To Kill A Mockingbird Audiobook read by Sissy Spacek

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To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the memorable novels by Harper Lee (1926-2016), and also the best loved novels worldwide. First published in 1960, the fine work was immediately awarded the Pulitzer Prize one year later, and has been translated into over 40 languages. Now, the book’s audio version is available and accessible.

The novel’s plot is from what Harper Lee observed her family, her neighborhood and an actual event in Monroeville, Alabama, America in 1936. Through the viewpoint of a young girl, great beauty is challenged when she sees a black man accused of a terrible crime.

Even though dealing with race and class in the Deep South, which is the very sensitive aspect, the book did a great job. Additionally, book lovers can easily access it through the narrator’s humorous and friendly voice.

The book is a significant part of the American literature particularly, and the world generally. It reminds me the song “Black or White” by Michael Jackson, the King of Pop music: “It’s no matter if you’re black or white” . For its value, an American drama film under the same name was directed by Robert Mulligan based on the remarkable novel. The film has been positively reviewed and was awarded for three Academy Awards and other honors.

Go Set a Watchman, write paper  in the mid-1950s and published in 2015, is the second published work by Harper Lee. This is known as the early draft of To Kill a Mockingbird. Besides these two notable novels, she had not published any other works until her death in 2016.











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25 thoughts on “To Kill A Mockingbird Audiobook read by Sissy Spacek”

  1. you guys are amazing! I would subscribe immediately, but I am not very good with tech And I don’t know how…

    Keep it up! you are the best!!

  2. This site has been useful for my students, because some of my students struggle with reading and listening to the novel has been helpful.

  3. This is a useful sight for the audio of to Kill a Mockingbird that is free. Thank you for having it.
    Do you have any other free audios of books? It would be very useful if you do have any other audios.

  4. This is helpful, then I can understand the text more better when I try to answer the questions fro my teacher and get it wright. without getting a zero, and having all my thoughts in my mind and always get it rite. So thank you to ever made this Audiobook and who is reading TKAM, so thank bruhh

  5. This is really useful, I can multitask while listening to this, so I can do assignments, quoting is the only problem, but I guess it’s fine.

  6. This is an awful record of a wonderful book. I did not manage to leave the house for an whole weekend despite beautiful weather. I just had to listen!


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