To Kill a Mockingbird
I thought there would be more story in this book, but I was a little disappointed by the lack of action. However I did enjoy the town dynamics and how much there was to learn about the different people in the town and what they added to the story.

I definitely enjoyed the drama that the case of Tom brought to the story and how much it affected the community especially with the viewpoint of the Ewells. I think it definitely rises a serious issue that was prominent in the community at that time. It can also be applied to modern day, the message that everybody should be treated equally. It is an almost obvious meaning, but the added mystery of Boo Radley and the narrative voice of a young girl, keep the story going and make the story something different.

I really enjoyed it and will definitely be reading it again!


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