by Scott Turow
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Testimony 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As with every Turow book, I put aside sleep, chores and even meals, just to keep reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I eagerly awaited this book by Turow. It's a departure from presumed innocent but a welcome surprise. I'm not sure why certain reviewer found the writing flat but it isn't. I liked the locale as well and its a nice change for once to bring on some serious issues about some forgotten people. The world is not a nice place anymore and sometimes books remind us of just that while taking us on the ride.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
That's the sign of a very good book when my husband talks about nothing else! I found it difficult to follow in the earlier chapters. He has repeatedly assured me that if I stick with it, I will enjoy it. Unfortunately it's not a PRESUMED INNOCENT. It opens our eyes to what lengths people will go to for power. Everyone will be able to relate to this if following the news about our administration
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story line was not extraordinary. There was a lot of repetition on the main plot. I felt the author was forcing the story to get to 350 pages. But there were riveting occasions.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great read
Anonymous 8 months ago
Hard to stay with this latest "intrigue" from Scott Turow. Seems more about a social sexual liaison than an actual Testimony. Or maybe that was the intent. Not one of my fav's from Scott Turow.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Another well written story by Turrow. Interesting turn of events, colorful characters, and, thankfully, little legal jargon.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent story on important subjects.
KrisMiller More than 1 year ago
International court and a mass genocide set the stage for this tense legal thriller. 400 Roma refugees disappear in the area of Barupra, Bosnia that was under US control in 2004. Now over a decade later a witness is stepping forward with claims of mass genocide. Ferko Ricnic -- the remaining sole survivor -- attests that masked soldiers gathered all of the gypsy residents into a cave before setting off an avalanche via grenade, burying the people alive. The International Criminal Court at the Hague, in charge of prosecuting mass atrocities, wants an American lawyer to prosecute in which Bill ten Boom seems the perfect fit. Early fifties, newly divorced and recently retired from his law career -- Boom sees this case as an opportunity of a lifetime. Boom's tasked with investigating Ferko's claims across different continents but the only thing certain is nothing is quite as it seems. Following the real life case of 400 missing Roma, Turow has expertly researched those events to bring forth this compelling legal drama. Amassed with multiple entertaining characters, beautifully descriptive locations, shocking deception and a surprise double twist, TESTIMONY will appeal to longtime Turow fans. ~ Kris Miller, certified TopShelf Reviewer. TopShelf Magazine does not offer 'paid review services’ and TopShelf Reviewers are not compensated for their reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very gripping!