Theodore Boone the abduction
Author: John Grisham By: Ally Hencke
1st Person Point of View
Metaphor- I was quieter than a mouse.
Personification- The flyers shouted for help as the wind was flushing them away.
Sensory Language- My friends could smell my nervousness.
Imagery- frowning even harder, swallowed hard, clenched fists, closed eyes tightly
This Dialogue helps support the setting of the story of the Courthouse by having the interview with Jack Leeper. It also helps you get to know who Detective Chapsaw and Slatter are. You also get to know Jack Leeper, who commits lots of felonies.