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The Street Lawyer

by John Grisham

The Street Lawyer by John Grisham X
The Street Lawyer by John Grisham
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  • First Published:
    Feb 1998, 352 pages
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    Jan 1999, 464 pages

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marcel white

Thjis was a pretty good book. I really didn't want to read it. I had to read and do a short test for summer school. I really enjoyed this book. I didn't think I would.
john

not one of his best but cmpelling notheless
Tommy

Over all it was a compeling book in had great composure

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Blake

This book started out with a bang, but as time progressed, it slowed down considerably. It was still good enough to keep me coming back for more, and it kept me guessing. Although it was not the best thing I've ever read, I recommend this book to anyone with spare time.
jasmine

i believe that it was a good book, but all of the action was packed into 2 chapters and then it dwindled off....it seemed as if John Girsham was in a hurry to write the book.
Greg

I thought the book started you out with a really great beginning and just drops you! I think it needed a little more suspense! The book does make you think about today's society, but I really didn't like how it dragged!
JQuan

This book was very boring started out with alot of action but than it started to bore me to death. It was hard to keep my attention. Not one of Grishams better books.
M. L. Lassiter

I found this book intriguing! My daughter and I read it together and we still discuss it with family and friends. For those who demand excellent writing, a believable story plot, characters that come alive as soon as they are introduced, and, if your are not afraid to take an up front and personal look at yourself after reading this book, then the Street Lawyer is for you!

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