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The Great Divide [Hardcover]

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5.0 out of 5 stars This is worth reading! Nov. 25 2003
Format:Hardcover
This is what Bunn does, and he does it very well! This is what I love about T. Davis Bunn! This book has a slightly slow start, then explodes! I think I can assure you, that if you read this, you are reading the best of T. Davis Bunn. Awesome plot, and a witness for Jesus that some people would die for.
He takes attorney, Marcus Glenwood, down on his luck, and picks up the pieces from there. In the process, he's offered the biggest case of his life, and we're literally talking his life here. He puts his neck on the line for Alma and Austin Hall, who are missing their daughter, Gloria, who they think may have been kidnapped by a New Horizons factory in China. It is when he accepts, Glenwood meets everything head on, and it seems the odds are against him. You find yourself inspired by the words of his friend, Deacon Jones, and altogether uplifted by this powerful book. And then... you want more! And there is more. In this book, Bunn shows some raw nerve and then some. Awesome!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A fifteen year old perspective Jan. 13 2004
Format:Paperback
This novel is a book I highly recommend for the reader that likes a challenge. It was intriguing and it stimulated the mind. It had diction that was at times confusing, but later the meaning of the words were revealed to you. Bunn caught your attention at the beginning of the novel, but after the first several chapters it began to wane. Fortunately it resumed the momentious speed, that had first captured the readers attention. A gripping drama loaded with action, it was a suspenceful page turner. I give it a standing ovation.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Great Divide Aug. 16 2003
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
I picked the book up on a whim and could hardly put it down. A page turner that is exciting from page one to the last.
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Format:Paperback
This was a great read that I initially picked up for the legal aspect since I enjoy reading legal thrillers. Bunn's ability to combine the power struggles within the courtroom, on the international political stage and within the international corporate world makes this a page turner for sure. A bit confusing at first to keep the characters straight, you end up knowing the myriad of characters and believing they are actually three-dimensional people who live, breathe and suffer. Definitely a recommended read!
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Format:Paperback
This was a great read that I initially picked up for the legal aspect since I enjoy reading legal thrillers. Bunn's ability to combine the power struggles within the courtroom, on the international political stage and within the international corporate world makes this a page turner for sure. A bit confusing at first to keep the characters straight, you end up knowing the myriad of characters and believing they are actually three-dimensional people who live, breathe and suffer. Definitely a recommended read!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Legal Thriller From Wonderful Author Oct. 31 2002
By J
Format:Paperback
The Great Divide is an excellent read! It is along the lines of a Grisham novel but even better. It has an engaging plot and I wasn't able to put it down. It was my first introduction to T. Davis Bunn who has quickly become my favorite Christian author. I've recommended this book to several other Christian fiction fans and they have all raved about it. Give this as a Christmas gift--they won't be disappointed!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great divide April 22 2002
Format:Paperback
Great book. I had never heard of T. Davis Bunn. After reading this, I will search for more of his work. This book is every bit as gripping as a Grisham novel and it has spiritual implications!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Snidely Whiplash, where are you? Sept. 26 2001
By "lushi"
Format:Paperback
This is one of the most ludicrous books I've come across in recent years. I picked it up because I am a lawyer and I served as the general manager of a company in China for five years. I thought it would be intriguing to read a legal thriller involving an American company doing business in China. Unfortunately, this is no thriller to anyone who knows anything about the subject; it is a ridiculous cartoon. Suffice it to say, there is virtually no connection between the story told in the pages of this book and the real world. The very thought that a factory in China associated with an American company would grab an American college student and make her a slave in their factory is beyond laughable. The premise is absurd and the details are incorrect. I wish I could think of something kind to say about this book. It has an attractive cover. How's that?
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