"Go Set A Watchman" certainly has had its share of controversy.. No one really ever wanted to see Scout grow up and have to deal with adult issues. While "To Kill A Mockingbird" could be very bleak at times, it was the snapshot of young friends remaining true to themselves in troubled times that made it a timeless tale. It has been decades since I last read "Mockingbird" and after I finished "Watchman" I found myself asking "now who was that again" on more than one occasion. So I reread both novels in order or publication and then purchased this fine analysis to help me fully understand what Watchman was all about.
Theveny's analysis is very well written and contains the quality chapter by chapter analyses that I have come to expect from WeLoveNovels. The character list is another standout as it gives you not only the names of the major and minor characters in the book, but also their roles as well. Whenever I need a quality analysis of a novel, the first place I turn to is WeLoveNovels.