Book Reviews of The Juror

The Juror
The Juror
Author: George Dawes Green
ISBN-13: 9780446602693
ISBN-10: 0446602698
Publication Date: 11/1/1995
Pages: 464
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 40 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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2 cassettes approximately 3 hours

"a heart-pounding, blood-chilling,...tour de force."--Scott Turow
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non stop thrills!
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Annie Laird is Juror 224. A good citizen who has been summoned to what looks like a routine tour of civic duty. But the trial she is called to serve on is a mob trial, whose outcome has been meticulously orchestrated by a man of insidious power and deadly precision. THE JUROR is a tour de force of crime and obsession, evil and innocence -- a story that taps into fears so primal they linger long after the last page has been read.

Lolita Davidovich is the voice of Annie and Oliver. Her innocent, soft voice does an excellent job against the mobster and gravelly voice of John Heard. There are 3 cds in this audiobook and at the end of each one, I was scrambling for the next one. The drama unfolds at alarming rate until before you know it, your at the end. Fabulous heart-pumping thriller!!
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I had watched the movie and loved it so decided to read the book. The book was excellent and held my interest in spite of the fact I knew what was going to happen. The ending was a little different than the movie but almost even more dramatic. I enjoyed this book from cover to cover. It will keep you turning the pages to see what is going to happen next. I recommend it for an easy but thrilling read.
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Once you pick it up....you can't put it down. Way better than the movie
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A harrowing account of a single mother trying to save her sons' life, while being stalked, seduced, and terrorised by a man of invisible power. A story of crime and obessio, evil and innocence, it will tapinto fears you didn't know you had, fears so primal they linger long after the last page has been turned.
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What a page turner. I could not put this book down!
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very good book
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"Internationally acclaimed best seller of a single mother who is fighting for her son's life as well as her own life, as she is stalked, seduced and terrorized by a man of invisible power, deadly precision and calculated intelligence, known to some as The Teacher. A sotry of crime and bosession, evil and innocence, it will tap into fears you didnt know you had."
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Good read!!!
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From the back....There is no defense. George Dawes Green"s internationally acclaimed best seller is an exquisitely harrowing account of a single mother fighting for her sons life and her own, as she is stalked, seduced, and terrorized by a man of invisible power, deadly precision, and calculated intelligence, known to some as The Teacher. A story of crime and obsession, evil and innocence, it will tap into your fears you didn't know you had, fears so primal they linger long after the last page has been turned........
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George Dawes Green's internationally acclaimed besteller is and exquisitely harrowing accound of a single mother fighting for her son's life and her own, as she is stalked, seduced, and terrorized by a man of invisible power, deadly precision, and calculated intelligence, known to some as The Teacher. A story of crime and obsession, eveil and innocence, it will tap into fears you didn't know you had, fears so primal they linger long after the last page has been turned.
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A thriller in every sense of the word! The twists and turns were completely unpredictable, and I literally could not put it down! I tried to go to sleep with about 60 pages left and could not stop my mind from dwelling on it until I put the light back on and finished it. If it were a movie (which I think it may actually be) I would have been on the edge of my seat.
A great read.
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Terrifying depiction of a juror who is threatened with mayhem and death if she doesn't sway other jurors to vote 'not guilty'. Readers will never want to serve on a jury again!
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Very well written. Exciting and suspenseful.
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You are a juror on a murder trial. They tell you your child will be safe. Your career will flourish. Your friends will remain alive..... All you have to say is two words, "NOT GUILTY". A must read.....
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Annie Laird is Juror 224. The trial she is called to serve on is no ordinary trial. It is a mob trial, whose outcome has been meticulously orchestrated by a man of insidious power and deadly precision. He is know to some as the Teacher, and he's set his sights on Annie Laird.

Pulled in the most chilling depths of the criminal underworld, Annie will be seduced by double-edged promises, stalked by the specter of terror, then, finally, driven to a shocking decision by the most basic motivation a woman can know.
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Annie Laird is Juror 224. A sculptor with a career going nowhere. A single mother struggling to raise a son. A good citizen who has been summoned to what looks like a routine tour of civic duty. But the trial she is called to serve on is no ordinary trial. It is a mob trial, whose outcome has been meticulously orchestrated by a man of insidious power and deadly precision. He is known to some as the Teacher, and he's set his sights on Annie Laird.

"You are a juror on a murder trial. They tell you your child will be safe. Your career will flourish. Your friends will remain alive... All you have to say is two words: not guilty."
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