Go Set a Watchman - Harper Lee

Go Set a Watchman Book

By Harper Lee

  • Release Date: 2015-07-14
  • Genre: Literary
Score: 4
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Description Book Go Set a Watchman

Go Set a Watchman a book written by Harper Lee genre Literary enjoy.

the book Go Set a Watchman was published in 2015-07-14.

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Reviews

  • Atticus not a racist

    5
    By llama-linda
    The pre-publication reviews of this book played up the notion that Atticus Finch was a racist vs the humanitarian character portrayed in ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’. This was clearly marketing hype that should be discounted. Harper Lee uses this novel to reconcile ‘Scout’s’ personal prejudices about the South gained from living in New York with the realistic views of her father & uncle still living in her home town. Scout comes to the realization that her family’s views reflect her own.
  • Bruh I am cryin

    4
    By natalie hartigan
    so good. So so good. Just wow . One star deducted because . My heart is broken and I wish Jean Louise was happy.
  • Awesome

    5
    By tap money benny
    Trash
  • This is the South

    4
    By JD Fit
    I feel a lot like the adult Jean Louise. WIth her, I watched as the God of Atticus became human. I think it must be hard for a lot of people to realize that their idols are fallible. Harper Lee could not have known when she wrote it that To Kill a Mockingbird's characters would become such literary icons and that we, as a culture, would find in Atticus the perfect parent/mentor/pastor/friend. He was not only her moral compass, but our society's. And it turns out, he was just a man who was a product of his culture and upbringing. I was nervous to read the book. I expected, from everyone's ranting, to find him burning crosses on the front lawn. Instead, we found something much harder: someone we love and admire who hasn't lived up to our ideals. I understand the rant, but I really appreciated the book. The best parents raise their children to think for themselves. To go into the world with a clear sense of what is right and the knowledge that they will always be loved and will always have a home -- even if it's not a home to which the child can ever really return. My family gave this to me. My father was my Atticus, and, I've learned through generations of family and friends, he was theirs as well. And I left home. And I learned how different we are. And I learned, even more, how alike we are. And I learned the he probably wasn't as perfect as I thought. And I learned that the REASON we should love people is for their humanity, because -- as I was raised to believe -- in that humanity is their godliness. I know that as certainly as I know that love. I think it's a good book.
  • Horrible

    2
    By Gghghgjgjgjghyhggfhgg
    I loved To Kill A Mockingbird, but Go Set A Watchman ruined it for me because of its contradicting way that it talked about Atticus and how he was a very racists man.
  • Go Set a Watchman

    1
    By Peg Tanner
    I think this book should never have seen the light of day. Whoever talked her into releasing this did not have her best interests in mind. This seems to me to be a first draft of something she "might" have published. The style of writing does not come close to To Kill a Mockingbird. The language used is simple rather than complex. Characters were not developed. She comes off as a naïve bumpkin who is against segregation. She does not share the flare or wisdom of Scout. She seems like an empty shell. This should never have been published.
  • Dissapointing

    1
    By Drg347
    I read To Kill A Mockingbird while I was in grade school and loved it. I had high hope for this book and it just failed miserably. This is a terrible sequel, 100% do not recommend reading.
  • Disappointed

    4
    By Rosa Romero
    This book had some good moments but it seemed to be the total opposite of To Kill A Mockingbird! I do recommend reading it at least once. Especially since the difference between racism and free speech is more blurred than ever now...
  • A Scam at Best and Nothing More Than A Money Grab

    1
    By JEKelly
    Some day the real story will get revealed. This book is not a sequel but a rough draft, a very rough draft, that became To Kill A Mockingbird after a lot of editing and rewrites.
  • Excruciating

    1
    By Anne_Animal
    TKAM is one of my favorite books. This? This is in my bottom five. It moves at such a snail's pace for the first two-thirds and then, finally!, picks up a bit of steam. Jean Louise can't be so slow to understand what is going on with her father and uncle, can she? How many pages are really necessary to clue the reader in to her angst? Not nearly as many as Lee uses. I only read the whole thing because it was a Christmas gift and I wanted to say I'd read it all. Ugh! Torture!