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  • September 21, 2007 at 12:36 PM C.E. Nelson

    Sad to hear John is putting his efforts into helping elect another Clinton to office. I pray she does not make it to the Oval Office..these two people have defiled the White House once and his home state as well too many times. John is an excellent fiction writer..I pray he gets back to that and keeps his personal opinions on politics to himself. Hillary is no one to admire much less her husband….from one Arkansan to another…shame on you.

  • September 21, 2007 at 10:46 PM Donna J. Sharp

    Thank you this informative will organized site. Big Grisham fan.

  • September 28, 2007 at 9:39 AM Hugh Jazz

    John’s the man!!! I love his books and I am thrilled that he is using his celebrity to make this world a better place. Most Republicans are petty, ignorant, and brain-dead. Our country desparetley needs a moderate democrat in the White House…Go John!! Bill Clinton lied about sex…that is Mrs. Clinton’s business and noone elses (again, Republicans are petty, ignorant, and brain dead). The Hillary will help heal our nation and restore our reputation around the world. By the way, all John’s books have been great, but I think “The Testament” was his best work.

  • October 1, 2007 at 2:28 PM Douglas Graham

    Please write a book about this person that was murdered by the justice system.

  • November 10, 2007 at 7:10 AM Tom McClellan

    I think “The Innocent Man” was a noble endeavor.

  • December 5, 2007 at 9:22 PM Gay Lao

    i really like your novel.. A painted house

  • December 25, 2007 at 11:51 AM Brian Utter

    When will they make The Testament into a movie. Come on Hollywood!

  • December 27, 2007 at 9:50 PM Nadia Gani

    I really love to read John’s books. I’m 19 years old right now, and I’ve known him and his books just about these 2-3 years. I love his books like crazy. My most favourite book till today is The Rainmaker… He’s my best author so far!!

  • January 18, 2008 at 12:22 PM Debi

    I agree with C.E. Nelson completely. It is a shame of Grisham’s total support of Hillary. The Clinton’s are a disgrace to America. I am disappointed because I thoroughly enjoyed Grisham’s books and would buy ten of each book for various organizations. Now I will not buy another JOHN GRISHAM BOOK. GOD BLESS AMERICA AND OUR TROOPS. (FYI – Hillary does not support our troops.) Do you Grisham?

  • February 8, 2008 at 2:54 PM Benny

    Happy Birthday John! Just found out that you and I share the same birthday. Hope you have a great year!

  • February 14, 2008 at 1:25 PM becky

    Happiest Birthday, I thank you for the great books your have written for us. I am disabled and dont go out as much as I used to before. So I read more than I did in the past. I cant hardly put them down. Also the fun of re-reading them. I buy mine from the Zooba book club since I am on fixed income. not complaing just greatful!!! I am a spiritualy happy person.God gave you this talent and I am happy to see that you honor Him. Thank you

  • February 23, 2008 at 5:25 AM Alice M. Williams

    Have loved all your books except for “Playing for Pizza”.I wondered where my good author had gone.
    All of your books are so exceptional so hope to see many more. I was just disappointed with this one. Still feel you are a such an exceptional author.

  • August 22, 2008 at 9:25 AM kasree olyviah

    …visiting this site was the best that i did today…i love john’s books to the bone.

  • September 8, 2008 at 8:34 AM Hugh Jazz

    Hey John, You the man!!! I am a proud dad, baseball coach, hockey coach, and a psychologist. I love your books and I can’t wait until The Associate come out. By the way, I enjoyed the movie Mickey and I am really hoping my son makes 9 year old all stars next year. We actually won the city championship for in the 7,8, and 9 year old division last season. He is a very good pitcher, yet his batting is average to high average. I have been coaching my son’s baseball teams since he was 5 years old in tee-ball. It has been a wonderful ride and I don’t want it to end. Your movie Mickey really connected with me. The best scene was the draft scene. As a coach I have attended numerous drafts and your depiction was humorous and right-on-the-money. Keep the pen flowing. You ought to do a book signing in New England. You have lots of fans up here.
    All the best, Hugh

  • September 8, 2008 at 4:40 PM Kate

    I held my breath and didn’t sleep til I finished The Partner. Amazing read and I think the best of all..

  • September 10, 2008 at 5:45 PM Vicki

    Hi John – Love your books. I have an idea for a book that sounds to me like something you would write – based on the Casey Anthony missing toddler case now going on in FL.

  • September 15, 2008 at 2:51 AM SURY

    I would like to authentically if VULTURE HAVE TEETH.This has connection with something John Grisham wrote in a novel. Can you kindly confirm please? Incidentally I read his “Broker” and liked it immensely

  • September 18, 2008 at 10:34 AM Mike

    Very happy to see they dismissed your libel suit in regards to The Innocent Man. Very good book. Thanks for all the great reading over the years.

  • September 19, 2008 at 1:39 AM yula

    john- my friend your books are the greatest. I seriously enjoy every one i read. I,m hoping I will be the one selected to get one of the autographed books you give out. I am disappointed with all this trash talk on your website, you are to professional for this kind of talk, please have your associates check into this. Only appropriate material should be allowed for your fans to view..The other ignorant e-mailers should be ashamed to write such nastiness on a positive site.

  • September 28, 2008 at 4:39 PM juniejoy

    I read all your books and they were great, but the last one i read was the first one you wrote i believe, Why did you use the N word SO many times, it turned me completely off and i am white. I will give all your books away.

  • October 21, 2008 at 2:18 PM Linda Costa

    John I am a sixty year old grandmother of five still working in the Banking Business. I never had time to read and always consider it work. Now I am driving 2 1/2 hours a day to and from work and discovered books on tapes. Your stories have changed my life and made me realize what I having missing all these years. I am also a Christian and you are such a witness for Christ in your writings. Thank you for giving to us your God given talent you are a blessing. Linda

  • October 22, 2008 at 5:39 AM Lisa Marie

    All are sensational reads, my favorite being Street Lawyer.

    And to those commenting on the political aspect… Why cast such a fuss on the Clintons? Clinton had the unemployment rate the lowest that it had been in 30 years did he not? So he was a cheating whore. So what? Half of American men are and almot all politicians are. You can’t expect perfection from anyone in the oval office or even close to it. Not with our society as it is today. But judge him for his true political accomplishments. Take a second to compare him and Bush. Either one. The father or the imbecile son. Is Clinton’s affair worse than the country’s demise under the government of Bush?

    Hmh. Interesting how people judge.

    And political affiliation aside, Grisham is an excellent writer. Even if he were primarily Republican I would still be an avid reader. To be completely honest, I was unaware of his support of the Clintons and of Obama until I happened upon this site.

    I knew Grisham was an intelligent man but I wasn’t aware that it carried over to politics as well.

  • October 25, 2008 at 2:11 PM Nichole

    I just finished reading “The Testament” and never felt this sad about a book ending. I love this story and experienced so many emotions while reading it. This book witnessed to me personally and I was so pleased with the way it all ended. Couldn’t ask for anything better than that. Thanks, Mr Grisham!

  • December 1, 2008 at 8:52 PM rudylen anino

    though i haven’t read all the works of john grisham, i can presume that all of his books are great. why? i just have read “The Street Lawyer”, but the story is so amazing! the story is simple yet very real! i also love the characters in the story. everything is actually good! two thumbs up for john grisham!..

  • December 6, 2008 at 8:27 AM Leahnora Chauvin

    I just wanted to say I enjoy reading John’s books (No matter what the format it’s in ) especially the legal stories

  • December 22, 2008 at 6:47 PM amanda murray

    john grisham is the best author. i love his books and movies

  • January 6, 2009 at 1:16 PM Lon Peterson

    Is there anyway I can get ahold of John Grisham? I would love to communicate with him about events that are currently unfolding and may be of great interest to him and future projects. Thank you

  • January 15, 2009 at 11:59 AM Betty

    I quit reading King after Pet Cemetary. I probably will quit reading Grisham after The Appeal’. Although I realize the reality of the story, enough misery in the world without one of my favorite authors adding tons. Your people are my friends and neighbors, just for once we need a win. We had similar problems here with toxics by the army and companies. I needed to get my faith back in huanity. The Appeal killed it.
    How about a sequel Sometimes the good guys do really win.

    But seeing you supported Hillary, I might forgive

  • January 30, 2009 at 1:22 AM Srikanth

    Hello John:

    I am a recent fan of your writing. Even today, I relish your book ‘The Testament’ and I enjoyed the complete Journey from Brazil through Amazon. I felt like a live experience during that journey.

    But Iam bit disappointed with your ‘The Appeal’. It was fantastic till the last chapter. I thought Mr. Fisk, after experiencing his own pain will vote for Bakers’ but unfortunately it was against them. It was a very wrong verdict from a person who has been too good and straight from the beginning.

    You may be correct in projecting day-to-day affairs and I also understand your pleading for a change in the society. But you missed to make an impression in the mind of readers like me.

    The movies and novels are beyond our actual doings but all belongs to imaginary world and we live with that satisfaction that whatever we couldn’t do in real life, we are able to see in the screen or read in a book.

    Wising you all the very best in your endeavours. May God bless you!


  • February 8, 2009 at 2:40 PM Clara King

    I have probably read all of your books. I have never been disappointed until The Appeal. I know life is full of mess, but as the author, you had the pen. I don’t think I will risk reading any more books by you. I have never been MORE DISAPPOINTED than I was with the ending that book.

    C. King

  • February 13, 2009 at 1:47 AM shula

    just finished the book “last juror” though its one your “old” novel.i cried when Ms. Callie died.The book is my moms. she’s a fan of yours and had collected many novels by you.I would like to read “the testament”. i remember her telling me bout it when i was still studying.im becoming a fan of yours.

    continue making great novel.God bless

  • February 14, 2009 at 3:40 PM ambona

    hi john

    I love your works , and i hope that I can read them all even if there is some books I can’t find in my country , but I can wait for them to be published in my country , wile you try to give us another masterpiece like all your works .
    now I’m going to read “the street lawyer” which i read 30 page from it and it looks so interesting , so before i finish my comment I want to say:” Happy Valentine Day” even if it was a little late 🙂 .

  • February 20, 2009 at 10:01 PM James Gillespie

    John Grisham’s books are a wonderful pastime if you have nothing to do for a day. I haven’t read all of his books YET, but it’s one enjoyable page at a time. Great books and great movies.

  • March 17, 2009 at 10:10 AM Moreene C Matthews

    I love your books especially Street Lawyer
    I always enquries when the next book will
    out i have read all the books that have written by my favorite author keep on writing your are an inspiration to me

  • March 26, 2009 at 7:59 AM klarisa

    I think, your post is very interesting, because I read more information, but your it’s great. Good and interesting information, with original comments.Thanks and success!

  • March 28, 2009 at 5:49 PM marvin &shirley schaffer

    Just finished The Associate-CD and Hardcover-Loved almost all your previous works.This was your WORST ever.An exceedingly dismal repeat of some of your previous books.Please put some more time and effort into your next.It shows.

  • April 9, 2009 at 8:38 PM Regina Royal

    For the most part I enjoy John Grisham’s books. But I was never so disappointed with how the The Appeal ended. I realize this does happen, but I so wanted justice to prevail and I certainly felt like it did not, at least not in this book. I will continue to read your books, but I have to put some space between this one and the next Grisham book I read.

  • April 17, 2009 at 12:53 PM Lynne Tripp

    I have read all of your books and always wait anxiously for the next one to appear on the stands. However, I was disappointed in the ending of The Appeal, even tho that’s what happens in the real world. Makes us all too aware of the corruption that exists in the world. Just now finished The Associate…I hated the ending, nothing resolved. Why were the FBI agents visiting John McAvoy? Bennie’s men? For what purpose? I hope there will be a sequel. My favorite of your books is the Runaway Jury,

    Keep up the good work.

  • April 28, 2009 at 2:58 AM Patricia Ritter

    My son is currently being accused and prosecuted in the same type of case written about in ‘The Innocent Man’. Governor Henry greatly failed the citizens of District 22 in Oklahoma when he appointed the 18 year clone of Bill Peterson, Chris Ross, to finish Peterson’s 3 years left on his term. When Peterson finally resigned he immediately sued for money the innocent man (the one still alive) that he had sent to prison for 12 years. Chris Ross ‘The Death Penalty DA’ is strongly continuing the injustice practiced in Distrist 22 in Oklahoma for the past 2 decades. Someone plese help.

  • May 2, 2009 at 6:39 AM ravinarayanan l

    i have read all your books and i have thoroughly enjoyed them..especially the Firm, the Testament, the Appeal, the Partner..I am looking forward to Ford County..i simply enjoy your narration and the way the story progresses…keep Going!!
    All the Best!

  • May 11, 2009 at 3:51 AM Doris Gilmore-Sherwood


    I just read the “Associate” and I want to inquire about P. 177. Isn’t the word “Kyle” incorrect? I think it should be “Baxter”.
    Book was great – enjoyed it immensely!

  • May 20, 2009 at 10:56 AM Hugh Jazz

    Hey John,

    My kid made the 9 year all-star team! I know you can appreciate that. It is wonderful to watch skilled 9 year olds play baseball. My boy has worked hard and I am very proud of him.

    Keep the pen flowing John – you have a great ability to tell stories. Can’t wait for Ford County.

    You have a lot of fans in New England – you should visit us sometime, i.e. arrange a speaking engagement of some sort. You’d pack the place.

    All the best, Hugh

  • July 4, 2009 at 9:38 PM Teri Gagnon

    John you are the GREATEST author of modern times ..when I start reading a book of yours I have trouble putting it down ….they are so well written and easy to read yet captivating !! Great reads !! The pen flows as well as the readers mind !! Amazing just amazing !!

  • July 6, 2009 at 11:59 AM Jude G

    I first read you by Painted House, and I agree with Teri Gagnon “easy to read yet captiviting”. I can’t wait for the Ric’s movie!!

  • September 9, 2009 at 3:27 AM Srinivas Vangala

    Dear John,

    You are one of my all time favourite authors.I read every one of your books.I enjoyed them immensely.When I read the book “The Chamber”,I dreamed of the “death row” for a long time.The image you created with the words is so stark,that it left an indelible impression on my mind.Don’t allow Hollywood to make movies out of your books.They ruined “The Pelican Brief” and “The Firm”.Lot of liberites were taken with the original story,which I did’nt like.
    Do continue to write with the same enthusiasm and remember that there are millions of fans all over the world who look forward to your books.

  • September 16, 2009 at 10:06 AM pam

    You are my fave. I really liked Playing for Pizza as I live just outside Regina and the Saskatchewan Roughriders are our team. To me all your books are a hit, keep up the great work.

  • September 22, 2009 at 6:59 PM tanya

    Hi! The same thing with me! When I read your boobks I can’t put them down! Brilliant!

  • October 13, 2009 at 12:20 PM Eva


    You are a brilliant author, love your books. They are captivating and so realistic. I just finished The Associate, loved it, awesome book but the ending was somewhat disappointing, wished Kyle was able to outsmart the bad guys. Keep up the good work!!

  • October 15, 2009 at 12:32 PM susan

    Mr. Gresham,

    Love your books and wondered how many of your stories are based on real life events. I can understand how a story like The Associate cannot always have a good ending, because real life is not fair, and corruption usually has the edge over the good guys.
    Are you interested at all in real life situations with bizarre twists involving such current issues as the banking crisis, real estate, and unethical, corrupt lawyers who should be disbarred? If so, I have a story that would be right up your alley.

  • November 17, 2009 at 3:17 PM DEBBIE

    Thank you for your interest in Oklahoma.

  • December 10, 2009 at 11:43 AM erich tinggi

    I kneww much named start with Big “John”. There are John Grisham as my favorite author, John Stainback, John Calvin, John Rambo and many more names. I alway love John Grisham. I am enjoy all His books that i had read. I had wrote too one Law litigatiion novel wich inspired from his book, The runaway Jury! If i have a dream, i am dream to be a godd writer! If i could have dream, i wish to meet John Grisham, Too. By the way, my novel titled Pengacara Pilihan.
    Big love to big John!
    Erich Tinggi.

  • December 22, 2009 at 12:24 PM shushruth k.p

    i’m a big fan of grisham. i simply love what he writes

  • January 4, 2010 at 8:04 PM Rick Pugh

    Hello from Mobile,Al., John,
    I’m writing a fiction adventure novel which is completed now and i’m in the process of editing. Every time I get a block I pick up one of your books and after a few pages things become clearer to me. If I get published, you will be in the acknowedgements. My website, postyourhobby.com has excerpts of my story in the homepage. Hope you visit. Advise welcome.

  • January 31, 2010 at 6:22 PM Janet Gray

    Dear Author John Grisham,
    I just finished reading your hardback book titled “Ford County.” I enjoyed the short stories very much but am baffled by something in the last story — Funny Boy. On page 302 there is mention of a character named Isabelle. The sentence reads “Isabelle hasn’t stopped by in a week.” Who is Isabelle? I reread the short story to see if I missed meeting Isabelle and can’t seem to find any mention of her at all. I would greatly appreciate it if you could please let me know the answer to my question. In advance, thank you for your attention to this matter and as always keep on writing. Your books are GREAT.
    Janet Gray

  • February 7, 2010 at 7:19 AM Erich Tinggi

    (Komentar ini saya beri judul; Ide cerita yang cerdas, cemelang, prestisius dan sexy menggoda!)

    Berapa banyakkah Novel yang telah dibuat oleh John Grisham? 20, 30 40, 50 ataukah lebih? Berapapun, jelas semuanya adalah Mahakarya. Berapa banyakpun, setiap judul Novel tersebut mewakili apa yang merupakan jawaban dari pertanyaan ini; Apakah yang dibutuhkan untuk bisa menulis dan menghasilkan Novel-Novel berkualitas, berkelas, berstandar internasional dan memiliki citarasa prestisius? Sebuah ide cerita yang cemerlang, prestisius, briliant, bercitarasa dan mengagumkan.! hal inilah yang membuat setiap judul Novel karya John Grisham adalah mahakarya, yang enak dibaca.

    Novel pertama saya, PENGACARA PILIHAN, berangkat dari sebuah ide cemerlang yang bercitarasa, yang tercetus sesaat setelah selesai membaca THE RUNAWAY JURY karya John Grisham. Timbul konflik kepentingan dalam diri saya, konflik bathin, pemikiran, idealisme dan perasaan terhadap berbagai hal yang mana semua hal-hal yang bertentangan dan paradoksal tersebut adalah hal-hal yang nyata, yang terukur dan bisa diuji secara Ilmiah dan Empiris. Situasi yang saya alami tersebut tidak ubahnya rasa gatal yang menggereget di sekitar permukaan luka yang hampir mengering. Akhirnya timbul dan tercetus pemiukiran serta ide cemerlang di benak, jika THE RUNAWAY JURY adalah Thesa, mengapa tidak membuat Antithesanya saja? Paling tidak, perasaan menggereget yang terus menerus mengusik, mengganggu dan menghantui saya dapat sedikit terobati. satu persoalan selesai. Akhirnya sayapun mulai menulis PENGACARA PILIHAN. Itulah pekerjaan sehari-hari saya, menulis sedikit demi sedikit, mengumpulkan bahan, riset medis di sana-sini dan berkomunikasi dengan lebih banyak orang dari sebelum-sebelumnya. Hal atau nuansa yang paling tendensius dari aktifitas baru saya tersebut adalah bahwa sejak hari itu jadilah saya seorang Penulis Novel, dan bukan lagi Penulis 101 artikel beragam thema dan isu yang tidak satupun di tanggapi dan bahkan diterbitkan oleh koran-koran dimana saya mengirimkan naskah-naskah tulisan saya.

    Saat ini saya sedang mengupayakan dengan keras sebuah ide cemerlang yang keenam di kehidupan saya, di tahun ini. Apakah anda juga adalah seorang Penulis, khususnya Novel? Jika hari ini anda telah berumur 35 tahun dan setiap tahunnya anda menargetkan menulis satu Novel hebat dan prestisius, Mahakarya, maka sampai dengan umur anda yang ke 60 anda hanya memerlukan sebanyak 26 ide cerita yang cemerlang, fantatastis, yang bercitarasa dan mengagumkan. Satu tahun satu ide, mengagumkan, dan tidak muluk!

    Saya akan mengakhiri komentar ini dengan sebuah Humor: Sepasang Kekasih memasuki Kedai Kentucky Freed Chicken yang ramai. Setelah cukup lama berjejer di barisan panjang antrian, sampailah mereka berdua ke gilirannya. Si Pria mulai memesan. Dia mulai dengan paket Ayam yang paling istimewa, paket ayam 1, combo size dan mengakhirinya dengan paket 12 regular. Total satu Doutzen paket. Istimewa. Tak seberapa lama pesanan merekapun selesai dan satu persatu ditumpuk di hadapan mereka. Pelayan yang melayani paket mereka terkesima dengan banyaknya pesanan itu, bertanya; Tidak kebanyakan Tuan? Pacar saya yang membayarnya! jawab si Pria pendek sambil menunjuk pada kekasinya yang berdiri di sampingnya. si Gadis tersenyum manis, sumringah. Sambil menyerahkan kartu Debit card berlogo MasterCardnya, dia berucap; Easy to pay, withdarw anytime & anywhere. Ok?

    John, saya percaya, benakmu dipenuhi dengan ide-ide cemerlang, prestisius dan bercitrasa. Semoga aku tidak salah melukiskannya demikian; Jika anda memiliki satu ide cerita cemerlang dan prestisius, anda seperti seorang Mucikari yang menjadi Manager dari seorang PSK prestisius berkelas internasional yang memiliki reputasi yang cemerlang dan mengesankan. Jika persoalan ini berkembang sedmikian rupa menjadi persoalan pilihan penghidupan dan pembagian peran dalam menjalani kehidupan, pertanyaan saya; Siapa yang akan menjadi PSKnya, John?

    O ya, ketika selesai membaca THE BRETHREN, saya menulis sebuah kesan dan pesan singkat saya atas Novel tersebut, di halaman terdepan saya menulis; Novel cerdas John Grisham…., selamat membaca dan berpikir!

  • March 1, 2010 at 6:29 PM Madelina

    hey this is a little girl and im doing a project on John Ray Grisham and i heard that he is a famous authur well see ya

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