I´m on page 86 of To Kill a Mockingbird and since it is a classic beloved by many readers, I feel bad for saying this: I don´t enjoy this book.
After having read a few Coming-of-age stories, I´ve come to the conclusion that I cannot stand stories told through the perspective of a child or an adolescent. Whether it being Dickens´ David Copperfield (another DNF), Dodi Smith´s I Capture the Castle (yeah, right, a DNF) or this book, I´m bored by these kind of stories. I´m not even a big fan of the Harry Potter books, even though I can deal better with a child / young adult narrator in a fantasy setting.
Since I have read 86 pages, I can add $1.00 to my bank account for the Booklikes-opoly.