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User Review  - atinney16 - LibraryThing

Summary: The story is told by Death and it is s sotry of Liesel who is ten years old and is traveling on a train with her mother and little bother Werner. Liesel and Werner are being taken into ... Read full review

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User Review  - br14zamo - LibraryThing

Liesel Meminger was a ten year old girl living in a world where Hitler is still running the holocaust. Although Liesel isn't a jew, her family were communists. In the beginning of the book she leaves ... Read full review

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User Review  - ac19193 - LibraryThing

Set in Nazi Germany during a time of death and disruption "The Book Thief" author 's intense writing skills reveals the importance of "books that fed the soul." I remember your interest in the ... Read full review

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User Review  - MomsterBookworm - LibraryThing

Set in the backdrop of Nazi Germany during World War II, the story is narrated by Death, who has the 'job' of collecting the millions of souls lost in that time. However, this story is not macabre in ... Read full review

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User Review  - FrancescaForrest - LibraryThing

Stories set in Nazi Germany are like a bad dream that you’ve had repeatedly. You’ve had the dream so often that you have a premonition, even before you’ve realized that you’re in that dream again ... Read full review

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User Review  - angelad1 - LibraryThing

The extraordinary #1 "New York Times" bestseller,Markus Zusak's unforgettable story is about the ability of books to feed the soul. It is 1939. Nazi Germany. The country is holding its breath. Death ... Read full review

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User Review  - rgruberexcel - LibraryThing

Michael L. Printz Honor Award. RGG: Amazing story with Death as the narrator about a German family's survival during World War II. The story includes their hiding of a Jewish man. The tone of irony just increases the sorrow and horror. Read full review

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This is a book that i believe should be placed on the shelf right next to The Diary of Ann Frank. It not only explains life as a Jewish citizen in that time but of the German citizen who hid them. The book is one that has made me weep with such sorrow. I have never actually felt so connected to a story such as this one. If I had owned this book, I would have read many more times. (I am a 15 year old girl in my first year of high school.) I would highly recommend that all students from grades 9 to 12 should read this book. 

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User Review  - Marie Waters - Goodreads

The language use in this book is incredible. They really paint an incredible picture. The book is so descriptive and I mostly enjoyed it. I've been trying to read it for several years and couldn't get ... Read full review

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User Review  - mochap - LibraryThing

different take on the subject--took a while for me to get drawn in, but ultimately found it deeply moving and very engrossing. Read full review


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