Okay, I finished it last night...that is, To Kill a Mockingbird. What more can be said about an American classic! The reality is that I took a while to get engaged in the book (I think the vernacular got to me until I got used to it), but once engaged (about halfway through), I was hooked and couldn't put it down. Perhaps I am the exception...that it grabs everyone right away, but having read it, I am so glad that I did. I liked the characters; I liked the situations which are still contemporary. Does anyone else feel that way?
Now, I am back to reading a book I received from friends: Whoever Fights Monsters by Robert H. Ressler and Tom Shachtman. It is a far cry from To Kill.. I need to get back to the library.
Any suggestions would be welcomed!
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