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  • To Kill A Mockingbird

    Good book, happy I didn't read it when I was younger, I understood it better. Great read

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  • A classic novel

    I finally got around to reading this book and it didn't disappoint! The World seen through a young girl's eyes with curiosity and innocence and none of the anger and bitterness of adults. A great read.

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  • Very good read

    Touches a lot on real issues by then but still much relevant in today context. I recommend this book.

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  • To kill a mocking bird.

    Brilliant but slow. Its a great read, but it take time to get into the swing. Its got a classic view of a non PC world. Glad this type of the world doesn't no longer exist. Well i can but dream.

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  • To kill a mockingbird

    Thought provoking, prejudices come in many forms. Lots of unanswered questions though, why Boo chose that moment to come to the rescue. Did mayella ever confess to wrongly accusing tom?

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