Go Set a Watchman Harper Lee

The Sequel of To Kill a Mockingbird takes us about twenty years in the future with the same problems, but new deceptive schemes.

The book outlines this Bible verse, showing corruption in the Church as it outspreads to daily lives

"Go set a watchman, let him declare what he seeth" -Isaiah 23:6
  • The inner war will captivate you and draw you into battle, an atrocity between having nothing to say, but wanting to say everything

"Go Set a Watchman" poses the great controversy of morals vs. lust

Feminism makes its presence known, and portrays the priority of actions in the small Southern county.
This book captures each of your emotions and pulls you forward. Every feeling bunched into one leaves you awaiting the next page.

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