Last night, I finished reading my first novel on my new Pandigital Novel that Lisa got me for Christmas. Wasn't sure if I was going to like this new toy, since I love holding a book in my hands. But, I have to say that it's growing on me. I love being able to hold it in one hand and breeze through page after page. I also love the fact that I can lay down and set it on its stand and read hands-free. Plus, it has wifi, so I can check email and surf the net while lying on the couch - pretty cool.
All the elements one would expect from a Grisham novel: Crime, suspense, justice, corruption, revenge, reconciliation, politics, courtroom drama, and a boat-load of colorful characters. I could easily see this book being made into a feature film. In fact, as I was reading it, I was picturing which actors would fit which roles as it played out on the big screen.
The only drawback: The Lutheran pastor is not all that Lutheran, as is made evident throughout the book whenever Grisham reveals his theology. But, that doesn't prevent it from being a good and entertaining read.