Rudy Baylor is a newly qualified lawyer: he has one case, and one case alone, to save himself from his mounting debts. His case is against a giant ...Show synopsisRudy Baylor is a newly qualified lawyer: he has one case, and one case alone, to save himself from his mounting debts. His case is against a giant insurance company which could have saved a young man's life, but instead refused to pay the claim until it was too late. The settlement could be worth millions of dollars, but there is one problem: Rudy has never argued a case in court before, and he's up against the most expensive lawyers that money can buy.Hide synopsis
Description:New. Different cover, 1996 reprint, Ships First Class, not media...New. Different cover, 1996 reprint, Ships First Class, not media, smooth spine, tight pages, 9/14. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 608 p. Audience: Young adult.
John Grisham grabs and holds your attention in unfolding moral bankruptcy. At times THE RAINMAKER is quite humorous and at other times sad to know the things families were going through dealing with a health insurance company.
John Grisham is my favorite author. I have all his books and am looking forward to his next publication.
Rudy Baylor is about to graduate from law school, and will soon take the bar examination. He has put himself through law school by bartending at a local pub for college students. He has a job waiting for him when he graduates, and he can'r wait to get into the real world and start making some money. He is so far in debt he will probably have to file bankrupcy. As part of a class he is taking, he visits a retirement type home with his class, and views several legal problems brought to him by elderly people. One woman wants a new will drawn up, and another wants an insurance company sued for not paying for her sons needed bone marrow transplant. Rudy leaves the meeting, and finds out the company he is going to go to work for has been bought out, and his position has been eliminated. Things get only worse before they get better. The thing I like about Grisham's writing is not only his story line, but he makes every character so real. This book also gives you a new insite to the life of an attorney.
Rudy is much more likable in the book. This is and interesting courtroom drama due to the fact all sort of trouble ends up right in poor Rudy's face. Parts of the narritive are slow and his romance with the abused girl is cliche, but the story itself is solid.
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