Money corrupts, this book gives a tale on how a humble lawyer become the brilliant King of Torts. His rise is dramatic, and his fall is amazing.
It also exposes the problems of the US legal system, which allows litigation lawyers to pursue frivolous claims against big corporation. On one hand, those litigation lawyers claim that they are fighting for the legitimate rights of those poor while at the same time they are being accused of exploiting the compensation given to the victim.
Great debate. But the plot is predictable, so don't expect much....Continua
If you're a fan of John Grisham, you don't need to read a review to go and read this book. If you're not, well that's your choice. If you don't know Grisham by now, go and read this book.
I was disappointed in Clay. I wish he would have had a bigger problem with his actions. I did enjoy the book and look forward to more Grisham novels.