Book Review of “Gray Mountain” by John Grisham

Gray MountainGray Mountain by John Grisham

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I don’t need to tell anyone that John Grisham is a literary master. I have loved his writing for as long as I can remember and I can honestly say I don’t think I’ve ever read one of his books that I haven’t enjoyed.

In my opinion, Grisham’s books can be rated at different levels of “Great”. This book did not disappoint me. The book has everything thrills, mystery, sadness, joy and great realistic characters that you would not only like to meet but you probably already know a few people who resemble them. Easy to believe, grow to love and some you hate.

I wouldn’t really say this is a “Whodunit” but rather “can you possibly fix it”. I would highly recommend the book to anyone that wants a great story that is thoroughly entertaining. However, be forewarned, “Grey Mountain” is a definite page turner/swiper of the highest degree and you won’t be able to put it down once you pick it up.

Happy Reading My Friends,

Michael

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6 thoughts on “Book Review of “Gray Mountain” by John Grisham

  1. Thank you. Good to have reviews prior to purchasing. I like his books too although did struggle a little with Sycamore Row.

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      1. Having a solid review source is great. If you know someone is a fan and they make a non positive comment about a piece of work they become even more trustworthy. I have a few Grisham’s on the shelf I might dust off again. Got any Michael Connelly thoughts? My hubby has stockpiled a library of his and has only read one.

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      2. Oh man, you wanna get me started on Michael Connelly I see LOL. Yes, he is one of my all time favorites. Bosch is my favorite detective of all time and that means he stole first place from Hercule Poirot. Now that’s saying something. I love his works plain and simple and highly recommend all of them, I’ve never read one I didn’t like honestly.

        Tell your hubby he is in for a treat. However, read the Bosch series in order because even though you don’t really need to read them in order to enjoy each story, you benefit by doing it because you gain a lot from reading and following the overall back story of Bosch’s life.

        But seriously, I can’t say enough good things about Connelly’s works and yes, I am stingy with my “stars” or good reviews. ENJOY!

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      3. Yes, I just finished that one it was great but it is one of the newest and you don’t really get a lot of Bosch’s back story which you really sort of at a disadvantage because of it. I would suggest he start at the beginning. I started in the middle several years ago and went back to the beginning to catch up because I right away recognized it as a series I wanted to follow.

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