Losing Faith

  • by Adam Mitzner
  • Narrated by David Marantz
  • 10 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From the acclaimed author Publishers Weekly called "a gifted writer" comes this nail-biting legal thriller in the best-selling tradition of John Grisham and Scott Turow. Aaron Littmann, the chairman of one of the country's most prestigious law firms, has just been contacted by a high-profile defense attorney whose client is Nikolai Garkov, a Russian businessman arraigned on terrorism charges for pulling the financial strings behind recent treasonous acts. The attorney informs Aaron that Garkov is looking to switch representation and will pay $100,000 just to take the meeting. But Aaron doesn't have any choice, as Garkov is ready to go public with the damning evidence that Aaron and the judge in the high-profile case - Faith Nichols - had a torrid affair during another recent case. Filled with suspense, twists, and turns, Losing Faith will captivate legal thriller fans everywhere.

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Long trial

I had hesitated before buying this title due to the mixed reviews. I can say I agree with both the positive and negative ones. It was an interesting story, but quite heavy on the legal case. Not quite as clever as his previous book.
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- Judith

Worst Female Charaters Ever

I loved Mitzner's first novel, but this one left me wanting. It kept me interested enough to finish, but the female characters were so poorly portrayed it annoyed the crap out of me. Lets see there was the...

Betrayed wife who loved the main character so much she was willing to risk everything to save him...

mentally unstable but highly intelligent junior partner whose unrequited love for the main character made her willing to risk it all for him...

the potential supreme court nominee who was willing to risk everything for our main character, until she wasn't but then she got killed, so it was all good.

Oh, and they were all model beautiful.

Luckily, there was the unlikeable Female US Attorney, who had no personality, was a bit hefty but had a pretty face....

All that, and a pretty much cliched story was a stupid perry mason ending. But, heck, it had some decent court scenes.

I found the narration average at best, which may be because of the source material. I have listened to better by Marantz. Particularly, his dialogue was clunky, with voice changes that weren't easily delineated. Not horrible, but there are plenty of better legal thrillers out there today.
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- Robert

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-06-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios