To Kill a Mockingbird is the story of Scout Finch, her brother Jem and their father Atticus, living in Alabama during the Depression. Scout narrates the story of Boo Radley, an African American man accused of raping a white woman, and of her father Atticus, who agrees to be his defense lawyer and what happens as a result... what happens in the town, in her family, and the insights she gains as a child seeing the best and worst of humanity in her small town. It's a beautiful, powerful story about race, justice, growing up and doing the right thing no matter the cost.
And here's our ridiculous reviewer, who gives it a one star. I've underlined my favorite bits:
2) Trailor trash. It's like a woman who was trailer trash had a baby with a sailor. Awww, it's sweet.
3) Deep as a rain puddle wouldn't be a favorite part, if it weren't for this reply from the hilarious Jaz, below: