To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Taken place in imaginary Maycomb, Alabama in the middle of the Great Depression, racism, prejudice, hypocrisy, innocence and sorrow all integrate in Harper Lee’s profound novel, … 449 more words

Book Reviews


Hardly surprising that a Republican wants to ban books, hardly surprising that a Democrat in their fretting over political correctness wants to revise, edit, or ban books that offends their oft times ridiculous sensibilities. 222 more words


I just finished reading Chapter 17 of To Kill a Mockingbird, and there are some pretty crazy stuff. Atticus has just finished questioning Mr. Ewell.  Also when Atticus finished questioning and has concluded that Mr. 33 more words

Real Courage According to Atticus Finch

One of my favorite books and movies of all time is the movie “To Kill A Mockingbird.”  The main character Atticus Finch is a gentle man with firm beliefs and he lives his life according to those beliefs. 532 more words

My Writings

Sabbath Rest Books Talk/An Open Book (March 2017)

Carolyn Astfalk has a first Wednesday of the month book review linkup!

 Sabbath Rest Book Talk returns this Sunday, March 5 at 7pm Eastern!

Please join me along with co-hosts… 341 more words


To Kill a Mockingbird


To Kill a Mockingbird
Harper Lee
(Modern Classic)

What caused you to read the novel? What did you like about it?

I enjoyed the novel very much. 96 more words

Book Meetings

Q&A: Logan and Superheroes

Sonny: What did you think of Logan?

Dr. Liew: A lot of violence and mayhem!

Sonny: What did you think of the aging of the characters? 309 more words