I enjoyed this book. There are several reviews complaining that it is too short, not enough detail, too easily wrapped up. Sometimes I want to read a book that is not 400 pages, that still gives you plenty to consider while reading and after you are finished; and is written in eloquent prose. This book fit the bill quite nicely.
3.5 stars I've read all of Turow's books and for me this was the weakest--almost like he was saying goodbye. I did enjoy it and loved having some of his old characters show up. It was an interesting premise. An appellate court has to decide if a decision on an old case should be affirmed or if the statute of limitations had run out. The decision making was fascinating. Anyone who has read and enjoyed Turow's books in the past should enjoy this one.