"I think there's just one kind of folks. Folks." Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird
I finished reading To Kill a Mockingbird today, and I must say I had no idea what I was in for when I started it. At first I was drawn in by the gothic themes, that sadly dissipated. But also loved the intensity of the trial, as we ventured down that road.
Atticus Finch is often referred to the greatest character in literature. Now I'm not sure I would venture that far but I will say he's probably the best father in any fiction.
One thing I really enjoyed with this book is that, the full truth was suggested but not written out. That while yes, some things you cannot argue on the facts of, but there still is that grey area of wonder.
Those are just some of my thoughts, and I'll just leave this here.