I plan on getting it.
I have the book but haven't read it as yet. A Time to Kill is one of my faves so I'm happy to see a return to Ford County and am interested to see what his short stories will be like.
I read it. It was just okay for me. I think my primary complaint is that because I used to enjoy the short story format when I was younger (as in MUCH younger--when I was in high school) I thought I'd still like short stories. The genre fell flat for me because there simply wasn't the depth to the plot or characters as there is in most novels. I just finished it in September, and except for one of the more disturbing stories, it just didn't leave much of an impact on my memory.
I'm finally reading it right now. I've read the first couple of stories and I'm actually enjoying it very much. My favorite Grisham novels are the longer legal ones but I think he's done a very good job with the short story format as well. Grisham is a very versatile author and I think he would excel with about any subject.
I finally read Ford County. I wasn't sure how I would like a collection of short stories but Grisham did it very well.
I have read the first three stories and haven't liked a single one. I've put it aside for awhile now, but will go back to it at some point.
There was only one story I didn't really like at all. The short story format is definitely something different but I enjoyed it overall.