Theodore Boone is back! And he's ready for his next big case.
Theo Boone might only be 13, but he's already uncovered key evidence in a groundbreaking murder trial and discovered the truth behind his best friend's abduction. Now with the latest unfolding of events in Strattenburg, Theo will face his biggest challenge yet.
Filled with the intrigue and page-turning suspense that made John Grisham a number-one international best seller and the undisputed master of the legal thriller, Theodore Boone's adventures will keep listeners enthralled until the very last minute.
©2012 John Grisham (P)2012 Penguin
The narrator is very good and the story is classic Grisham. Sure, it is a kids story, but so is Harry Potter. The real hero of the story is Ike, Theodore's disbarred-lawyer uncle. He figures out who committed the crime and put Theo on the trail. Theo has to make a moral decision about whether to look in a computer system at his parents' law office.
Theo's parents, teachers, school administrators and scoutmaster all believed in him, even when the cops acted like he was guilty.
The narrator is great and he has just the right touch for The Theodore Boone series.
Nothing extreme. It was just fun entertainment. However, we did have to ask ourselves whether Ike was giving his nephew good advice.
No particular scene, I do think he did a good job of feeling like you're in the mind of a young boy.
The story was fine, just written for a young reader.
Richard Thomas really brings Theo to life.
I loved the continuity between all three of the books so far.
If you put a gun to my head and made me say something negative about this book, it would be that it wasn't long enough. I cant wait for another installment.
Judge Gantry -- great character. Fully in control, very stern on the outside, but with a sense of humor on the inside.
Thomas brings a balanced presentation and good expression. I think I probably would have missed both just reading the print version.
I would have really enjoyed this book when I was a tenn, however at this stage of my life this book was not very interesting or entertaining. This was probably made worse by the narration. Not a John Grishom story that I've become accustomed to reading and listening to -
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