I for one can't wait to read it. As a big fan of 'To Kill a Mocking Bird' I purchased the book  and yes people still read literature. Go Set a Watchman Harper Lee's long-awaited follow-up to 'To Kill a Mocking Bird'has sold more than a million copies its first week out.

The novel, which Lee actually wrote as an early draft of her classic book, came out on July 14th and has already sold 1.1 million copies to become HarperCollins's biggest-selling book ever. The publisher says its North American print run is now up to 3.3 million copies.

Readers are apt to be surprised by the new book, which portrays Mockingbird hero Atticus Finch as a racist and bigot. (NBC News)

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