Just back from France where this was my holiday book
I cant believe that I read this when I was about 13 & that I could have understood some of the subtleties - sure that I got the main messages though. So in that case I think it is one of those books that you need to read as both a teenager & as a wise old adult ( I only read Winnie the pooh as an adult & I swear that it was not
written for children with its many philosophical wisdoms)
Not sure what I should write, having never belonged to a book club before
Well I think it was beautifully written & very unusual in that it was written from a childs point of view, albeit a very mature/wise child or was it Scout as an adult/teenager looking back at that time in her life & so giving herself more credit for insights with hindsight?
Off to read Woman in White now