25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
This book is easily read and you will shoot through it in no time. The only reason I didn't finish it in a day was because I as getting so frustrated at reading about things that I already knew.
There are several problems with this book.
1. The author, although clearly a fan of the show, does little in the way of discussing how the show's production works, how decisions are made and he does not really delve deep into the inner workings of the show. This is what I'd been hoping for. Rather, he merely picks out episodes and describes what happened in them, and if like me you've seen every episode of Top Gear, or even if you haven't, there just seems to be little point in… Read more
20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
I read The Confession in a matter of days, reading a couple chapters before catching the train to university each morning and devouring a hundred pages at a time at night.
I'm glad to say that Grisham is back to his best. Theodore Boone was an easy read, but it wasn't as captivating for an adult audience because this was not the target demographic. Grisham's previous entries in the past few years, although wonderfully written, have always left me feeling unsatisfied towards the end - books such as The Appeal and The Associate.
In The Confession, however, Grisham captivates the reader and pulls them in to the story, which is non-stop from the first page. He can… Read more