The Litigators by John Grisham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Probably one of the better openings among Grisham novels, "The Litigators" finds Harvard Law educated David Zink on the morning of his "breakdown." David is on his way to his cubicle job as a well-paid 80 hours per week associate in a huge law firm. As narrator, he guides us through his haphazard journey to happiness.
I love reading the thoughts of narrators that the other characters don't hear.
David takes a leap, makes a grab for happiness and embarks on the best adventure of his life. Only taking the risk when he "hits bottom," he pursues justice in Grisham's signature style. I am still hooked on Grisham.
Recommended with enthusiasm.
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