The Tenth Justice

The Tenth Justice

Book - 1997
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Publisher: New York : Rob Weisbach Books, c1997.
Edition: [Book club edition]
Characteristics: viii, 354 pages ;,22 cm.
Alternative Title: 10th justice

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kcheel67
May 30, 2017

I cannot fathom how this man has sold so many books.

In this one, we meet Ben Addison and his three best buds, and have to suffer through dialogue that doesn't cut mustard against Sunday morning banter in the frat house.

The characters are largely annoying, and I found myself not really caring one way or another what happened to any of them.

A book I only completed due to the fact that I'd gotten far enough in before I realized how ultimately stupid it was, and I'd finish it to have at least a record of how lame this author is.

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jessierc
Apr 30, 2012

although i did enjoy it i thought that there was something missing the all of the characters except for ober and lisa seemed to be spoiled brats and ther were no character development

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rahmmie
Jun 13, 2011

This books is NOT a legal thriller. It simply happens to revolve around the main character, who is a lawyer. Aside from that, don't expect any courtroom drama.

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