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This book is very strange not to mention all the potty words there are kids who could just come and read this book and learn more than they should I suggests this book for older people. (Teens and Adults).

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The best description l can give of this book is actually my favorite quote of the entire book.
"It's just a small story really, about, among other things:
* A girl
* Some words
* An accordionist
* Some fanatical Germans
* A Jewish fist fighter
* And quite a lot of thievery."
It is one of the early things said by death in the beginning narration of this book, it is one of the simplest things he proclaims during the whole book. At the beginning this quote meant nothing to me, by the end it meant everything.
l would highly recommend this book to anyone, but be warned it is not what you're expecting never the less you will enjoy it.
 

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I liked it!

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Great story, I laughed, I cried, but most of all I read it like I was reading someon's diary. Keep writing, this book may actually get people reading again! The way the srory is told, and the way Liesel adapts with her new mamma and pappa teaches us just how far we have come, or some of what we've possibly lost. Depending on what you take from the story. I give it at least a 9. 

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This book was EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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This book is one of the best books you will ever read! It doesn't matter how tough you think you are, you are guaranteed to cry at some point in this book!

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My favourite book in the world, this is always my first recommendation!
A beautiful novel about a girl who is saved by words, based in Nazi Germany,1939. Liesel is fostered by Hans and Rosa
Hubermann, two kind and loving people. Hans, an accordinist who teaches Liesel to read, is a charming and warm character that won't be forgotten.
There is also the comical Rudy, a boy that falls in Love with Liesel, together they go to places near and far, experiencing tears, joy and first Kisses.
I would recommend this book for ages 11 - 111!!!
It will change your life and stay with you forever!
 

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This is one of my all time favorites. Liesel is all alone until she meets her foster parents, Hans and Rosa. She learns to read and steal books. A whole bunch of unexpected twists. Zusak's best book yet. TD

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Very good book.
A must read for anyone. Interesting, refreshing, and innovative.

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For sure read
Great book from an interesting perspective!


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