Book Review: Theodore Boone: The Abduction
"The abduction of April Finnemore took place in the dead of night, sometime between 9:15 p.m., when she last spoke with Theo Boone, and 3:30 a.m., when her mother entered her bedroom and realized she was gone."
We first met the two best friends, Theodore Boone and April Finnemore, in John Grisham's first kid's book, Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer. Now, in Theodore Boone: The Abduction, the second book in the series, April has been abducted, and Theo wants to take action and help as much as he can to find his best friend.
Everyone at school is worried about April. Theo sets up a team to help find her. But when a body turns up in the water, the town gets more and more worried about April and if she is still alive or nott. To find out more, you will have to read Theodore Boone: The Abduction.
I enjoyed this book because it kept me guessing about what would happen next from beginning to end. I loved every part of every chapter — I couldn't put it down! Grisham's writing makes you feel like you are part of the book.
Theodore Boone: The Abduction is a fast-paced mystery novel, perfect for a summer reading list. It's a thrilling page-turner you won't want to put down until you've reached the end. I would suggest this to any one who loves a good mystery.
— Alysa Goethe, Scholastic News Kids Press Reporter