To Kill A Mockingbird (Version UK)Paperback - 24 June 2010
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Mass Market Paperbound
Paperback: 309 Pages
Product Dimension (L x W x H): 10.92 x 2.03 x 17.78 CM
Shipping Weight: 0.16 KgPeriplus Bestseller Rank:
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To Kill a Mockingbird is a undefined book by words. you may read it in english class and you may find it boring, but it's not. Atticus is the perfect father figure we always wish for, and Scout and Jem is us. curious about things and learn so many about life from life itself and from Atticus. all the lessons in this book are priceless and won't be forgotten. To Kill a Mockingbird is a warm and a perfect book for all time. 10/10
This really is the best book I have ever read. It is funny, touching, moving and thought provoking.
This might seem a little slow to read, but it is a wonderful book. In fact you learn to think like a little child. You learn that humans as they grow up they become something they no child ever really wants to be. I must say I learned a lot about how black people were treated and how the lives of white americans were at that time by reading this book.
I heard a lot of good reviews about this book but it took me a while before I really get a hold of this piece. Well, I can say that this book didn't disappoint me. Rather than using the point of view of the victim, this book tackles one of the most important issues by using the point of view of a little girl. It is unusual, yet makes it very easy to read. Such a heart-warming, great book.
I won't say this story is one of my top favourite for nothing. I got acquainted with this story when I was still in highschool. I have been re-reading it from time to time since and can only praise Harper Lee's brilliance in writing this story more each time. The book discusses a very important social issue that we still experience today and perhaps many many years to come, that is, the issue of discrimination. It's a very witty, heartwarming, timeless, and profound read, told from the point of view of a growing child. It's got a challenging writing style rich with the Southern American dialect. I enjoyed it very much. Also, I particularly love this book edition because it has a beautiful yet simplistic cover and it has a compact size. Perfect! Everyone should read this. <3
Good story with a children point of view, full of mistery, wisdom and a bit of comedy. love this book