My husband and I are among many huge fans of the book and movie, "To Kill a Mockingbird", so it stands to reason that I would jump on the opportunity to buy the new/old book by Harper Lee, "Go Set a Watchman" as soon as it was released.
The week before release, the first chapter was revealed to the public in a couple of news publications. I read it, and immediately knew I had to get to know the now-grown "Scout", and learn about how life is in her old home town after the passing of 20 some years. I wanted to find out how her aging father, Atticus Finch, was doing, as well as her brother and other characters that have become comfortable friends after viewing the movie so often.
Since this is a review written just after purchasing my book, there won't be any spoilers in the beginning, but toward the end of this page there may be as I share my impressions while reading. I'll warn you when we get to that point on the page.
So here we go, come and join me on this literary adventure.