Sad to say, likely my last John Grisham book. I have loved most of his previous books--up until 4 books ago, they were usually fantastic, and hard to put down. But it's probably over for me, and most of the reviews I read were also not positive, and wondering if it's the end of the line (after 40 books, that's still amazing).
This one started out great--a typical Grisham law and courtroom-dominated tale. But then Grisham goes off on a tangent that goes on far, far too long--and the ending is thoroughly unsatisfying, with a "twist" that I suspected about 300 pages before.