“Theodore Boone” by John Grisham – A Book Review

Theodore Boone was only 13 in this story. He was introduced in the 2010 fiction as someone with a knack for law, especially criminal law. Theodore followed up on a murder trial in his home state of Strattenburg. The accused, husband of the victim, was about to walk free when Theodore Boone came across a witness to the case whom no one knew about.

This 263-page John Grisham’s fiction was easy to read. The author adopted a straightforward flow of the story. No twists and turns. What is important to the readers is whether justice has been served.

A very readable book and can be completed quickly.Theodore Boone

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