DEFENDER OF THE DAMNED When Kevin Taylor joins the Manhattan criminal law firm of John Milton and Associates, he’s hit the big time. At last, he and his. The Devil’s Advocate by Andrew Neiderman – When Kevin Taylor joins the Manhattan criminal law firm of John Milton & Associates, he’s hit the big time. At. Rating: 4/5 Neiderman’s “The Devil’s Advocate” is one of those rare books that I read cover-to-cover in a single 8hr sitting. The film (starring.
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Given the secular age we live in, this seemed somewhat contrived because he did nto consider any alternative. Devil thriller trope that pretty much all of them seem to have these days and that the movie, thankfully, cut out – a renegade priest who seeks out evil and combats it in the niderman Refresh and try again.
Rarely is the movie that was based off of a novel better then the book decil, but here is at least one example. Worth reading for academic purposes only.
Final conclusion, thankful I saw the movie first. This may sound like a criticism, but it is meant as a compliment. It’s a fun and easy read, and I really enjoyed the book, but somehow the movie was better – maybe because of the cast.
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The film starring Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino is in my top ten all time greatest movies, and so I wanted to read the book. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
Throwing himself into his work, Kevin begins to see a pattern of evil emerging from behind the firm’s plush facade. The movie is brilliant. While the bare bones of the story are similar between the two, the protagonist is named Kevin, and the antagonist Wow.
Mar 23, Farah Cook rated it really liked it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I wonder what I had thought if I didn’t know the plot. Already had some misgivings about the ending, so that made it easier for me to absorb, though didn’t really like it, but that’s because I saw the movie first. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page.
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To view it, click here. I must have seen ten times advocwte. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Throwing himself into his work, Kevin begins to see a pattern of evil emerging from behind the plush facade of his firm.
Mechanically well written, the story is trite, the characters flat and uninspiring, the subject matter is obvious and lacking depth. If you want to read this book anyway, you should see the movie first. Jul 08, Ek Guevara rated it really liked it.
It seemed like the Imagine my utmost surprise when I got to know that the awesome movie was based on this book some years ago! The screenplay is actually better than the book!
Jun 05, Natali rated it it was amazing Beiderman Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This was an absolute pathetic devvil at mixing the spiritual with the carnal, and I consider this book to be one of the worst ever written. Trivia About The Devil’s Advocate.
Jun 04, Giti rated it it was amazing. In the book, Kevin Taylor knowingly defends the guilty whilst his wife embraces their new cosmopolitan lifestyle with the wives of the other associates of John Milton Associates — attorneys at law. I was so disappointed by nederman book, for the movie of the same name is one of my favorites, sly, snappy, and fun, along with the chills and evil goings on.
Most of the framework of the story is the same, the names are pretty much the same, but the characters are themselves quite different, not the least being that of John Milton himself – in the book he is an older, very courtly gentleman, kind, thoughtful, and soft-spoken.
The first two-thirds of the book are faultless, but it is in the final third that a few cracks begin to show. Milton himself lives advcate.