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It’s not going to happen. Another character that plays an important role in this book was Ruby. What’s the point then? In a parallel universe, not too dissimilar to our own Following the resounding success of my Locus QuestI faced a dilemma: That even those who tried to tow the line but held underlying contempt for the regime were eventually discovered and sent to concentration camps or slaughtered.

Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Death — Juvenile fiction. Girl who loves to read? Molching is really what ruined this book for me. Historical fiction is rarely historical. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. Now, the writing was far and away the best part of this novel for me.

They are ur family, your neighbors and your enemies while you read.

This is a book you could literally pick up and start reading at any page and find a memorable quote or a unique turn of phrase. Get used to it. I stopped officially reading a 3.


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This book was about a girl, Leisle Meminger who was one of those “fortunate” people who were gifted linri blonde hair and blue eyes during the reign of Hitler and the Nazis. It’s Death, with a conscious. To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. Can you just stop glorifying book thievery?

La bambina che salvava i libri

Leisle, Rudy, Hans, Max, Rosa and even her dead brother The book burnings of Nazi Germany were absurd because they were very, very un-German. But at times the story felt so special and touching, and then I just thought it was boring!

It was repetitive and had a few events which I wouldn’t exactly consider necessary for the plot. I was just so utterly bored with every single one of them, and completely unconvinced.

To ask other readers questions about La bambina che salvava i libriplease sign up. I also think that nearly pages of “subtlety” can make you want to throw yourself off the nearest tall building I liked it, I just didn’t love it.

Regardless of how many books are already queued patiently on my reading list, unexpected gifts and guilt-trips will always see unplanned additions muscling their way in at the front.

Refresh and try again. Go on, ignore me.

I always thought the nazi era was one of the most fascinating yet bitter time periods in world history! Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It’s the story of Rudy Steiner, a Liesel’s playmate, who falls in love with her. I cannot fail to see the little Scout in Liesel’s shoes, as well as I cannot fail to see the good Atticus in Hans Hubermann’s shoes. And if it does, then I haven’t seen it yet. Preview — La bambina che salvava i libri by Markus Zusak. Citations are based on reference standards.


He was just okay for me. It was good to get a sense of what it may have been like to be on the receiving end of the Allies carpet bombing of German cities.

The imagery and metaphors were so gorgeous and compelling. And that is the greatest mistake we can make. I was unshaken by the rest of the deaths. The novel is narrated precisely from the point of view of the Death, which is having its job during World War II, forced into working extra hours by a conflict that causes victims relentlessly.

I dont’s want to go on a rant here, it’s most probably a case of me being at fault and not the book it is a bestseller, after allbut I tried to identify what didn’t work as it was supposed: