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I cant go any further without talking about the writing itself. The temptation to end it differently must have been humongous. She falls in love with books and takes to stealing during that trying time.
Really? Really? Would hitler be nothing without words? What about self-loathing, misplaced blame and hatred, an ideology, xenophobia, charisma, an army, and a pride-injured nation willing to listen? Dont those count for something? The shit-storm comes to an end when a bomb lands on our fictional town, wiping out everyone save for the sometimes book-thief main character. This book will help you understand how cruel and evil humans can be because as far as im concerned, wars are born because of the misunderst this book, heart-rending as it is, deserves to be hailed as one of the greatest books of the world history. This international best seller features a healthy sense of dramatic irony, with the german setting and the strong use of script-like construction becoming reminiscent, vaguely, of by using a surreal personification as a narrator, the author has softened the blow of the harsh setting and thus, incredibly, makes the characters more accessible and makes the reader approach an empathy with them that may otherwise be unavailable.
Incredibly insightful observations and occasional dry humor are only some of the things no one but death could have brought into this story. The friendship between liesel and max is so beautifully done, and something thats pretty atypical for a ya book (or for any book, i guess) i mean, theres like a 10 year age difference between them or something, and it could have come off as super creepy, but it isnt at all. The book thief and markus zusak should find their place in every school textbook all over the world. Real life is hard enough for me to get upset and stressed out by a mediocre book.
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The Book Thief has 1,230,919 ratings and 91,601 reviews. Sophia. said: THE BOOK THIEF: A Summary. Liesel: Hi, I'm Liesel. I have no personality, but I'...
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Markus Zusak. At a young age, Zusak has already asserted himself as one of today’s most innovative and poetic novelists. With the publication of The Book Thief, he ...
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Great writing, engaging plot, interesting characters that will capture your heart. Zusak manages (ingeniously, i should add) to blend first- and third-person omniscient narrators by making his death (with a capital d, as in the grim reaper), an intriguing if not entirely surprising choice given the novels setting. Writing like this is not something just anyone can do its true art.
So i dont know what else there is to say. The temptation to end it differently must have been humongous. I mean, whats wrong with me? Did i not get it? Obviously it must be a lack of intelligence or something because seems to rate this 5 stars.
And surely this is liesels story not deaths just as gatsbys isnt nicks. Death foreshadows constantly, so we know a bit about which of the characters will die. I have given you two events in advance, because i dont have much interest in building mystery. Because then, i could easily blame nature for condemning us to a life-threatening disease, and we would be free of all blame.
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