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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Having recently rewatched the movie on Netflix, I got the urge to finally pick up the book and give it a read.

The film is very well-known, so I need to tell very little of the basic plot: But I loved Neiderman’s writing style. As he watches them win every courtroom battle, and sees every criminal walk free, dwvil mounting suspicions give way to all-out terror.

Lists with This Book. More books from this author: The movie is brilliant. I must have seen ten times plus. Fictiongothic horrorscreenwriting.

The Devil’s Advocate by Andrew Neiderman

Jul 25, Bill Mazzola rated it did not like it. The pace is good and the writing style… it is highly unique. Email required Address never made public. Price may vary by retailer. The themes are the same, but key sections vary, and ending is VERY different. It is definitely better than a one-star, but I just couldn’t bring myself to give it anything higher adocate two stars.


I can see the basics of where neidfrman movie screenplay ca The Devil’s Advocate is one of my favourite movies. And yet Kevin feels that something is wrong as he wins every case and criminals are returned to the streets of New York.

I didn’t find there was advocste depth to anything. However, none of this should detract from what is ultimately a very good book. Mechanically well written, the story is trite, the characters flat and uninspiring, the subject matter is obvious and lacking depth.

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For Kevin has just become The Devil’s Advocate. Aug 23, Brenda S. I enjoyed the build-up and I was little dissapointed by rushed ending but still I would recommend this to my friends.

The characters are well developed, and each nekderman an interesting back story. Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. Mar 23, Farah Cook rated it really liked it.

While the bare bones of the story are similar between the two, the protagonist is named Kevin, and the antagonist Wow. The argument could easily be made that this is a constant pattern with John Milton, and that both the book and the movie work together to tell a larger, continuing story.

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While some people clearly hold that against the book, and while I personally agree that the movie makes better use of the concept, the book is still very good indeed. Always good to read the original work.

I don’t fault him for writing it at all. This was an absolute pathetic attempt at mixing the spiritual with the carnal, and I consider this book to be one of the worst ever written. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: I had no idea it was based on a book until last Saturday when watching the DVD again, I let the end credits roll longer than I usually do and noticed.

Andrew Neiderman has written the libretto for a musical stage adaptation of The Devil’s Advocate.

His writing is simple, almost childishly simplistic at some places, but still good to read. Andrews novels and those under his name, reached published novels.