Go Set a Watchman
by Harper Lee
At twenty-six, Jean Louise Finch – “Scout” – is as independent as ever. She’s on a visit home from the big city where she’s on her own ‘livin’ in sin.” Her high school sweetheart, who wants to marry her, picks her up at the train station. It’s the 1950s. The familiarity of home draws Scout into a false sense of comfort that is quickly shaken. Events force her to reflect on marriage, love, identity and how to relate to others. She is forced to decide who she is. Will Scout settle down and drown her independence and sense of justice in false comfort? Will she fight for equal rights? Or will she run away from her beloved small town?