I first read this incredible book when I was 14 years old...a zillion years ago, or so it seems. Now, that I'm older, it still remains my favourite book, ever! I downloaded the e-version some time ago and just reread it again, only to realise, I have never left a review. I feel a little unworthy, but e-reading affords us with the opportunity to express our feelings, so here goes... As many others have already covered this wonderful book with appropriate superlatives and honours, I can only add that it is one of the most uncontrived novels ever written, imo. Added to that, the writing style displays a naturalness that has encouraged generation after generation to read this poignant, endearing novel. Lastly, it impacted on me at 14 and it still does. I know Harper Lee has had only one published book in her entire life (until recent times) but, what a book and what characters! To Kill a Mockingbird is a life changing, unforgettable and truly beautiful experience.