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The Rainmaker

1995 novel by John Grisham

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review by . August 04, 2010
In my headline, I described this as one of Grisham's most engaging works.  This is a big statement for me, because I can be a Grisham fanatic at times.  I've just about read every single one of his books.   I think the character development is really what gripped me in the Rainmaker.  Some of his works will have incredible stories that can leave you wanting the characters to have more of an identity.  Not here.  The Rainmaker has dozens of characters, …
review by . January 05, 2010
Methinks that John Grisham has a mellower side to his writing than we've seen thus far.       Certainly "The Rainmaker", rather than being the legal thriller that one might have expected on the basis of his previous novels, is more of a gentle bittersweet general fiction novel comprised of three concurrent sub-plots that take place primarily in a legal setting.       In the first story, (of course, all three are intertwined to a certain extent and …
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I have loved books ever since I could pick one up. As time progressed I enjoyed reading and taking mini vacations in my mind. The best thing about a book for me is learning about someone or something … more
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