Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Starred Review. Grade 9 Up– Zusak has The Book Thief eBook: Markus Zusak: site Store. A girl. • Some words. • An accordionist. • Some fanatical Germans. • A Jewish fist fighter. • And quite a lot of thievery. I saw the book thief three times. DON'T MISS BRIDGE OF CLAY, MARKUS ZUSAK'S FIRST NOVEL SINCE THE BOOK THIEF. The extraordinary #1 New York Times bestseller that is now a.

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Report as inappropriate. I've spent a year and a half reading this book, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Himmel street came vividly to life with every page I turned, and through the lens of childhood it almost became a second home. There are glimpses of happiness in Leisel Meminger's life between lives, and although the reader is careful not to expect happy endings, the final blow is still delivered with a semblance of kindness.


The central theme of the book is eventually presented with almost childlike clarity. I hope you enjoy navigating this story just as much as I did.

Wow, this book is told by Death, the narrator. I admit it confused me a little for the first few pages but once I wrapped my head around that I could not put it down.

It was not really a story about books or stealing. That was a small part of it. It was about a young girl's childhood and different relationships with people during WW2 in Germany. Thumbs up; give it a read! I have tried reading this book at least 5 times. Not sure whether it's the author's style of writing or the subject matter; but I could not slough through this one at all.

It has been a long time since I have read a book that had both touched me and impressed me in the way this one has. The writing is remarkable and the character of Leisel is both believable and incredible. This is a book that everyone should read- it is accessible for young teen readers yet able to capture the hearts and minds of older readers as well.

Although written from the perspective of death, it is not gratuitous or shockingly graphic. It is real, touching, uplifting and heart breaking. It does not cover or dress up the horrors of war, but places them in a role that allows life and hope to prevail.

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Was iffy at first, but I loved it. Now I'm mourning the fact that its finished.

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We appreciate your feedback. OK, close. The second half moves along at a much quicker pace and with much higher stakes. There are some red herrings near the end, implying one ending while leading to another, but overall it is pretty solid.

The characters are lively, the girl is outstanding, and there are glimpses of her family that offer rare moments of joy and love. And it moved me to tears at the end. And even the storyline written by the Jewish man in the basement is that it is all because of the Fuhrer, that Hitler is the only truly evil one. There are parts of it that read like almost an apology for Nazism rather than a sense of accountability for the nation's deeds.

The extra materials at the end tell how the author was inspired by his grandparents' accounts of the ordinariness in some ways of the war in Germany for Germans - something that happened around them, or to them, not committed by them.

In terms of the writing, the first half is a bit slow and dull, and the constant foreshadowing is repetitive and annoying at the start, less so at the end. The caricature of the mother is ridiculous; she only becomes human near the end. Finally, and this is a bit of a spoiler, the story ends rather abruptly, leaving out a huge opportunity to tell some more story.

I know this book is aimed at teens and is hugely popular, but I would not wants someone relying on this book as their only source of history. I am not personal friends with the author, nor do I follow him on social media. Liesel is living with non-permanent parents, Hans and Rosa. All through the story, Liesel takes numerous books.Readers waiting for this title: This is part of history and, as poet and philosopher George Santayana said, "Those who do not remember the past are doomed to repeat it.

It's Me, Margaret site Edition. Was iffy at first, but I loved it. Deals and Shenanigans. I Am the Messenger. It is an important piece of work, but also a wonderful page-turner.

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