A Painted House - By John Grisham  » Books  »
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  • I love reading John Grisham, wanting to keep reading to find out what is going to happen, and this was the same but held my attention in a compleatly different way
  • This book makes you want to continue reading, it reels you in, you feel emotion for the characters, you experience thier passion, their pain and their happiness
  • I compleatly recommend taking the time to read this great story

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      A Painted House by John Grisham was one of the best John Grisham books I have read. It was compleatly outside the normal lawyer themes that consistenly surround Grishams stories. This well writed book seemed to be just a story about a boy growing up in the 1950’s nothing

      to exciting happens and there is not a lot of mystery yet I could not put the book down! I love reading John Grisham, wanting to keep reading to find out what is going to happen, and this was the same but held my attention in a compleatly different ...

      • way. The story follows Luke Chandlers childhood as he sees, hears and experiences things that a normal 7 year old boy in the 1950’s might have experienced, but in an exagerated way. Dealing with subjects like migrant workers, forbidden passions, illegitimate children and the farming lifestyle. This book
        makes you want to continue reading, it reels you in, you feel emotion for the characters, you experience thier passion, their pain and their happiness. This novel based on a simple life, involving a simple theme is anything but! I compleatly recommend taking the time to read this great story.



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