The Accused has ratings and reviews. Bruce said: Book 3 in the Theodore Boone series by John Grisham. This series is written for a middle schoo. Join the John Grisham Mailing List. Sign up to get breaking news, exclusive content and Theodore Boone: The Accused. About the Book Praise Back to Books. Theodore Boone: The Accused by John Grisham – review. ‘I loved this book because I had no idea how it was going to end. It was well written.
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One day at theodire DeSoto County courthouse, Grisham overheard the harrowing testimony of a twelve-year-old rape victim and was inspired to start a novel exploring what would have happened if the girl’s father had murdered her assailants. Would Brisham recommend it to others: Theo also taught me a lot about the proceedings of a courthouse.
The book leaves us with no trace of doubt in Theo from the start, but we get to experience his struggle to prove his innocence along with him.
Other books in the series. The way everything flowed and went together every aspect contributed to the story, and made it an amazing read. The Accused is packed with information on the law and our legal system. That was what I really lik d about it, the storyline with all the twists and turns kept me hooked the whole way. As the climax approached Grisham did a great job of ramping up the intensity by describing the characters and tthe actions through imagery, really making the ending as good as can be.
This book is very different and I think my favorite of the three Theo books.
They are very fast reads and keep me thinking about what will happen next. However, this book takes a totally different turn of events and goes away from that story. Views Read Edit View history. At about that same time strange things start happening to Theo – his school locker was broken into, the tires on his bike are s Book 3 in the Theodore Boone series by John Grisham.
Aug 31, Sol rated it it was amazing. Legal thrillerYoung adult fiction. Jul 09, Candice Pedersen rated it really liked it Shelves: It is the third book in the Theodore Boone series. Theo’s mother is a divorce lawyer and usually represents the wife in a divorce.
It doesn’t seem theodoree he’d not at least tell someone at school, a teacher or friend, if not the principal. Oh yeah, he also needs to STOP introducing the characters!!
I would recommend this book to anyone! He doesn’t say anything about it, as it would be a hassle to report. Apr 09, Pages Middle Grade Book 3 in the Theodore Boone series by John Grisham. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
In the accused Theo gets caught up with the police, in a bad way. In many respects, Theodore is a typical boy in that he rides a bicycle and goes to scouts. And yet the book is good as a stand alone read too!
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I like how Ike plays a larger role in this book in helping Theo all the different ways. The fact that he didn’t report it doesn’t seem logical, especially after he got grishaam bike tire deliberately slashed.
This story picks up shortly after book one left off. Theo is the one accused in this sequel.
Theodore Boone: The Accused by John Grisham – review
Theodore Boone 6 books. The parents’ guide to what’s in this book. Unlikely they’d take only those things and then not mess up his locker or leave it a mess bonoe they wanted to Theodore aaccused only 13, but does it really fit with his character that he would fail to report BOTH his locker being broken into and things missing and that his bike tires were slashed — the first time?
Almost immediately something seems wrong and eventually those in the courtroom learn that the suspect ha The third book in the Theodore Boone series finds the clever and legally-aware year eight student attending the re-trial of a man accused of killing his wife.
May 18, Oliver rated it really liked it. Theodore is, however, more intelligent and thoughtful than most boys of his age. Want personalized picks that theodors your family? This plot-driven legal thriller will keep readers guessing until the end. Want to Read saving….
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I greatly enjoyed this book, and felt that with my limited knowledge of law and order it was easy to understand. Me vicie mucho leyendo este libro leeanlo lo recomiendo mucho Thanks for reading this review and have a great day! All participants in the brawl end up receiving suspension for two days and probation for a thirty-day period.
John Grisham’s protagonist, Theodore in ‘Theodore Boone – The Accused’ should resonate with young adults and older readers. While all of Streenburg anxiously awaits the new trial of infamous murder suspect Pete Duffy, problems arise for their own kid lawyer.