One of the Best Books I Have Ever Read!
Harper Lee's, To Kill a Mockingbird, is a wonderful and touching book that offers a beautiful theme that you discover early on in the book. The book is narrated by eight year old Scout and she tells of the adventures that she faced while trying to figure the identity of Boo Radley. Her brother, Jem, and her friend, Dill, join in on the fun. Scout's father, Atticus, is a respected lawyer in the tiny town of Maycomb, Alabama. Atticus is working on a case involving the rape of a young white woman. The defendant is a black man. The two storylines tie together in the end and reveals the universal theme of the entire book. Harper Lee does a meticulous job of developing characters and plot. The book is so enthralling, I found myself reading the whole book, cover to cover, in three hours! I recommended the book to my family and friends and they all thoroughly enjoyed it. Overall, the book takes readers to the roots of human behavior, and uncovers a message that all should keep in mind. This book is certainly a literary masterpiece and all should read it. Read More
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