[Epub] ↠ The Book Thief Author Markus Zusak – Buyprobolan50.co.uk

The Book Thief Den Tod Muss Man Nicht F Rchten Er Ist N Mlich, Wie Er Als Ich Erz Hler Von Sich Selbst In Einer Vorbemerkung Sagt, Bem Ht, Dieser Ganzen Angelegenheit Eine Fr Hliche Seite Zu Verleihen Nur H Tten Die Meisten Menschen Einen Tief Sitzenden Widerwillen, Der Es Ihnen Unm Glich Macht, Mir Zu Glauben, So Sehr Ich Auch Versuche, Sie Davon Zu Berzeugen Mit Einem Weiteren Vorurteil R Umt Der Tod Gleich Zu Beginn Auf, Dass Ihm N Mlich Die Menschen Gleichg Ltig Seien Im Gegenteil Ab Und Zu, So Erfahren Wir, Braucht Er Sogar Eine Auszeit, Um Sich Abzulenken Ihr Wollt Wissen , Fragt Er, Wovon Ich Mich Ablenken Muss Es Sind Die Brig Gebliebenen Menschen Die Berlebenden Eine Solche Berlebende, Eine Expertin Im Zur Ckbleiben Ist Die Neunj Hrige Liesel Memminger Von Ihr Handelt Dieses Wunderbare Buch Zum Ersten Mal Begegnet Der Tod Der Neunj Hrigen Liesel 1939 Am Grab Ihres Kleinen Bruders, Wo Sie Auch Ihre Karriere Als B Cherdiebin Beginnt Mit Hilfe Des Handbuchs F R Totengr Ber Lernt Sie Das Lesen Und Muss Fortan Immer Wieder B Cher Stehlen Sie Rettet Auch Welche Vor Den Flammen Der Nazis Und Hin Und Wieder Bekommt Sie Auch Welche Geschenkt Ihre Liebe Zu B Chern Muss Es Sein, Die Den Tod, Der Sich Selbst Hier Als Gro Er Erz Hler Erweist, Die Liesel Lieb Gewinnen L Sst W Hrend Um Sie Herum Bombenhagel Alles In Schutt Und Asche Legen, Findet Sie Schutz Im Keller Und In Ihren B Chern.


10 thoughts on “The Book Thief

  1. says:

    THE BOOK THIEF A Summary Liesel Hi, I m Liesel I have no personality, but I m a cute little girl Death Her name is not Liesel Her name is THE BOOK THIEF and I shall name her that for the rest of the book.Liesel Even though I stole, like, 3 books in total or something Death Shut up, Book Thief.Rudy Hello everyone Have you ever seen a lemon That s what my hair looks like Death Here is a little information you should know this books is filled with many interesting facts Very relevant and everything We shall kick off with the defin...


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    This is a book to treasure, a new classic I absolutely loved it.Set in Germany in the years 1939 1943, The Book Thief tells the story of Liesel, narrated by Death who has in his possession the book she wrote about these years So, in a way, they are both book thieves Liesel steals randomly at first, and later methodically, but she s never greedy Death pockets Liesel s notebook after she leaves it, forgotten in her grief, amongst the destruction that was once her street, her home, and carries it with him.Liesel is effectively an orphan She never knew her father, her mother disappears after delivering her to her new foster parents, and her younger brother died on the train to Molching where the foster parents live Death first encounters nine year old Liesel when her brother dies, and hangs around long enough to watch her steal her first book, The Gravedigger s Handbook, left lying in the snow by her brother s grave.Her foster parents, Hans and Rosa Herbermann, are poor Germans given a small allowance to take her in Hans, a tall, quiet man with silver eyes, is a painter of houses etc and plays the accordian He teaches Liesel how to read and write Rosa is gruff and swears a lot but has a big heart, and does laundry for rich people in the town Liesel becomes best friends with her neighbour Rudy, a boy with hai...


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    UPDATE AUG 26, 2016 This review has been here 8 years, has 18 pages of 854 comments and 764 likes There s no outrage for you to add in the comments section that hasn t already been addressed.If you want to talk about the book, or why you liked it, or anything else, feel free UPDATE FEB 17, 2014 I wrote this review 4 years ago on a foreign keyboad, so I m well aware that I spelled Chekhov s name wrong I m not going to fix it, so please don t drive my review further up in the rankings by commenting on the misspelling You re very dear, but I know his name is Anton and not Antonin On that same note, you don t need to add comments telling me that I didn t like the book because I don t know how to read and don t understand metaphors I actually have an M.A in in English Lit, so I do know how to read much better than you do, in fact Now quit bothering me before I go get my PhD and then really turn into a credential touting ass UPDATE JULY 10, 2013 To all jr high students who find themselves grossly offended by my review please remember that every time you leave a comment here, you push my review up even higher in the rankings Please save us both ti...


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    I put off reading this book for the library book club Here are my three reasons for doing so 1 It s a Young Adult Book I am an Adult It can t be that good if it s written for young people.2 It s about the Holocaust, and I think we ve all heard enough about that The author will probably even focus on colors among the grays, as in Schindler s List 3 I have WAY too many other books to read.After avoiding the book for as long as possible, I sat down, hoping to enjoy it enough to gain some clever comments for the book group.Turns out, most of my concerns were right But one other thing was also true THIS BOOK ROCKS.The first thing any review will say about this book is that it is narrated by death So, I might as well get it out of the way Death, the Hooded One, the Angel of the Night, narrates He is very busy during the war years, as you might expect Some people claim this is a mere gimmick, and that the story is strong enough as it is I agree that this is a strong story it moves like a sailboat on a brisk day but I think the choice to tell it through Death was a good one Death foreshadows constantly, so we know a bit about which of the characters will die Instead of ruining the shock value, this height...


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    I hate it when this happens, I truly do It makes me feel wrong inside when everyone else loves a book that I find to be underwhelming I mean, what s wrong with me Did I not get it Obviously it must be a lack of intelligence or something because everyone seems to rate this 5 stars I was looking through my friend reviews hoping that someone would share my opinion at least a tiny bit and seeing 5 stars, 5 stars, 4.5 stars, 5 stars I can appreciate that Markus Zusak is a very talented writer, some of the phrases he uses are beautiful and highly quotable reminiscent of poetry than prose And the story idea A tale narrated by Death and set in Nazi Germany original and ominous But it was the story telling that never really worked for me This is one of those incredibly slow, subtle books that are told in a series of anecdotes and are meant to cleverly build up a bigger picture but the stories just didn t interest me.I could imagine I was reading a collection of short stories and not a full length novel about playground fights, developing ...


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    I give this 5 stars, BUT there is a disclaimer If you want a fast read, this book is not for you If you only like happy endings this book is not for you If you don t like experimental fiction, this book is not for you If you love to read and if you love to care about the characters you read about and if you love to eat words like they re ice cream and if you love to have your heart broken and mended on the same page, this book is for you This story is narrated by Death during World War II, and it is the story of a young German girl who comes of age during one of the most horrific times in recent history Death has a personality If something bad is about to happen, Death warns you ahead of time My favorite part is when he stomps on a framed picture of Hitler on his way to retrieve a thousand souls from a bomb raid Death is trying to understand the human race as much as the humans are When his job becomes unbearable, he watches the color of the sky as he gathers the souls and carries them away The descriptions of the sky are like nothing I ve ever read A few quotes In years to come, he would be a giver of bread, not a stealer proof again of the contradictory human being So much good, so much evil Just add water p.164The town that afternoon was covered in a yellow mist, which stroked the rooftops as if they were pets and filled up the streets like a bath p.247He was a black suit than a man His face was a mustache p.413He does something to me, that boy ...


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    Video review can be found here


  8. says:

    I feel like I was just given a history lesson but in the most emotionally damaging way possible.


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    When death captures me, the boy vowed, he will feel my fist on his face Personally, I quite like that Such stupid gallantry.Yes.I like that a lot.A few days ago, when I was starting The Book Thief, my mother stopped by and saw the book on my coffee table Having just read it herself and knowing me better than anyone else in the world, I might add , she was determined to save me from myself She did her very best to convince me not to read it She described in detail the three day long headache all the crying had caused her and the heartache she now has to live with, but I m nothing if not stubborn I guess I never learned to listen to my mother I m pretty sure her parting sentence was Don t come crying to me And I didn t I huddled in a corner and cried inconsolably instead Death himself narrates the story about a little girl named Liesel growing up with her foster parents in Nazi Germany At the beginning, I felt somewhat intimidated by the idea of Death as a narrator I assumed that his voice would be dark and thunderous, but for the most part, he was a ray of light illuminating earth s saddest time Incredibly insightful observations and occasional dry humor ar...


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    Just to clarify Yes, I did cry.I ve read a lot of positive and negative reviews for this book I can see why people wouldn t like it I really can Perhaps because I took a lot out of it personally, I found I enjoyed it a lot.Quick test to see if you ll like this book 1 Did you like Anne of Green Gables 2 Can you cope with an off beat, melancholy, caustic, dead pan, self righteous narrator 3 Do you like words Questions 4 8 were all about what kind of underwear you re wearing so don t worry about them.So, let s all gather around for story time with Mistress Kat.Two incidents set me off lately.1 My neighbour came to me and complained about the Islanders for those not Australian the Tongan, Fiji, Papa New Guinea and New Zealand populations of Australia causing trouble and otherwise defiling our great and beautiful nation.2 I was tooling around on Facebook when I noticed one of my friends one of those friends you ve never met except in an internet community hosting a link to a video of a speech from a man addressing the American people I wouldn t go so far as to say that he is reminiscent of a neo Hitler but let s just say that the comparison would not be wholly unearned Her comments on the video were that everything he d said was right, it was time that people sat up and listened for the sake of their country and that it s about time somebody did something Fuck me, I ve heard this phrase so many times What is it exactly that they re referr...


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