The only suspect, Jack Leeper, is nowhere to be found. April is not your typical girl. She is from a quirky family, in which it is not uncommon for a parent to leave town for weeks. The last time before the abduction that Theo talks to April, she has locked all the doors and windows, scared of being home alone.
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The only suspect, Jack Leeper, is nowhere to be found. April is not your typical girl. She is from a quirky family, in which it is not uncommon for a parent to leave town for weeks. The last time before the abduction that Theo talks to April, she has locked all the doors and windows, scared of being home alone. The small town is starting to fear the worst. Theo takes it upon himself to search for her.
Theo is earning respect as a star investigator and legal expert. Theo uses his vast legal knowledge, and his determination in pursuit of getting any leads on this mysterious case, to hopefully restore his best friend back to safety. A long journey waits ahead. This book was a fun read. It had a nice dosage of action. The plot carried along well, not too slowly, and was not at all disorienting. The book is part of a series, but in no way do you need to read the previous book to understand this book.
I would recommend this book to boy or girl age 9 and up. The idea of kidnapping might prove too much, but the writing style is not very hard to comprehend. The vocabulary is not too advanced. It was definitely worth reading.
Theodore Boone: The Abduction by John Grisham - review
On Tuesdays, they ate soup and sandwiches at a homeless shelter where they volunteered. On Wednesdays, Mr. Boone picked up carryout Chinese from Dragon Lady, and they ate on folding trays as they watched television. On Thursdays, Mrs.
Book Review: Theodore Boone: The Abduction, by John Grisham
But now we are back and so happy to read about dogs again that we started with a quick, easy one: Theodore Boone: The Abduction. Previously w reviewed the first Theodore Boone book in the series, Kid Lawyer here and we were lucky enough to find several more in the series so, stay tuned for the rest! This is the second. The Pacing A book primarily for pre-teen boys and girls , The Abduction starts out slowly as do many of the pre-teen books we read. Each chapter ends with a slight cliff-hanger to keep the interest of the young reader perhaps, but, towards the end, the action picks up rapidly and the denouement is complex enough to tie up all the loose ends. He is a good kid and you will like him fretting about possibly getting into trouble and biking to school and even texting his mother when asked.
Book Review: Theodore Boone: The Abduction