Bill Fleming loaded us a copy of John Grisham's latest book, given to him by his daughter. Smitty read it first while we were in Memphis for Thanksgiving. I picked it up shortly after we returned and found it, as usual, a book to just keep on reading until finished.
We gave it back to Bill and he immediately gave it to someone else who wanted to read it.
I believe I continue in my efforts to read all his major books. He has written some for young people. Since I'm definitely a senior citizen, I decided I would not read that category of books.
There are some little short books that I remember fondly like "Skipping Christmas" -- a very funny book. Also, "Playing for Pizza" was a little different.
I had trouble reading "A Painted House" the first time I tried, but eventually I started from the beginning and did read it through on my second try.
I am not a speed reader. I've had some training in doing that, but I just like to plod at a slow pace so I don't miss anything.