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|Length: 578 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Age Level: 12 and up|
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It'll break your heart but it's worth it! Set in world war 2 Germany, this is a great book for anyone who enjoys historical fiction.Published 5 hours ago by Meghan Toaz
A riveting page-turner, could easily have read in a single sitting if not for life getting in the way.Published 13 hours ago by BJT
I wish I had written this.
The angst, but not maudlin. The horror, but not hopeless. The sorrow with laughter in the middle.
And the prose. Read more
Zusak's writing is some of the best writing I know. The Book Thief is one of the most heart-breakingly beautiful books I've ever read.Published 2 days ago by groundwired
One of my favorite stories. It was narrated by death, which was an interesting take on things. It was well written. Read morePublished 2 days ago by prewby
Strangely enough this is a tale of a happy childhood during the darkest days of Nazi GermanyPublished 2 days ago by Charles F. Kielkopf
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Oh, well I suppose Harper Lee's book better deserves "literary classic". It does speak to the social structure of a southern berg a long time ago, and the highest ideal in fatherly love. Amelia, being a woman pilot left us in the lurch with an unsolved mystery. The Wizard of Oz teaches... Read More
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