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Published October 1st 1999 by Simon & Schuster Audio
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Michael Benjamin
Jan 16, 2016 Michael Benjamin rated it it was amazing
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I adore Turow. He is the author I would love to be. He weaves, like Grisham, an intriguing plot. However, Scott seems more interested in the many facets of human possibilities- how people behave. This neatly dovetails into his ability to explain why they behave the way they do. Turow writes about people who are in situations and how they interact with one another. In many respects, Turow is the Le Carre of legal fiction. I am an unashamed groupie.
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Feb 27, 2009 Noah rated it liked it
Turow does a masterful job of taking the reader through the same emotional ups and downs he experienced in his first year at HLS. I found myself getting tense along with him as his exams approached, and relieved when he got his grades. The book is also full of sharp commentary on legal education and the legal profession, particularly in the afterword. There is one big problem with the book, not Turow's fault: his first year of law school was in 1975, and I have no ability to judge how much thing ...more
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Aug 02, 2014 Roland rated it did not like it
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Scott F. Turow is an American author and a practicing lawyer. Turow has written eight fiction and two nonfiction books, which have been translated into over 20 languages and have sold over 25 million copies. Movies have been based on several of his books.

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