Friday, July 10, 2015

Listen or Read the First Chapter of Go Set a Watchman


Since Atlanta, she had looked out the dining-car window with a delight almost physical. Over her breakfast coffee, she watched the last of Georgia’s hills recede and the red earth appear, and with it tin-roofed houses set in the middle of swept yards, and in the yards the inevitable verbena grew, surrounded by whitewashed tires. She grinned when she saw her first TV antenna atop an unpainted Negro house; as they multiplied, her joy rose.
From the Guardian, click here to listen or read the first Chapter.

Although it is not available until 7/14 (or maybe a day or 2 later), click this link below.

Place a hold on Go Set a Watchman

--Michelle at FRL


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  2. I did enjoy reading GO SET A WATCHMAN, and I do think it makes a nice companion piece to MOCKINGBIRD. The issues raised here are the kinds of things people should be thinking about and talking about. I'm very glad this novel was published. I highly recommend it to anyone willing to be challenged.