THE RECKONING

by John Grisham

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

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    • The only thing I did not like was a bit too much gore about the Bataan March.
    • Great plot, a bit of history added....however I pretty much had it figured out not long into the book. I feel it was one of his “easier” reads. I have read them all!!
    • Think adding the "stuff" regarding experiences in the WW II was superfluous, not one of my favorites by Gresham. Book dragged on with a fragmented plot. Would not recommend .
    • I really have enjoyed John Grisham’s books and eagerly awaited the release of The Reckoning. The part of the book about the Bataan Death March was captivating but that was about it. You knew the family was a mess from the beginning so no surprise it ended up that way. The characters, other than Pete were one dimensional and never really developed. What I did like about the book is it gave a telling and accurate portrayal of life on a southern cotton farm in the early part of the 20th century and the relationships between the whites and blacks. The ending, rather than explosive, was a big puff of smoke. A huge disappointment.
    • I always enjoy reading John Grisham. This book was a little different than his other books but it was a fast read as always and both educational and entertaining.