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message 1: by Trish (new)

Trish I love your Twilight Zone Episode comment...so true. I love to read and I wish that is all I could do for days and days. Sometimes I get to wrapped up in it and have to come back to reality.

message 2: by Ebby (new)

Ebby no WAY!! I too was affected by that same Twilight Zone episode! I got so freaked out that I made DYMO labels of all of my book titles, and attached them to their spines so that I could find them if I was struck with a sudden blindness (also, it didn't help that I was reading a biography of Annie Sullivan at the same time). It never occurred to me that if I were blind, it wouldn't do me much good to locate my books through my ingenious (I thought) labeling system...

message 3: by Charlette (new)

Charlette I remember that episode as well, I cried because his glasses were broken

message 4: by yuna (new)

yuna kudo I agree to your quote from page 87!
Though he was not successful on the court case, he still made a difference in the society in one way or the other. Though the town folk were still afraid to be different, or to make a difference, they were touched by his words, his actions, and his courage and respected him for the things he did for Tom Robinson

message 5: by Ellie (new)

Ellie Very good review! But, the quote about where "we had given him nothing, and it made me sad" is on page 373. Just letting you know.

message 6: by Sherry (new)

Sherry Mabry This was one of my favorite quotes out of the entire book. I wrote it down and keep it close by.

message 7: by [deleted user] (new)

wonderful :)

message 8: by Houston (new)

Houston I double checked my citation, but in my copy it is on page 320. I must have a different edition than yours.

Ellie wrote: "Very good review! But, the quote about where "we had given him nothing, and it made me sad" is on page 373. Just letting you know."

message 9: by Allison (new)

Allison Stout i loved it. :) great reveiw, and very well writen

message 10: by Ruby (new)

Ruby Kaur What a great review! All the lines you quoted from the book were the same that resonated with me.

message 11: by Jason (new)

Jason Great quotes from the book! Especially the last one.. God, I love this story.

message 12: by Alan (new)

Alan Sheinwald A touching book, simply for being so remarkably real.

message 13: by Adam (new)

Adam Gottbetter Haven't started reading the book yet, but after reading your review I find it captivating!! Adam Gottbetter

message 14: by Christina (new)

Christina I am so glad you pointed out that quote!

message 15: by Brady (new)

Brady Thomas I think this is a very good representation of how addicting this book was. I couldn't put it down.

message 16: by Jeanne (new)

Jeanne Houde I've read this book in my teens, my thirties and my fifties. Each time I read it I find a character or a paragraph that holds new meaning. This is the only book I've read more than twice and now in my sixties I will read again. This is absolutely my favorite book.

message 17: by Bookaddict (new)

Bookaddict stuti This is a beautiful review of a beautiful book. Thank you for not using the short forms that make todays literature.

message 18: by Debbie (new)

Debbie My all-time favorite Twilight Zone episode! It's titled "Time Enough at Last" with Burgess Meredith. Harper Lee passed away today. :-(

message 19: by Kiersten (new)

Kiersten Twilight Zone Ep. Was spot on. I saw this while I was reading the fifth Harry Potter , and was worried RiP Harper lee

message 20: by Jeff (new)

Jeff Mckinley This is my all- time favorite book to read. Classic read. It moving well thought out and touches you like no other can. I can read this story over and ok very. The movie was done in a fine manner also. Just can't say enough. Probably the only 5 star rating I will ever give out.

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