To Kill A Mockingbird br Harper Lee
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100 Word Book Review – I was extremely tempted to write the word ‘perfection’ 100 times to review this book. To me, reading this book is the equivalent of falling asleep in your own bed after a long day of work. It’s like visiting with old friends who know you so well. I loved every page of this book and was glad to read it again after so many years. I don’t think I can say much more than has already been said about this novel except to say, “Perfection.” I read this before diving into Go Set A Watchmen which is my current read.
Shoulder up, I reeled around to face Boo Radley and his bloody fangs; instead, I saw dill ringing the bell with all his might in atticus’ face.
The moon was setting and the lattice-work shadows were fading into fuzzy nothingness.
Jem waved my words away as if fanning gnats.
Soft tafata-like sounds and muffled scurrying sounds filled me with helpless dread.
I watched the spark of fresh adventure leave his eyes.
“‘s what everybody at school says.”
“From now on it’ll be everybody less one-“
Talking to francis gave me the sensation of settling slowly to the bottom of the ocean.
“Looks like he’d be proud of it,” I said.
“People in their right minds never take pride in their talents,” said Miss Maudie.
“Whatever she says to you, it’s not your job to let her make you mad.”
“Jem’s got the look-arounds,” an affliction Calpernia said all boys caught at his age.
“I ain’t cynical, Miss Alexandra. Tellin’ the truth’s not cynical.”
“The way you tell it, it is.”
Naw, Jem, I think there’s just one kind of folks. Folks.
I came to the conclusion that people were jus peculiar, I withdrew from them, and never thought about them until I was forced to.
“Hiya, Boo,” I said