The Book Thief : Markus Zusak :And books. This is what the story set against the terrible backdrop of war is about. Zusak accomplished a difficult feat - making me ache for the children of the enemy, the children and people of Nazi Germany, because even when caught in the middle of destruction, even ending up on different sides of artificial barricades people are still people, still deserving of love, still beautiful. This book is the ode to those who kept their humanity in the middle of war , who were so human that nothing could ever change that. Rudy Steiner , the boy with the "hair the color of lemons" , who has so much love and integrity and life view spoiler [that I cried myself to sleep over his fate that Death so casually and cruelly revealed to us hide spoiler ] , who was by Liesel's side since the beginning of their friendship - " A snowball in the face is surely the perfect beginning to a lasting friendship. He tasted dusty and sweet. He tasted like regret in the shadows of trees and in the glow of the anarchist's suit collection.
THE BOOK THIEF BY MARKUS ZUSAK
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User Reviews Parents say Kids say. Yes, the Fuhrer decided that he would rule the world with words. So begins a love affair with books It is A lot of people really like the narrator, and I imagine if you did the book would be much more enjoyable to read?Jul 07, strange mustache, Tamara rated it it was amazing Shelves: fic. Meanwhile Liesel slowly grows up in the heart of Nazi Germany. He would make himself a small.
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Make yourself a cup of tea, find a cosy space and spend some time with yourself. Practise your listening skills and grow your vocabulary. Listen again and read. The extract is below. The narrator here is Death. Some readers love Death as a narrator; others not so much.
I debated about starting a fight that would, spill over to our community. Reader: But I'm already pages in and nothing's happened yet. View all 10 comments. Liesel: Can you read this book for me.
At hook beginning, I felt somewhat intimidated by the idea of Death as a narrator. It is a longer book, and Zusak incorporates many themes throughout the text. I'm giving this book 3 stars for the pretty words and the concept. My wife was shedding copious tears as she finished reading the book, and insisted that I read it immediately.