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    The Book Thief (Black Swan) (Paperback) By (author) Markus Zusak


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    Short Description for The Book Thief Liesel, a nine-year-old girl, is living with a foster family on Himmel Street. Her parents have been taken away to a concentration camp. Liesel steals books. This book is a story of: a girl; an accordionist; some fanatical Germans; a Jewish fist fighter; and quite a lot of thievery.
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  • Loved loved loved5

    Carnie This was our first ever book for book club and we unanimously loved it. I read it in in two days in Fiji and just couldnt put in down. The story is very easy to follow but at the same time you can get imersed into the characters so easily. Would def recommend by Carnie

  • Stunning.5

    Carlee The narration is so clever and unique, it adds such a great twist and perspective to an already incredible story. by Carlee

  • Oh ma gaaaawd!5

    kitz This was one of the best books I have ever read in my whole life (and I'm not 16 years old, so I have many years behind me) I felt a huge viod in my heart when I finished it, never felt like this before. Touching remarkable story! Simply just deserves all the hype it gets. I LOVE THIS BOOK! by kitz

  • READ IT5


  • The Book Thief5

    JE Yuk Lin Cheryl Once you have started reading this book, you would not easily stop. by JE Yuk Lin Cheryl

  • All time favourite!5

    Rosita Tupu I love this book so very much. It is so moving and the author has just embarked you on an unforgettable journey with Liesel. You will come to absolutely adore this book so much that you will not forget any names, any events which occur and most of all, any German foul language you will encounter.

    I will recommend it to anyone and everyone. It is, as the title proclaims, one of my most favourite books of all time! by Rosita Tupu

  • BUY NOW you won't regret it5

    Alicia This is book is so cleverly written and I found it a moving book that touched me. The character death was amazingly written into the book and I believe this is a must have book in any avid readers shelves by Alicia

  • Highly recommended5

    Lee Yiyu A must read! by Lee Yiyu

  • Savour each sentence5

    Sonya Matheson I finally got around to reading this book which so many people have talked to me about. A most interesting book; written from the perspective of 'Death' who is quite an amiable and likeable character. Even though 'Death' pre-empts his (I perceive it as a male) own story of 'The Book Thief', it does not ruin the emotion of the story or the events that lead to each outcome. The young girl's tragic circumstances are seen through her positivity and living in the 'now'. The book is interspersed with hand drawn images and text that make the writing of the Jewish man in hiding seem more real. 'Death' viewing of things as colours makes this a very sensual novel. It totally agree with the review by 'Kirkus Reviews' printed on the back cover. "Elegant, philosophical and moving. A work to read slowly and savour. Beautiful and important." This is written so beautifully and descriptive that some of the paragraphs are worth reading twice or thrice. by Sonya Matheson

  • Love it!5

    Emily Mayes This book was fantastically written! I loved the clever use of the character of 'death'. Would certainly recommend. by Emily Mayes

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