A compelling must read for anyone who wishes to write about social issues but in a fictional manner. This book leaves an impact on the reader to implore within and understand the era of slavery and right after in southern America. It is about a girl who looks up to her father, who is a lawyer defending an African man in a rape trial. The book, even though fictitious, upholds real values such as character and honesty.
To Kill a Mockingbird (4/22)