8 Day Reading Reflection #4 “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee

During my holiday, I’ve spent a lot of time reading “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee. The story shows the aftermath of the Great Depression from the perspective of a 6-year-old named Jean Louise Finch. This novel continues to bring light to justice and punishment during the time and similar aspects. I have found the concept very interesting as the author is very skilled at including small, effective details to help the reader visualize the situation very clearly. I have completed 3 works of fiction so far “To Kill a Mockingbird” being the fourth installment. I still believe that the first book I have completed, “We Are Okay” is most impactful. I had the excruciatingly painful experience of reading through the mess of a book known as “Ready Player Two” by Ernest Cline and evidentially that book did not come close to being as impactful as the others. I think that the current novel I am reading would prove very useful for writing a literary essay as it consists of many literary techniques and a very important historical aspect.