Theodore Boone is back in the sequel to John Grisham's Kid Lawyer book. This time Theodore is dealing with the abduction of his best friend April. In true Grisham form, you get the legal aspects of the story complete with lawyers, judges and a 13 year-old kid who wants to be a criminal lawyer when he grows up.
I enjoyed the book, but I was expecting a bit more with the abduction of April. I know it's a kid book and therefore it can't be too dark, but I was at least expecting a forced event. Without spoiling everything, I felt that it was cleaned up in a neat package without scars. I would still recommend the book for kids, but as an adult, I was a bit disappointed.
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