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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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Though I was one of those people who saw the film before I picked up the book. I’d recommend this to those who have yet to see the film, however. Final conclusion, thankful I saw the movie first.
While the bare bones of the story are similar between the two, the protagonist is named Kevin, and the antagonist is John Milton, that is were the similarities end.
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 world Es muy adictivo, tiene una trama interesante con mucho ritmo e intensidad y personajes bien desarrollados. The descriptions of Milton are beautiful, and the party scene and its suggestions of heddonism was wonderful. Compared to the movie, it actually makes an excellent study in mediocre writing, and how it can be improved.
Me ha sorprendido mucho positivamente. The foreshadowing would better be described as forehittingyouovertheheadwithit, the characters were one note often andrfw out of tune, and the twist ending would have made a Tales from the Darkside writer proud. Jul 08, Ek Guevara rated it really liked it. Trivia About The Devil’s Advocate. Neiderman barely shows us the two trials in this book, but we spend page after page hearing about every stick of furniture in every room, we know what everyone is wearing, how tall they are, how old they are.
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Andrew Neiderman has written the libretto for a musical stage adaptation of The Devil’s Advocate. The movie is simply andrdw, one of my favourites for all times. The book is bloody awful. Jun 05, Natali rated it it was amazing Shelves: Advoczte seemed like the logical conclusion. Anyways, the books are always different: By-the-numbers attempt at religious horror, very mild, very weak, and actually a sorry mess.
I enjoyed the build-up and I was little dissapointed by rushed ending but still I would recommend this to my friends.
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That said it is not a perfect book. From ghost-written by Andrew Neiderman. Inhe became the ghost advocatr for V. I’ve watched The Devi’s Advocate so many times since its release it was regularly featured on my college campus’s in-house movie channel while I was therebut had never read the book.
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So I immediately went and bought it. Unfortunately pedestrian – and predictable – book from which the much more famous and far, far better movie was made.
A good book but after seeing the film first, couldn’t get Al Pacino out of my head as John Milton. Watch the movie and enjoy its over-the-top-ness; forget about the book. Oct 13, Samantha Gramer rated it really liked it. Of course, as the story develops there’s much more to it and nothing is as simple as it seems. The ending is pathetic. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Imagine my utmost surprise when I got to know that the awesome movie was based on this book some years ago! Andrew Neiderman born October 26,is a best-selling American novelist. After all this was the initial sparkle for the movie we all like so much.
It is definitely better than a one-star, but I just anfrew bring myself to give it anything higher than two stars. Overall a great little read, for those who like to read books after watching a movie. The movie was better, and not just because of Pacino. Throwing himself into his work, Kevin begins to see a pattern of evil emerging from behind the plush facade of his firm. And the pacing isn’t that hot either. My first Neiderman book.
May 18, Alejandro rated it did not like it.
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Lists with This Book. The only thing that kept me going advicate I wanted to see how the plot worked in the book compared to the movie. A good read, not great IMO. Mechanically well written, the story is trite, the characters flat and uninspiring, the subject matter is obvious and lacking depth.