Published 2008 by Delta
I have the paperback copy in my shelf, but I listened to this book in my iPod. The reader, Micheal Beck, is a fun reader to listen to. After over 5 dozens of books in audio, I realized that a reader can make or break a book for me. For example, I can’t even sit long enough to read halfway through Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. I tried, it’s just not doing it for me. I listened to audio version on a lark, and I find that I cannot get enough of listening to Jim Dale reading about Harry Potter.
Micheal Beck reads The Appeal like a dream. It’s about big chemical company and their toxic waste. It’s about killing the town by infecting the water source so bad even plants die from it. I like the local color of the book. It’s set in a small town in Mississippi (MS). I get to know more about MS judicial system. I like hearing about a billionaire’s trophy wife. John Grisham’s description is hilarious at times. I don’t know any trophy wife intimately, so I don’t know if this is true. I wonder about that. Still I enjoy this book so much.
Have you read this? It came out last year. If you haven’t, I have one used copy of this book available for giveaway.
For a chance to read this book, I’m curious. What do you imagine a trophy wife to be?