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The book was entertaining as well as informative. It is a quick easy read. I read this as an audiobook downloaded from Audible. The book is eleven hours and fifty minutes.
Michael Beck does a good job narrating the book. He is an actor and audiobook narrator. Nov 28, Natalie M rated it liked it. Plot - yes there is a need to set the scene but this one just chugs along at the pace of the judicial system.
There are no surprises either in plot or revelations about the system. There is no big twist or complex legal wra 2. There is no big twist or complex legal wrangling.
The characters are interesting but largely as one would expect for the scenarios that play out. Overall, not a classic Grisham read.
Cullen Post is a lawyer and a preacher, or rather he used to be a preacher but these days his efforts are fully focussed on trying to get innocent people out of prison.
I Cullen Post is a lawyer and a preacher, or rather he used to be a preacher but these days his efforts are fully focussed on trying to get innocent people out of prison.
I guess I always knew how things were going to turn out but it was still a lot of fun getting there. In a footnote, the author explains that the the character of Post is based on a real life preacher come lawyer and that the case that is given most space here has its genesis in an actual case, as yet unresolved.
That certainly provided a sobering moment. The Guardians is the latest legal thriller by John Grisham focusing on wrongful convictions and the attempts to overturn them.
However, as Grisham points out, this book is based on the work of Centurion Ministries founded in by James McCloskey when he was a divinity student.
This is the fictional account of Cullen Post, a lawyer and Episcopal minister, working for Guardian Ministries headquartered in Savannah, Georgia.
This foundation is made up of four people, all dedicated to the work of The Guardians is the latest legal thriller by John Grisham focusing on wrongful convictions and the attempts to overturn them.
This foundation is made up of four people, all dedicated to the work of trying to free the innocent. The plot of The Guardians centers on prisoner Quincy Miller wrongfully convicted of the brutal killing of a lawyer in the rural area of Seabrook in north Florida twenty-two years ago.
There are a lot of twists and turns as they work to exonerate Miller. This was a good book in that it shines light on our justice system.
It should also be pointed out that John Grisham is on the Board of Directors of the Innocence Project; its focus to exonerate and free unjustly convicted people on the basis of DNA evidence.
This is a cause obviously very important to Grisham. For those who don't, it is a daily struggle to maintain some level of sanity.
For those who suddenly learn that there is proof of their innocence yet remain locked up, the situation is literally maddening. View all 6 comments.
Nov 28, Kathryn in FL rated it really liked it Shelves: , african-american , american-dream-unravels , drama , best-seller , fiction , appealmen , controversial.
Civilized people demand retribution, particularly when a crime is heinous. What if an innocent is paying the cost of another's penalty? What about when the guilty remains free?
Seldom do we hear about those who are incarcerated erroneously. Media coverage of the outrageous fills a need for excitement in our otherwise boring and or monotonous lives.
We rejoice with enthusiasm when a evil person is justly punished for a murder or financial scheme defrauding others. Yet, we rarely even give thought Civilized people demand retribution, particularly when a crime is heinous.
Yet, we rarely even give thought to those who are doing "hard time" for a crime that they never committed. Our society doesn't discuss the concept of walking in someone else's moccasins anymore.
It is increasingly rare for others to rally for another, particularly if they are a stranger, when they suffer tragedy. Of course, we will send money or food to those surviving horrible earthquakes, hurricanes or flooding but to actually get out of our comfort zone and put forth physical effort it is not on our agenda.
I commend John Grisham for tackling this question. His story is detailed and based on some actual accounts.
Told from the perspective of co-founder of a non-profit organization, who is both an attorney, also a minister, advocating for those wrongfully convicted of serious crime, this story examines two men in just such circumstances.
We see the process that is entailed both through an appeals process and in revisiting the evidence used to convict the injured inmate.
These details while simplified to allow the story to flow without all the detailed processes involved are illuminating to the reader of just how much work is involved to free even those, who were obviously targeted or faultily prosecuted.
A key component involved in appeals process means that attorney's must provide new evidence that was not available or presented during the trial convicting the innocent victim.
This may seem like a modest challenge but when the case is cold and key person's are no longer available be it that they are dead or have a reason not to want to become the focus of the public attention a second time, or perhaps the error will jeopardize their career , there can be many barriers to justice.
Add to this, the fact that sometimes there is an unknown agenda that motivated law enforcement, judges, prosecuting attorneys to focus on the innocent individual as opposed to prosecuting the guilty party and there is often a dangerous element to revisiting a case.
As I read this book, I wavered in my appreciation. As some reviewers have pointed out this book is an issues book, but isn't that true of much fiction?
There is nothing wrong in that in my opinion. Yes, the book "tells" a bit more than "shows us", which made it a bit dry. However, I think the author was trying to remain true to reality and educate us about how the system really works, though interesting, not exactly "thriller" material.
Grisham balances this as much as possible with an intriguing back story to one of the two crimes, which unfolds in this 18 mo. I suspect there was extensive editing as this book was very readable.
Anyone else trying to accomplishing this would have fallen flat on their face, the result to bland to tolerate by most! I have long been a fan of Centurion Ministries, which has been improving the lives of many since it's inception in In their own words, "Centurion is the first organization in the world to investigate cases of unjust convictions.
To date, Centurion has freed 61 innocent men and women throughout the US and Canada. Centurion undertakes the most difficult cases which often lack a DNA aspect and thus require thorough field investigations.
Centurion's investigators travel to the crime scene, locate witnesses, convince reluctant witnesses to come forward, search court records, and interview everyone who previously testified.
Centurion often discovers evidence that was intentionally hidden from the defense, learns that witnesses were coerced or manipulated, and unearths forensic evidence that was not previously discovered.
Centurion receives over requests a year and works on cases at any given time. They are parents, siblings, children and spouses to many other persons.
Many lives are impacted in judgments against those wrongfully accused. I say this as a person, who is doesn't have a problem with Capital Punishment, when the person is a serial killer Ted Bundy as one example.
I do have a problem, when there is some question to the conviction. With that in mind, I have been a supporter of Centurion Ministries for more than 15 years.
More ridiculous is the "Prison" Industry that runs prisons for profit. While many are outraged with the cost and they should be!
Meanwhile, children in America go hungry and elderly make so little on their pensions if theirs hasn't gone bankrupt yet and social security that many only get one meal a day.
Frankly, I am okay with those who don't want to read this story because it is "to real to life". This just reinforces my personal views of the American Justice System, which in a word is appalling.
I think the more appropriate term is the Victim Injustice System This book has enough fiction to make it interesting and a compelling story for many.
Nov 26, Kristy rated it really liked it Shelves: crime , fiction , suspense , from-the-library , doubleday , thriller , pbs-wishlist , a-real-book-wow , read-in Cullen Post works for Guardian Ministries, traveling the country fighting wrongful convictions.
Guardian takes on clients forgotten by the system. Post, a lawyer and Episcopal minister, finds himself drawn to their latest client, Quincy Miller, who is serving life in prison.
Quincy supposedly killed Keith Russo, a lawyer in Seabrook, Florida. There are lots of twists and turns and surprises as Post works to free Quincy.
I love the details Grisham throws in, plus the peeks into the courtroom, tidbits about examining evidence, and more. Definitely worth a read!
View all 14 comments. Nov 16, Gary rated it really liked it. I have read most of John Grisham's novels so was really looking forward to this one.
The more I read the more I enjoyed it and I was aware that my initial rating was changing. The book features Cullen Post a former priest who now works for an organisation called Guardian Ministries that tries to free people they believe to be wrongfully convicted by getting a retrial.
For the last 22 years Quincy Miller has been in prison and as always claimed his innocence. All the evidence surrounding the murde I have read most of John Grisham's novels so was really looking forward to this one.
All the evidence surrounding the murder of a lawyer appears to point at Quincy. Several witnesses give evidence against him that is damning, a fellow inmate said he confessed to him, his ex wife said he owned guns and another witness said they saw him fleeing the scene.
Quincy Miller swears he has never owned a gun and was no where near the incident. Post somehow believes in his innocence and takes the case on.
The plot is well grafted and there are some excellent characters that certainly grew on me. This is another hit for the author and well worth a read.
Quick notes. I LOVED, LOVED THE GUARDIANS! I am an avid John Grisham fan and this is the author at his FINEST! This is one for the home library. Top Books of !
If I could give it 10 stars I would. I love books surrounding this topic. The people who work with little pay to help save the innocent from the needle.
Justice for crimes they did not c Quick notes. Justice for crimes they did not commit. Those who are serving long sentences because of unqualified experts and their unfounded theories of guilt, as well as small-town police corruption, and witnesses who lie.
The clock is ticking. A man is charged with a crime he did not commit. Exonerating Quincy Miller is their goal. They must unravel the State's case.
Twenty-three years in prison. No one is working on solving the case. Finding the real killer is not a priority. It is not a cold case.
The State of Florida got a conviction. The truth is irrelevant. Post and The Guardians must help. They have a track record and many successes.
Frankie being one. Another black man serving fourteen years in Georgia for someone else's murder. Now a rich man.
Will a white Episcopal priest turned lawyer Post and his team, THE GUARDIANS, uncover the information they need before it is too late?
The author states inspiration came from two sources: one, a character, the other a plot. Based on a real story you can read about it at the end of the book.
You will be Googling the real Ministry and a way to help. PLEASE, Please, more Guardian Ministries From Savannah GA, Carolinas, Seabrook, FL, to the entire state of Florida.
What a dedicated and tireless team. Bring it on! I could see this as an ongoing series with different cases. I ADORED these characters!
Cullen Post was dynamite as well as Quincy, Frankie, Duke, Vicki, Mazy, and the others. This book checks all the boxes. If you loved John's earlier books you will devour this one.
I could not put this down. This is where the audiobook came in handy so I did not have to miss a beat. Let me say, I enjoyed this so much, I purchased the audiobook, e-book, and ordered the hardcover which is coming today!
I have been telling everyone about this book. The audiobook narrator was one of the BEST. A superb award-winning performance by Michael Beck.
On my Top audiobook for the year and top narrator. He was the perfect voice. I could listen to him day and night. Now that I have hopefully shared with you a bit of my enthusiasm for THE GUARDIANS, move this one to the top of your list.
Buy this book! A novel that will remain with you and its characters. You will laugh and you will cry. Well done Mr. Fingers crossed for more Guardians.
I think this may be his BEST book yet and one of my very favorites. You were meant to write this book. I need to gather my thoughts and will circle back this week for a more formal and complete review.
I cannot wait to hear everyone's thoughts! View all 3 comments. Jan 09, Tim rated it liked it. The beginning of this is a tough read because the words, "innocent until proven guilty," amounts to a catch phrase.
This is especially true for people of color in the United States who are convicted in disproportionate numbers. After wrongful convictions, The Guardians emerge to get a few innocent victims out of prison.
View 2 comments. Nov 08, Lisa rated it it was amazing Shelves: audible , 5-star-reviews , A deftly written and thought-provoking book that will stick with you long after the last page is turned.
SUMMARY Quincy Miller has spent the past twenty-two years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
He had no lawyer and no advocate until he wrote a letter to Guardian Ministries, a small innocence group based in Savannah, Georgia which handles only a few wrongful conviction cases at a time.
Cullen Post, one of the founders of Guardian Ministries is a lawyer, and minister who travels the South A deftly written and thought-provoking book that will stick with you long after the last page is turned.
Quincy had been accused of murdering a young lawyer named Keith Russo. Russo was shot at his desk, while working late one night.
The killer left no clues and no witnesses behind. Powerful people murdered Russo and they will do whatever it takes to keep Quincy from getting exonerated.
I loved this book and could not stop myself from inhaling the pages. He deftly captures the mood, the sense of urgency and the injustice of the wrongly convicted.
You will feel the angst and the helplessness of both Quincy and Cullen. One of my favorite and funniest part of the book is when Cullen and Frankie, another Guardian Ministries employee, who had previously been exonerated, had quite an adventure in a haunted house.
THE GUARDIANS really makes you stop and think of the many men and women who have been wrongly convicted and are still serving time for crimes they did not commit.
How many cases would and could be easily overturned by the DNA technology available today. Who will take up their cause? Who will fight for them as hard as Cullen fought for Quincy.
This is the kind of thought-provoking book that will stick with you long after the last page is turned. THE GUARDIANS is John Grisham 40th novel, and there is no doubt that the man can write a good story.
His inspiration for this book came from two sources. I listened to this compelling book on Audible and immensely enjoyed the narration of the story by Michael Beck.
Publisher Doubleday Published October 15, Narrated Michael Beck Review www. Feb 09, Jim rated it liked it Shelves: books-read , mystery-suspense-thriller.
The protagonist in this legal offering from John Grisham is Cullen Post. A lawyer turned minister turned lawyer. Post, as he prefers to be called, started out his legal career as a public defender.
He had a breakdown when he was assigned to defend someone charged with a horrific crime. There really was no question of innocence in this case.
Post had a breakdown, his career in the public defender office ended as did his marriage. When he recovered he entered the seminary and became an Episcopal m The protagonist in this legal offering from John Grisham is Cullen Post.
When he recovered he entered the seminary and became an Episcopal minister. Later he joined a non-profit group, Guardian Ministries, whose mission is to defend men and women who have wrongly been convicted.
Guardian only handles a few cases at a time and Post is the primary investigator. Twenty-two years ago in the small town of Seabrook, Florida a lawyer named Keith Russo was shot to death in his office late at night.
There were no witnesses but the police were quick to arrest Quincy Miller, a young black man who was a former client of Russo. For twenty-two years he has languished in prison with no lawyer and no advocate on the outside.
Then he wrote a letter to Guardian Ministries. Post is a tireless advocate for the wrongly convicted. He barely scrapes by.
Living on fast food or eating in diners, staying in cheap motels, driving throughout the southeast United States Florida, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina in his old SUV.
His joy is when the conviction of an innocent person is overturned and he or she is set free. With Quincy though he may be getting more than he is used to.
Keith Russo's real killer is still out there and it appears to involve powerful and ruthless people. People who do not want to see the Keith Russo case reopened.
Cullen Post is a very likable character, as are several of the other characters in the story. There are some though that I found to be stereotypes.
Corrupt sheriffs, prosecutors, and judges in deep south. This aside though this was an enjoyable story about the men and women who dedicate themselves to trying to help those who have been wrongly convicted and have nowhere to turn.
It made me stop and think. Sep 26, Cherie rated it it was ok. Grisham slightly offended me early on by saying most jurors in Birmingham, AL struggled to read.
Grisham is, I guess, just using the stigma that is already there for AL. I chose to overlook this minor offense and continue reading.
It is the storytelling method though that I can't overlook. He doesn't tell the story in a straight line, it is meandering, backwards and then sideways.
Meandering tales are always a struggle for me, and makes the story needlessly longer and drawn out. View all 5 comments.
Mar 28, Leslie Ray rated it it was amazing. This is a legal thriller that I could not put down and typical of some of the previous John Grisham novels that he is known for.
The main character is a former trial lawyer, who enters the seminary, and specializes in exonerating the wrongfully convicted, especially death row inmates.
This story centers around someone in a backwoods Florida town wrongfully convicted for a death of a successful lawyer.
There are a lot of things brought to light, such as "snitches" bribed into testifying for prose This is a legal thriller that I could not put down and typical of some of the previous John Grisham novels that he is known for.
There are a lot of things brought to light, such as "snitches" bribed into testifying for prosecutors, harassment of expert witnesses and the questionable analysis of blood stains by so-called experts with no real forensic background.
If you love the early legal thrillers that John Grisham is known for, this is a book you will enjoy. Jan 02, Sandy rated it really liked it Shelves: crime , legal-thriller , conspiracies.
Oct 15, Lori rated it liked it Shelves: I will give him one more chance. His last few have been terrible, so much so that I haven't read anything since Gray Mountain I'd give that zero stars if I could.
Fingers crossed! Update: well, it was better than Gray Mountain. It was entertaining and I read it in less than a day, so 3 stars for me.
Also, I recently re-read The Partner one of his better ones and this one felt to be in the same caliber. This was definitely not Gray Mountain or one of his "phoning it in" novels.
Sep 13, Mads Bruynesteyn rated it it was amazing. What a great story. Sure that this novel has to be placed on the same level as A Time To Kill, The Pelican Brief etc.
One of his best!! Oct 28, Tooter rated it really liked it. Nov 20, Denise rated it liked it. I must preface my review by saying that I have read every John Grisham book going back to A Time to Kill in , and looking back, his books definitely played a part in my choosing a career in the legal field, so I adore John Grisham in an almost crazed fan-girl way lol That being said, though, The Guardians just didn't grab me in the same way the majority of Grisham's other books have done.
It feels almost treasonous for me to say, but I was somewhat bored throughout much of it. The premise is I must preface my review by saying that I have read every John Grisham book going back to A Time to Kill in , and looking back, his books definitely played a part in my choosing a career in the legal field, so I adore John Grisham in an almost crazed fan-girl way lol That being said, though, The Guardians just didn't grab me in the same way the majority of Grisham's other books have done.
The premise is great - it is a fact that there are an overwhelming number of people in prison who are innocent of the crimes of which they were convicted, and there are organizations and attorneys out there who work tirelessly for justice and who receive little in the way of financial compensation for their work.
I love the way Grisham educates and lays the foundation of the work and the expense that goes into freeing the innocent, and I enjoyed those parts of the book.
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