major conflict in the book concerning the thinly veiled drug "Krayoxx" and the firm "Varrick" actually happened with Vioxx, Merck Laboratories and the FDA. It was an excellent account of how greed can totally overwhelm rational judgment. The events and characters are beautifully described with an endearing portrayal of human nature at its best and worst. I thoroughly enjoyed it.5A small law firm specializing in litigationLitigators are lawyers who represent people who wants money from rich companies, who have done something wrong to them. For example, if a medical drug has serious side effects, people who have been damaged by the drug can request money from the company which produced the drug, and can ask a court of law to decide that the company has to pay damages. When a lot of people have the same damage, this creates a class action suit.This novel is a story about a small law firm specializing in litigation. It is a dangerous issue, if you cannot prove you are right, you can lose all the money you spent collecting the list of people who wants damages. But if you win the court case, you can get a lot of money.John Grisham describes the story of this company with much humour, and the book is very readable.4Having Fun Again?Early on in Grisham's career, he wrote with fire. He went off against the ills of the legal and political systems, kicked greed between the legs, and did it all with some memorable, believable characters. His success was not surprising. Then, he stumbled. He lost the fire. I barely hung on through books like "The Brethren" and "The Broker." But last year's "The Confession" showed him kindling some new heat over a subject he is passionate about, and I applauded it, even if it was a bit stale at times."The Litigators" is the first Grisham book I've had fun reading in a long time. I get the feeling he had fun writing this one. We meet grouchy Oscar Finley and plucky, unethical Wally Figg, partners at Finley & Figg. These are some humorous, annoying, even likable guys scraping to make a living through any client and situation possible. They're propped up a the tough secretary. They're bottom feeders. Along comes David Zinc, who can no longer stomach the hundred-hour work weeks at a legal firm where 600 other lawyers are employed. He goes off the rails, decides to check out one fine morning, and ends up drunk hours later on the steps at the ignoble Finley & Figg. Despite his recent bender, he's actually a guy who loves his wife, albeit not always well, and still retains some ethical and legal standards, since he's not yet stepped foot into a court or heard the way things go down between a rascally attorney and a leering judge.With Finley & Figg adding Zinc to their recipe, the mixture bubbles over. Figg stumbles into a potentially huge torts lawsuit against a pharmaceutical manufacturer (while scraping for clients at a funeral home, no less), and he starts signing up other clients (ones who are alive, thank goodness). In his enthusiasm, he drags along Zinc and senior partner Finley, eventually landing their tiny firm in court against a formidable armada of attorneys.As I whipped through the pages, I found myself laughing out loud on more than one occasion--and for all the right reasons this time. Grisham gives us some great characters, three-dimensional, likable, understandable, despicable, and everything in between. This is the Grisham I remember, one who was passionate, even fiery, but who also loved people and never forgot they were the driving force in his stories. Something has shifted. That fire is back. And this is easily my favorite Grisham in years.5
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