Book Reviews of Act of God

Act of God
Act of God
Author: Susan R. Sloan
ISBN-13: 9780446524513
ISBN-10: 0446524514
Publication Date: 4/10/2002
Pages: 544
Rating:
  • Currently 2.5/5 Stars.
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2.5 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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This book had me hurrying back to it each nite. I get only a certain time to read each day and this one was worth reading. I was sorry it ended.
Could there be a sequel I don't know about?

Great book.
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This book is wonderful. It had me hooked right from the beginning and kept me guessing all the way to the last sentence. Well worth reading.
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Another Sloan book with quite a twist at the end!
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a great courtroom thriller that will have you turning page after page till the very end!
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exciting well written courtroom thriller
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A landmark Seattle clinic is bombed, a naval officer is arrested, and attorney Dana McAuliffe is charged with defending him. Great characterization and lots of twists in plot.
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very good book, couldn't put it down had to hurry and get to the end
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Great read! This is only my second Susan R. Sloan book, but I really like her writing. Very, very surprise endings!
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I know this was a 'legal' thriller? thriller? not in my book it isn't, it is a long drawn out 500+ pages of boredom, I made it to page 200 and by that time I was just tired of tiring to keep reading, the story is so slow and unfolds so slow and I get tired of courtroom 'scenes', the personal side of the story about the lawyer didn't keep my interest enough to know what her 'secret' was and I didn't care---I gave up