To kill a mockingbird – Harper Lee

This Pulitzer Prize winning novel is as powerful today as when it was first released in 1960. The novel tells of Scout and Jem’s childhood in Alabama and how a series of events shook their innocence, shaped their character and taught them about human nature. Lee examines racism and other prejudices in this easy to read story, which is both entertaining and thought provoking.

Random House

2 Responses to “To kill a mockingbird – Harper Lee”

  1. Jenpop Says:

    A to kill a mockingbird is a great novel, engaging and interesting to read. A story that tells about racial prejudice with a deep and detailed meaning that makes you think about society and social standings.

  2. Rhythm27 Says:

    “To Kill a Mockingbird” is a very intriguing novel about a person’s point of view on the small town in which social standings are very important. I liked the way the story itself starts out but soon it gets a little confusing. The plot is pretty good and it leads on to a deeper meaning of the story later on. I believe that the author wanted to show us his understanding of social justice and society reputations. The author blends the fact that a mystery is occurring but doesn’t really let on the truth of that. I enjoyed this book but its not my favourite type of book.

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