Reviews - What do customers think about Camara De Gas / the Chamber?
A fine translation of a good read Apr 30, 2000
John Grisham's tale of a Klan member on death row and his zealous, conflicted grandson is a hard yet tender story of complex characters in tough situations. Enric Tremps does a seamless job of translating it into Spanish, preserving the flow and emotion of the novel, a difficult task with such a uniquely American storyline. This is not great literature, but it's a well-written page-turner.
Camara de Gas Feb 1, 2000
Fantástico! te lo leerás "casi" de un tirón! Tiene todo para ser un buen libro, la traducción al español es excelente, no se ha perdido nada.
not as good as his others May 27, 1999
though the chamber was an interesting story, it let readers who were used to his other, higher quality works down.
Very intense entertainment. Oct 19, 1998
Must Read. Excellent story line, Spanish version very, very closely equals the American version. There were a very few areas where the Spanish translation did not perfectly paint the same mental image that was intended by the author, but over-all, an superior piece of work.
The Best there is, the best there was and a whole lot more!! Oct 28, 1997
This is Grisham at his best!!!! Although this was the first book I read of his, the latter is still very true. You will be emotionally involved and feel as if you are there with the characters through the good and the bad. I recommend this book to all who love grisham's writing and those who haven't tried him yet!!!!!!