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Book Review of "The Firm"

Summary: Essay provides a book review of "The Firm", which deals with the story of a man that gets "the greatest job in the world." However, then he soon finds out that the FBI is chasing after him for information about the firm that he joins.
"Reads like a whirl wind," says the Chicago Tribune. "Wonderful," says the LA Times. "Keeps the reader hooked from the creepy first chapters... to the vise tightening mid-section and on to the take the money and run finale," says The Wall Street Journal. The book the firm lives up to these statements. I believe that The Firm is one of the best books that John Grisham has written.

The book takes place mainly in Memphis, Tennessee but it will occasionally take a trip to Grand Cayman, an island in the Caribbean. It starts out in Boston, Massachusetts where Mitch goes to law school at, you guessed it, Harvard University. He and his wife live in a two-roomed student apartment located on campus. Eventually when Mitch signs up with the firm they move to Memphis where they buy them a house and two new cars, a...

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