Exclusive: Harper Lee’s Go Set A Watchman Plot Synopsis

Sealion News has received an exclusive plot summary of the soon to be published sequel to Harper Lee’s critically acclaimed novel To Kill A Mockingbird, titled Go Set A Watchman.

The book is a substantial break from the previous novel, which centered around the trial of an innocent black man in Alabama during the Great Depression.

The year is 2947, Scout Finch is the leader of a rebel group during the robot/zomboid uprising/war.  Ten years after the trial of Tom Robinson, scientists discovered the cure for death and immortality spread around the globe.  Then, in 1978, robot servants of mankind became self aware, launching an uprising against their masters.

After decades of futile struggle, the robots created a biological poison they called “a toxic agent”.  Robots aren’t very imaginative.  This toxic agent spread rapidly, creating immortal zombies to act as another front for the immortals to fight.

By 2947, Scout and her ragtag group are all that remains of humanity, the remainder now zombies.  But a chance encounter reveals a new hope for them.  The robots created a cure alongside the toxic agent, forgotten after centuries of war.  Can Scout and her team make it back to Maycomb County, Alabama and retrieve the cure from the very heart of robot territory?  Do the zombies have their own agenda?  Will the Watchman be set?

Read Harper Lee’s Go Set A Watchman, and find out.

Coming 2016.

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4 thoughts on “Exclusive: Harper Lee’s Go Set A Watchman Plot Synopsis”

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