060 - The Mockingbird Parables

I actually picked up with book with a hint of hesitation. I wasn’t sure what it was going to be like, but I’ve never read a great book about a great book. However, I was quite pleasantly surprised. Matt Litton does an excellent job of drawing various lessons and parables out of Lee Harper’s classic novel. He breaks down everything from racism to environmental care to poverty. The book was incredible. It offered excellent insights and showed that the author really did have a strong grasp on the book. You could tell through the reading that Litton is passionate about the novel. I’ve gained new respect for the character of Atticus Finch and this book made me want to go re-read the book. I would highly recommend you go read this book if you’re a fan of the original or if you want some excellent Christian examples in classic literature.

Also, according to the law I’m supposed to let you know that I received this book for free to review. However, in no way has that impacted my review, I wrote honestly and openly about what I thought of the book.

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