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Book Review of "The Brethren"

Summary: Review and analysis of "The Brethren," a novel by John Grisham.
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The book "The Brethren", by John Grisham, is about a group of three disgraced judges doing time in a minimum-security prison in Florida. They hold a type of court session every so often where they settle petty arguments and other small problems inside the prisons cafeteria. The three judges call themselves the brethren and all their decisions were final. Throughout the book they deal with all sorts of small arguments were they handle these situations and the book kind of sidetracks into these other small stories. Outside of the walls of the prison there is a weird presidential election were a smalltime politician is approached by a political party that tells him that they can guarantee him the presidency if he agrees to cooperate. The way that he proposes to do this is a type of scare tactic. He tells the politician to...

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