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Theodore Boone: The Accused – Half the Man, Twice the Lawyer is the third title in the Theodore Boone series for children, written by John Grisham.
Summary of the Book
The book opens with the furtherance of book two, Theodore Boon: The Abduction. The murder case of Pete Duffy is about to begin and that is the only thing everyone is talking about. Theo has consent from his teacher to be in court for the opening remarks and to report back to the class about the proceedings. But Pete Duffy skips town and the trial is postponed. When Theo comes back to school, he sees that his locker has been meddled with. He is falsely accused of a few crimes. How does he figure out what is actually going on?
About John Grisham
John Grisham is an American novelist, lawyer and politician. His books: A Time to Kill, The Client, The Runaway Jury, The Pelican Brief, A Painted House, The Chamber, The Rainmaker and Skipping Christmas are made into movies. A graduate of Delta State University in Cleveland, Grisham practiced law for about a decade. Grisham has carved a niche for himself as a writer of legal thrillers, and he often creates courtroom settings and makes them comprehensible and fascinating for the layman.
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton|
|Number of Pages||288 Pages|
|Height||7.01 Inches (US)|
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May 19, 2012
The Accused - reviewThis third book in the Theodore Boone series follows the same logic of how Theodore tries to unlock the mystery of the case in which Theo is framed. One point which I didn't get much is, regarding the murder case, with which the story starts is not highlighted much or I shall say is not given prominence in the story line. Those who enjoyed the two books of Theo series, will enjoy this as well. Happy Reading
Jul 6, 2014
The AccusedA good fast paced typical Grisham story....lots of plots and subplots
May 3, 2014
total waste of timejust don't waste ur money or time on this, this was my 2nd Grisham's. i bought it after grisham made me his fan through 'the racketeer' , but now i just want to bury the guy who told me to read this one. throughout the novel i was like , what can be he ending what is the suspense, who is the real culprit............but what i get is a simple high school theif....
Jan 2, 2014
IntrigueingIt was a gripping reading and could not put down the book till I finished it!!!!! The way it began, then the plotting and how the possible solutions are opened up is really very good. Specially the idea of Theo having a legal bent of mind and already helping people in this regard when possible in animal courts etc.
Oct 3, 2013
Book is good but...The book is good for reading but only for kids. The content is not pacy enough, plot is dull, sometimes the writing feels sluggish. Dont buy if you are more than 16 yrs. Its like a children book.
Jul 23, 2013
Expected more!First of all great delivery Flipkart! Ordered on Friday night and received on Monday by noon.
Dec 30, 2012
The Accused by John Grisham‘The Accused’ is the third book in the Theodore Boone series by John Grisham although this is the first Theo book that I have read. The book is meant for young readers introducing them to amateur detective investigations. Although it was a pleasant reading, I would prefer a Hardy Boys over this book any day.
Jun 20, 2012
TB-The AccusedA good one for casual reading. The start and the finish was not same. The real story begin in half of the book. The murder story and the person with whom the story starts, appear no where in end and seems to be left in between.