Joseph S S de Relizane, Algeria
I never thought I'd like YA fantasy, but this started me on the road...
One of the most important works of 20th Centruy American literature, To Kill a Mockingbird explores the problems of race, class, religion, family, and community in Depression era Alabama. As a must read for many high school students this book enjoys a wide audience, and also a variety of interpretations, but I find its emphasis on family and race to be the most engaging. If you enjoy stories about these topics you will surely enjoy To Kill a Mockingbird.
The only reason that this received two stars was because of Martha, Cable's wife. I found it boring and the constantly shifting POVs made it hard to follow.
This is a good book explaining how McKinsey people think, it's MACE [Mutually Exclusive, Collectively Exhaustive:]. I don't care what other reviewers are saying, I think the author does his job well. Based from his struggle and hard work in one of McKinsey's office, he has the right to say "Hiding from the fact is a recipe for failure, because eventually, truth will emerge". I think you can't call yourself an intellectual if you don't think McKinsey as challenging, so stop hiding from the fact.