to kill a mockingbird

O d d i s y~O d d i s y~ Posts: 1,042Registered Users
what do you guys think of this , really?
I'm only in the first chapter and i'm bored.. does it get any interesting , i'm only reading it because many people have categorized it as a classic.. but i'm yet to see that
And the end of the day , all you've got is yourself..:headbang:

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  • hazelnuthazelnut Posts: 199Registered Users
    I had to read this book for a class. It is a bit boring in the beginning, but it does get interesting near the middle of the book. Hang in there!
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  • KookyCurlKookyCurl Posts: 1,980Registered Users
    Honestly? I love this book. The beginning can be a little bit slow I think, I've read it too many times to really remember my impression of it.
  • nynaeve77nynaeve77 Posts: 7,135Registered Users Curl Novice
    It's definitely worth reading.
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  • CurlyminxCurlyminx Posts: 5,581Registered Users
    Worth reading. Most definitely.

    I even like the movie.

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  • EarthyCurlsEarthyCurls Posts: 495Registered Users
    it will get better! keep reading!
  • xcptnlxcptnl Posts: 15,678Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    It's my all time favorite book.
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  • wild~hairwild~hair Posts: 9,890Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Love that book.
  • Oriental CurlOriental Curl Posts: 201Registered Users
    I love teaching TKAM. Hang in there: it's very worth it. By the end I've had 25 riveted 17 year-olds who are disappointed that it's over.
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  • viklaneviklane Posts: 54Registered Users
    This is one of my all-time favorite books, but if you get really really bored, it is one of the rare times you can watch the movie instead.

    And the movie is as good -- if not better -- than the book.
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    This is undoubtedly one of the best novels I have ever read (and I've read it more than once). The movie is pretty true to the book, also.
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  • shorticurlzshorticurlz Posts: 1,056Registered Users
    I loved this book so much, its so beautiful. Don't stop reading, soon you won't want to put it down.
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  • SariaSaria Posts: 15,963Registered Users
    I think it's worth reading, though I don't find it anywhere near as good as most people seem to. I really believe the movie has a lot to do with how people perceive the book, since it is a great movie.
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  • curlygirlymecurlygirlyme Posts: 1,340Registered Users
    I read this in school too and I remember thinking there was no way I was going to get through it but man was a wrong. I loved this story. Finish it I think it'll be worth it in the end even if it's not your cup of tea.
  • automaticflowersautomaticflowers Posts: 3,465Registered Users
    I'm re-reading it, actually. :) The last time I read it was in middle school, so I thought I might have a better appreciation for it now.
  • PoodleheadPoodlehead Posts: 6,959Registered Users
    LOVE this book.
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  • GoddessLalaGoddessLala Posts: 351Registered Users
    I love this book. It does start off a little slow, but it gets much better. It's a wonderful book.
  • fazerfazer Posts: 7Registered Users
    Oh I absolutely adore To Kill A Mockingbird!! Admittedly it might feel a bit longwinded in the very beginning but after a while you won't be able to put if down. I've read it at least 5 times and still love it... Love the movie with Gregory Peck too btw...
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  • juicyfruitjuicyfruit Posts: 751Registered Users
    I want to read it again after seeing the movie Infamous (about Truman Capote and Harper Lee).
  • wavyblondewavyblonde Posts: 1,637Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    My absolute favorite book of all time. I just marvel at Harper Lee's talent. I guess if you're only going to write one book, make it a doozy!
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  • botticelli_girl922botticelli_girl922 Posts: 896Registered Users
    Yes, I know it's slow in the beginning....but keep reading, it gets better. I love the book.
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