To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is one of my favorite novels of all time. I’ve read it four or five times and it’s just as exciting as when I first read it.
To me that’s one of the signs of a well-written story. You can come back to it again and again and still be captivated.
It also stands the test of time. I first read the story almost half a century ago and it doesn’t seem to have aged. It wasn’t just a story about racial intolerance even though it certainly handled that issue quite well. It was a story about people.
If you haven’t read To Kill a Mockingbird or haven’t read it in a few decades I encourage you to do yourself a favor and read it.
I think you’ll find it a very enjoyable experience.