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Sycamore Row- A Sequel to A Time to Kill by John Grisham

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The book 'Sycamore Row : The Sequel to a Time to Kill' as the name suggests, is the sequel to the highly renowned first novel of the famous writer - John Grisham. A fiction novel, Sycamore Row revolves around a courtroom drama with tricks and turns. Set in Clanton, Mississippi, Jake Brigance [the protagonist] finds himself stranded in a court case which involves a suicide.

Seth Hubbard is a business tycoon who committed suicide. He entitled all his wealth and fortune to his black housekeeper, even though he has children. This is what's stated in the will which is passed on to Jack. Its not just a suicide, its not just another court case, its not about the will or the money, its not about race, its about justice and much more.

Seth's children will let loose monsters from hell against every single person who comes in their way. They just can't let that fortune get away, not to a mere housekeeper! How did that maid enter the fray in the first place? Was there a love affair no one knew about? The story line is full of twists and turns, enough to keep the readers hooked till the last page. Catch this legal thriller in all its glory and unravel the mysteries that lie in the life of Jake Brigance, the mercurial lawman.

About the Author :

John Grisham is happily resting at the pinnacle of the writing industry all across the world. Born in the year 1955, he is highly regarded as an American lawyer, a reputable politician, and a prolific author. He pursued his law graduation from the Mississippi State University. He began his criminal law practice after obtaining some credible experience from the University Of Mississippi School Of Law in the year 1981. During the period of 1984 to 1990, he worked at the House of Representatives [Mississippi].

Having sold a stellar 275 million copies universally, he is one of the three authors who have managed to sell 2 million first printing copies [J.K. Rowling and Tom Clancy are the others]. Some of his other popular works include the likes of The Racketeer, The Runaway Jury, The King of Torts, The Chamber, and The Street Lawyer. John Grisham's premier best seller - The Firm [published in the year 1991] was translated into a huge feature film, starring Tom Cruise in the year 1993. It has also been adapted into a television series in the year 2012.

The book 'Sycamore Row : The Sequel to a Time to Kill' is a result of the trademark articulate writing style of the author, laden with fluency and intricacy specifically meant to grip the readers. The book has been written in the English language. It was originally written and published on October 27, 2013, with the consistent and commendable efforts of Hodder and Stoughton, whose popularity is increg as the day passes by.

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date October 27, 2013
Publisher Hodder And Stoughton
Contributor(s) John Grisham
Binding Paperback
Page Count 400
ISBN 10 1444779559
ISBN 13 9781444779554
Dimensions and Weight
Product Dimensions 11.1 cm x 17.8 cm
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  1. 3 of 3 people found this review helpful
     “Sycamore Row”: Where There Is a Will… 13 November, 2013 On
    “Sycamore Row” is one of the finest novels Grisham has written in recent times and will, probably, ever write in his lifetime.
    More of a drama than a thriller, it is a sequel to Grisham’s debut work, “A Time To Kill.” about Jake Brigance, a lawyer who defends a black person who kills two whites that raped and murdered his 10-year old daughter.
    (This is an independent tale and it’s not necessary to have read the first book.)
    The first chapter starts with a meticulously planned suicide through hanging (down to the type of rope to be used) by a 71-year old, twice-divorced, cancer stricken (“good mind, decaying body”) millionaire, Seth Hubbard.
    Seth despised lawyers (“Vultures. Bloodsuckers”) but had enough trust in Jake, who he knew by reputation and appoints him attorney though a letter, delivered after his death, with instructions to leave most of his inheritance to his housekeeper, Lettie, with a small share to his missing brother, if alive.
    Seth specifically prohibits Jake from giving anything to his family.
    If that was not bad enough, Lettie is black, raising questions about the relationship between the two and/or the motive behind his leaving her a vast fortune.
    The story’s center has two wills written by Seth with vastly different instructions: a recent handwritten one without witnesses and another older one in the presence of lawyers, which, lays the stage for some messy conflicts.
    In a welcome deviation from a standard legal procedure, justice prevails through a witness outside the four walls of a court.
    With any other writer, the narration would have turned out dull. .
    After all, what’s so novel about children contesting wills, greedy lawyers and greedier family members, drunks, small town gossip and racism?
    However, this story moves full throttle without respite, from the first page itself and lapses, only occasionally.
    Lately I had been reading Grisham’s recent novels more out of loyalty and left “Playing for Pizza” (dealing with American football which to us in India is like what cricket is to the Americans) half way and have not read the “Theodore Boone” series.
    Though much has been trumpeted about the book’s shocking end, we Indians will identify more with an episode about forgiveness, tucked in the book somewhere after midway.
    If this short part on compassion does not move you, check your pulse.
    Save for “The Pelican Brief.”, what prompted Grisham to have a title like “Sycamore Row” when all his legal thrillers have generic, boring names?
    The first (obvious) reason is that it’s the tree on which branches Seth commits suicide.
    The second reason is more symbolic.
    The Sycamore Tree has a non-elastic outer bark that breaks away as slough (allegorising his family whom he despises) when the inner wood (Seth, maybe) starts growing: the growth of the wood being faster than the growth of the bark.
    Dig deeper and it’s a book about atonement and not racism or money, as we are lead to believe.
    Welcome back, Grisham…..
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