Parman Teen Book Review: “To kill a mockingbird” by Harper Lee

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To Kill a Mockingbird is my all-time favorite novel. I originally read this book in eighth grade in school and, to my own surprise, enjoyed it; I reread it again in tenth grade for school and absolutely loved it, for I was able to understand the themes of the novel much better then. Harper Lee does a phenomenal job of crafting her characters; she also selects diction meticulously so that every word has a deeper meaning and connects to her overall theme. To Kill a Mockingbird analyzes the prejudices and injustices that existed in the deep South during the 1900s and is a moving novel that will make you both laugh and cry. My favorite part is the ending, which effectively ties together loose ends and finishes off strongly.

~Niraja, 16 Parman TLLC

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