Fantastic book though for adults
This book is one of the paragons for literature and the furtherance of intellectual development. It is a fantastic appreation of the culmination of racism and bigotry as applied to a fictional setting.
To kill a mockingbird is perhaps the best American novel ever printed. This Book takes the story and analyzes the product of this fantastic diatribe against racism and thrusts it into more "modern" appreation.
I will be the first to admit that this book is not perfect. However, to say it is a book meant for anything less than high school level students is disingenuous. This book looks at th product of racism and hatred and analyzes the product.
I absolutely love this book and recommend it to nearly everyone adult I can. With that said, if you are not 14+ or a very special and intellectual adolescent I highly reccomend reading this book only if, and only if you have read to kill a mocking bird.
Actually I reccomend not reading this book unless you have read to kill a mocking bird at all. It is a sequel about racism and the flaws of society. This book does not come without hard questions and a look into the eyes of some of the most despicable aspect of society, both modern and past. It is fantastic but be warned
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Positive role models