The Rooster Bar by John Grisham

The Rooster Bar

By John Grisham

  • Release Date: 2017-10-24
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
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#1 New York Times bestselling author John Grisham’s newest legal thriller takes you inside a law firm that’s on shaky ground.

Mark, Todd, and Zola came to law school to change the world, to make it a better place. But now, as third-year students, these close friends realize they have been duped. They all borrowed heavily to attend a third-tier, for-profit law school so mediocre that its graduates rarely pass the bar exam, let alone get good jobs. And when they learn that their school is one of a chain owned by a shady New York hedge-fund operator who also happens to own a bank specializing in student loans, the three know they have been caught up in The Great Law School Scam.
     But maybe there's a way out. Maybe there’s a way to escape their crushing debt, expose the bank and the scam, and make a few bucks in the process. But to do so, they would first have to quit school. And leaving law school a few short months before graduation would be completely crazy, right?  Well, yes and no . . .
     Pull up a stool, grab a cold one, and get ready to spend some time at The Rooster Bar.


  • The Rooster Bar Excursion

    By Rtpahl
    A fun, entertaining book. I didn’t want to put it down. Should be a great movie!
  • Very depressing

    By Buster6000
    I will say the classic line, “I never write reviews but had to this time.” I read books to try to escape from real life. Oh ... ok ... I don’t mind a bit of truth/education in fiction books, but not to the level this book went. Suicide, horrible corruption, lack of morals ... the list goes on for this book. Again if you want to be TOTALLY depressed, read this book. Sorry John, I have always liked your books and have read MANY of yours but I put this one down half way through. I didn’t see any reason to finish it.
  • Rooster Bar

    By Was A J. Grisham Fan
    This book was far toooooo intense to qualify as “enjoyable reading”. Toooo many scenes, too many characters and too much ado for me to say I enjoyed it. John Grisham has written much more enjoyable material in the past. These “cookie cutter” books aren’t as enjoyable to as his much earlier writings.
  • Awesome book

    By smwalters
    Very interesting storyline and characters.
  • Disappointing

    By SF gal
    This latest John Grisham is very disappointing. Not at all suspenseful. Feels amateurish, almost like someone else wrote it and Grisham slapped his name on it. That is probably not the case but if this what Grisham’s writing has evolved into he better put down his pen. Ugh.
  • A great read book that fills you with much emotions

    By Bbcutup
    I loved reading this book but often times hated banks and banker and loan sharks. The painted scenes would well done and kept me reading. Thank you mr Grisham
  • The Rooster Bar

    By SPBerko
    As usual, with Grisham’s books, it’s a good read about a very interesting side of the “For Profit” Law schools.
  • Disappointing

    By nikka23
    After being excited about jumping into a book that hits home for so many students I feel as if the writer got lazy with the end! It was building up wonderfully!! And when I looked down and saw I only had six pages left I knew the book would either set stage for a second book or wrap up quickly....and it just fell off...... awful
  • The rooster bar

    By Mmmooommmmmmyyy
    Simple - even by John Grisham standards. Not a compelling Grisham book.
  • A very good and entertaining read.

    By Paul Kyle
    A Rooster Bar is a very good and entertaining read. I enjoyed all of the characters especially the three main ones, Mark, Todd and Zola. As they say a lot of truth in fiction and excellent relevance to todays issues: Student Debt, Value of an education, Immigration, corruption and such. It is great reinforcement to the idea that once you start lying you can never stop.