When the world found out that the author of 'To Kill A Mockingbird', Harper Lee, had a manuscript of the sequel prepared, publishers got in position to go after it.
Nearly 60 years ago, 'Go Set A Watchman' was written, but was saved like a precious treasure for the future.
Little did Harper Lee know that her first book would become as popular as it did, and now children and adults from all generations are eager to see what happens with the Finch's and Boo Radley, years later.
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Because 'Go Set A Watchman' is such a unique and special book, the publishers have had to actually come in and read the manuscript in person, as opposed to the traditional email or mailing of such documents.
So far, 25 publishers from around the world have hopped on the amazing opportunity to publish what will most likely be another legendary piece of literature, in several different languages.
However, the decisions for who the English publisher will be still has three months of negotiations underway.
In the meantime, the manuscript is being kept very secret, and anyone who wishes to have a part in the publication will need to travel to London to the office of Harper Lee's Literary Agent Andrew Nurnberg, to read the manuscript face to face.
So far, we know what 'Go Set A Watchmen' features Scout Finch all grown up, when she visits Maycomb from New York as she 'grapples' with issues that began in childhood.
Keep your eye out-the masterpiece will be hitting shelves in just a few months.