MONICA READS, a review by Monica Drahonovsky
The Rooster Bar by John Grisham
Good day! I hope you are ready to enjoy another John Grisham book that details choices that everyone faces. Go in debt to get a higher degree or make your life doing whatever it is that interests you.
Do you believe all of the advertising involved in getting individuals to get ahead of the pack by purchasing a degree, and at what kind of college? Do you believe that a degree will make your life better with more money? Did you ever think about how long it will take to pay off the loans and where did you get the loans and what are they about?
Fascinating stuff played out by four people on the verge of graduating from a law school when the reality of debt haunts them and how they come to terms with their dilemma. The author digs in deep for information that is not readily thought about by the average individual. After you read this, and it is a page turner, you will think a lot differently about the world today.
My mind is teetering on the edge just as the four young people sort through the choices they have, the road they decide to take and a thought-provoking side of immigration law in the USA along with consequences family members endure here and in their home countries.
I recommend this book. I enjoyed reading this book. This book made me think about this country and how we push kids today to get their educations. What are we thinking?
Go to the library today. Do not wait.
Monica Drahonovsky reviews books for InDepthNH.org. Monica is known for her love of history and her lifelong love for reading. She has a bachelor’s degree in History, with a minor in English. “My years of reading for leisure and pleasure have given me the insight to read a book and analyze the author’s baggage, cargo and ability to write the language of his/her mind and utilize the gift of prose to educate and entertain the reader. Go get a book, read it and enjoy the adventure.” Contact Monica at email@example.com