Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer by John Grisham
Hi, my name is Zane. I am in sixth grade. I enjoy playing soccer, video games, and exercising.
Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer, is about a man named Pete Duffy, who was accused of murdering his wife, who was found on the floor dead in her house. This was one of my favorite books that I have read, but some parts weren’t as interesting as others. Although there were a couple of boring parts, most of the book was very interesting, because there were so many intense scenes where Theodore did not know what to do. For example, there were many times that the lawyers involved in the trial went back and explained how Pete Duffy was guilty of the murder of his wife, or how he was innocent. With that said, they talked a lot about things that were irrelevant to the text, which made these parts boring. These parts were not as fun to read because you wanted to figure out more about the murder.
In the end, the trial was not going how a lot of people wanted it to, until 13-year-old Theodore Boone gets involved and knows something that changes the trial drastically. Overall, I think that many people who are in middle school would enjoy this book, although I wouldn’t recommend it to people below 3rd grade.