Only Time Will Tell By Jeffrey Archer

For those of you who are new to Archer’s books, look out! I will have a really hard time finding anything wrong with him. He does leave this one a little open ended but I forgive him – ha ha. You really have to read all he has written. Kane and Abel is one of the best novels written about generational drama and that is one of the few that has a follow up novel as well. Archer is one of the authors who got me through endless boring textbooks in college as I would reward myself with one of his books after assignments (one of the others being Ludlum). Continue reading “Only Time Will Tell By Jeffrey Archer”

The Litigators By John Grisham

Now I am pretty sure everyone who reads has an opinion about Mr. Grisham. His novels were becoming a little too pat, predictable and not quite as exciting as the formidable Firm of many years ago. You have to admit that was a brilliant, nail biting, sleezy and fast paced novel. He kind of churned them out after the third or fourth epic and then came the Street Lawyer which I personally think was a reflection of how Mr. Grisham really felt about the business he had trained in many years before. I like how he writes. It is easy to read and has the lovely good guy and bad guy scenarios. Which brings me to latest and greatest novel, namely ‘The Litigators’. Continue reading “The Litigators By John Grisham”