Nov 04, 2020NedSu rated this title 3 out of 5 stars
Imagine being in a hurricane, with objects flying all over the place, and destruction everywhere. Now imagine you are a writer in the hurricane and your filing cabinet with all your plots and ideas of plots, disparate characters and places is caught up in the maelstrom. When you try to put it all together, it's a mess. But you have a book contract due, so you grab assorted pages and create a mad libs novel. The resulting pastiche is called Camino Winds. It has a lot of characters, a lot of plots and one familiar protagonist/character. The book lacks emotion, a cohesive plot, and no real heart. Still, it is a Grisham work, and despite all the negatives, it was an easy beach book type of read.