Trivia games and books are going to need rewrites later this year after it was announced that one of America’s most famous authors is going to be published once again. The author’s first — and until now, only — book has become a mainstay of middle school English literature programs across the United States.
According to ABC News, the publisher Harper has announced it will release a 2 million copy initial run of “Go Set a Watchman,” the 1950s follow-up to “To Kill a Mockingbird,” written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Harper Lee. The new volume will be released in July.
The lines outside bookstores across the U.S. have already begun forming.