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Supreme Justice by Phillip Margolin
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bookshelves: authors-and-appatizers, mlm-mystery
Read from February 21 to May 03, 2011

This was one of the harder books for me to get through. In fact, I almost didn't finish it, but I slogged on, hoping it would get better. Well, it didn't.

It's not really a bad story, it's just that that's all it is, a story. I could not make an emotional attachment to anything - characters or plot. I just didn't care. The ending wasn't really emotionally satisfying as far as I'm concerned.

Unlike many stories I've read before this one, I felt like I was an outsider, not even someone there for the ride, just there, outside a high window. It felt as if the author didn't really care if the reader connected to the characters or not.

If all you want is to read a story based in the world of law, then you might appreciate this one.

However, if you're the type of reader who needs to or prefers to make emotional connections to the characters in a story, then I'd suggest you move on.
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Carrie Hinkel-Gill This was one of the harder books for me to get through. In fact, I almost didn't finish it, but I slogged on, hoping it would get better. Well, it didn't.

It's not really a bad story, it's just that that's all it is, a story. I could not make an emotional attachment to anything - characters or plot.

If all you want is to read a story based in the world of law, then you might appreciate this one.

However, if you're the type of reader who needs to or prefers to make emotional connections to the characters in a story, then I'd suggest you move on.


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