Amazon’s 100 Books Everyone Should Read: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

I put off reading this book for a LONG time, but I finally got around to it. I won’t tell you if I enjoyed it or not because then you probably wouldn’t even watch the video. So, go ahead and watch and we can chat about it.

On this day in 2014 I published Books and Judging Them by Their Covers.



22 thoughts on “Amazon’s 100 Books Everyone Should Read: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

  1. Haven’t read this since 9th grade. Loved it then, pretty sure I’ll love it more now. Definitely plan to reread before her next one comes out.


    • I think I definitely appreciated it more now than if I’d have read it sooner. Or been forced to read it. Although I loved Jurassic Park and Dracula and I was forced to read those.


  2. It is a great piece of literature for sure. I guess if you’re only going to publish one book in your lifetime you could do a lot worse.


  3. Completely agree with your commentary. And I enjoyed your rant on the criminal justice system.
    Harper Lee’s book is amazing! I can’t wait until her next one comes out next month. And I think you’ll find Atticus’ name comes up a lot in lists and polls on most influential and inspiring characters in classic literature. He certainly deserves the limelight.
    I also love the face you made when pronouncing Madeleine L’Engle’s name. Hehe!


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