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  • We are given a state of two groups of people, the rich and the poor, the wealthy sick people and the happy ones living without the basic things

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      John Grisham takes us in the offices of one of the richest men in United States, Troy Phelan. It seems that Phelan’s family was not a family but a group of weird and crazy people. Troy is an eccentric man, never loved by any, but everyone loved his money. He ends his life in a wheelchair and never moved out from his

      apartment.

      Phelan wanted to screw everyone. He did it successfully. All his children claimed to love him and that their father was mentally sick and his will was illegal and void. A Washington litigator, Nate O’Riley, is assigned with the job of finding the truth.

      The story takes Nate to an adventure in the remote parts of Brazil. John gives us a detailed picture ...


      • of the untouched environment. I can conclude that John really visited such places. The litigator had to find Troy’s unknown daughter in the mission of Brazil, Rachel Lane. Rachel was not aware of her father, but she knew that her mother was a friend of Troy when they were young. Rachel refused the will and Nate was in a panic after all
        the adventure.

        At the same time, Grisham shows us the panic of Phelan’s family panic for the money. We are given a state of two groups of people, the rich and the poor, the wealthy sick people and the happy ones living without the basic things.

        Grisham ends the book on a positive and meritable award for all parties. The Testment is a great book.




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