THE RECKONING

by John Grisham

A decorated World War II veteran shoots and kills a pastor inside a Mississippi church.

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    • I had already purchased this book and was already turned off when reading some of the early reviews. I am an avid John Grisham fan having purchased and read every book he has published. I thoroughly enjoyed his latest book and admire him for mixing it up from the usual legal thrillers. He is one of the best if not the best storyteller of our time.
    • I enjoyed every minute of this story. It kept me guessing til the end! Wonderful back story and interesting characters.
    • I have been a big fan and have read EVERY Grisham novel. This is just bad. The story arc is so lacking in credibility. How could Pete who suffered through what he did end up killing another for "sins" committed when he was presumed dead ? What allowed him to survive the atrocities of war would have allowed his mind to deal with an infidelity another way-- I think--- just did not ring true for me. The narrative was also lacking in tension-- very boring in fact, but I plowed through it. I think Mr Grisham is definitely past his prime or just being lazy. What a waste of printed paper!
    • Well written pablum set in WW2. Ending clear from 4th chapter. So disappointing.
    • This was a bad read. Too much information on mostly known history. Agree, not enough character development on some people. Way too much detail before "secret" was FINALLY revealed in last 10 pages!!