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onto the front page of every newspaper. C: Third, the mafia finds out Mark really was with Jerome when he commited suicide, and that Jerome did, in fact tell Mark the secret behind the mafia, making Mark a target throughout the book. D: Mark does not tell the truth to the F.B.I., which makes them very upset, so Mark gets a lawyer to back him up all the way, and uncover the truth, before it is too late. E: Mark and Reggie look for the dead body theirselves, while being chased by the mafia. The book really could not have ended any other way. Mark had to leave to go into the witness protection program, to escape the violence from the mafia. It was the only way he would be protected. The only other way was if the mafia did get a hold of Mark, and killed him and than hunted his family

down and murdered them too, but in some way the police and Reggie would have figured it out and incriminated them in some way. New Orleans is where the story takes place. You can tell this because they talk about the heat, all of the crowds, the drunks, and they have accents, and talk different. Sights: people, blood, guns, hospitals, media. Sounds: gunshots, shouting, foul language, fighting. Smells: blood, death, air, sweat, fear, ciggarette smoke. Tastes: blood, dirt, hospital food, fear. Textures: the ground, bedsheets, steel of weapons. John Grisham, a.k.a. Master of Suspense, has done it once more! The Client is a powerful novel, a story based upon a boy who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. The story takes place in New Orleans, present time, where the Mafia is a

big thing in New Orleans. Mark Sway and his little brother Ricky are in the woods smoking a ciggarette, when all of a sudden Mark s life completely changes. John Grisham takes us into Marks traumatic experiences and helps us understand his position and reasoning for things. As far as weak points go, I could not find a disappointing moment in the book at all, it grips ahold of you and will not let go, until you feel the fear inside of you bubble, and the hot breath of the mafia on your neck. After writing so many books you d figure Mr. Grisham would be out of ideas, but The Client is another best seller. With its edge of the seat story plot, gripping effects, attention grabbing scenes, there is no way you can just stop turning the page! s! The characters in this story have such

extreme detail, that you feel as if you have known these people all of your life, and the way Grisham writes his books, makes you feel as if you are right inside the plot itself! I give both thumbs up too John Grisham for doing it once again! 31c