Review by Edan
Title: Theodore Boone: The Accused (Theodore Boone #3)
Author: John Grisham
Publisher: Penguin Group
Theo Boone, son of two lawyers, is excited in the retrial of the Pete Duffy murder case, where Theo turned the table of events a few months earlier. The town of Strattenburg is alive with murmurs, but soon things start to look worse for Theo. First he find items stolen from his locker, later his bike tires and slashed and a rock flies through his window, showering him in glass. Next, things go too far as the police suspect him as the thief of a computer shop theft. All of the evidence is pointing toward Theo and only he can find out who the real thief is. Join Theo to see if he can find them before the case is closed...
Out of all of the Theodore Boone books, I liked this book the most. It was the most interesting and thrilling. It made me sit on the edge of my seat even more. It is full of suspense and you are as stuck as Theo when it comes to figuring out the problem. I love Thoe's character. It is really real and make you realize how fake and brave some other main characters are. It makes you think about who you would react to the vandalism and framing. The stories are always complicated and full of other cases and trails that Theo gets wrapped up in. It captures how busy a middle schoolers life really is. The Theodore Boone books are realistic and easily relatable, and it is still inthralling and captivating. I really enjoy reading the Theodore Boone books and can't wait to finish up the series with the last book, Theodore Boone: The Activist