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Enticing readers and basically giving people something good to read John Grisham is an established star in literature What makes his books so great is that they are so realistic He applies his personal law and trial knowledge into the books he writes Put together with creative story telling his makes his novels hard to put down The Rainmaker starts with the last semester of law school for Rudy Baylor He was assigned to give free advice to a group of seniors It is at that very time and that very place that Rudy encounters his first and most important clients Dot and Buddy Black A powerful insurance company with millions of dollars has apparently swindled them They have caused the suffering and inevitable death of a young man Dot and Buddys son The coverage that was obliged was not issued and Donny Ray stricken by Leukemia therefore lost his chance to live This case plays out for a matter of months while the broke Rudy Baylor rents a room from one of his clients a Mrs Birdy Birdsong He is also forced to work for a felonious lawyer when the firm he was going to be initiated into merges with a larger one Eventually he goes to head with one of Americas most experienced and accomplished defense attorneys From the beginning of the novel to the last word Rudy is plagued with a series of mishaps and problems When something looks bright the clouds come rolling in However as the big trial begins he is assigned to a judge that is definitely on his side and twelve jury members who believe in the same morals as Rudy After researching Great Benefit the insurance company Rudy discovers cover-ups in the company He also discovers Great Benefits harsh way of making their numerous mistakes disappear He enters all the facts he has discovered and uses them to help solidify his position in the minds
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