Highly readable, thanks to Grisham's fast-moving narrative skills
Sebastian Rudd is a kind of social justice warrior and Grisham uses him to take jabs at the legal system . . . all with a blunt, rude, gravelly poetic wise guy voice that makes Rudd come across as a kind of 21st-century Philip Marlowe.
No one does it better than Grisham
The energy is sustained to the end
Leaves one eager for more
John Grisham has perfected the art of cooking up convincing, fast-paced thrillers
A riveting read . . . A very satisfying ending
A master storyteller
Terrific . . . The biggest mystery that ROGUE LAWYER poses is how Grisham, at this stage in his long writing career, can still devise all these distinctive characters, tricky legal predicaments and roguishly cheating ways to worm out of them. It's one mystery we Grisham fans just want to appreciate, rather than solve.