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A Time to Kill

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Michael Beck

16 Hours 47 Minutes

Random House (Audio)

July 2000

Audio Book Summary

In this searing courtroom drama, best-selling  author John Grisham probes the savage depths of  racial violence... as he delivers a compelling tale  of uncertain justice in a small southern  town...

Clanton, Mississippi. The life of a  ten-year-old girl is shattered by two drunken and  remorseless young man. The mostly white town reacts  with shock and horror at the inhuman crime. Until  her black father acquires an assault rifle -- and  takes justice into his own outraged hands.

For ten days, as burning crosses and the crack of  sniper fire spread through the streets of  Clanton, the nation sits spellbound as young defense  attorney Jake Brigance struggles to save his  client's life... and then his own...

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  • Tana D.

    Really enjoyed the characters and the story, but what made it memorable was the narrator and his ability to suck you into the moment, the craziness, the sadness and the jubilation!

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  • Shantel R.

    LOVE this story. The movie is great as well..

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  • Drew C.

    I liked the narrator and his ability to adapy is voice to the particular characters. The story created an empathetic feeling within me regarding the racial unrest that still exists in our society today.

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  • Joseph P.

    I throughly enjoyed this book. Could not wait to drive in to work - go to lunch nor drive home to get back to listening to it. Grisham tells such a good story. Really captivated you from the first paragraph. I did NOT like the use of the ā€œNā€ word despite his likely reason of authenticity. It was over used and unnecessary in my view to tell the story. Another appropriate term should have been used.

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  • Kim

    John Grisham is always a pleasure to read. He tells a good story.

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