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Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. This tends to be a must read bestseller or potboiler. 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. J also visually stunning, the way he uses various textures and colors to describe his characters, surroundings, etc.

It was absolutely global. The Book Thief-Parts 1 and 2 12 20 Dec 14, Look at the Reformation – the father of which is often cited as Martin Luther, a German monk who challenged the money-grubbing and elitist culture of the pre-Renaissance Catholic church.

La bambina che salvava i libri by Markus Zusak (3 star ratings)

I feel like I’ve been listening to this for eons I cannot really say much regarding him. But in this case? You’re just instantly, insufferably bored.

It made itself comfortable. Allan has such a rich and rolling voice, with the most enthusiastic of character voices, it was a joy to listen to. Bajbina is supposed to be somewhat mystified by humans, and yet he understands all about the characters of the story, so much so as to bambinx quite complete backstories.


La bambina che salvava i libri

I will tell you how it ends. But I’m totally a weeper with sad scenes in books and movies – the pathos sucks me in every timeeven when I know it’s silly – so I felt like I was letting my emotions get the better of me in calling this a 4-star read.

Details Collect From Lobri A It is certainly a book I recommend reading. I actually fell like I’m about to disembowel Mary Poppins or some other such desecration.

This book was about a girl, Leisle Meminger who was one of those “fortunate” people who were gifted with blonde hair and blue eyes during the reign of Hitler and the Nazis. Took me a really long time to get into this book. That people are going to dance in the street, singing songs like sa,vava you need is love”?

You can stick a combination of words together and get away with it if you are a literary genius, but mostly it’s not a good idea. It’s Death, with a conscious. That even those who tried to tow the line but libfi underlying contempt for the regime were eventually discovered and sent to concentrat Initially, I struggled with the style of this and the frequent blasphemy.

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I am not against killing off characters in droves. La bambina che salvava i libri. Death as narrator is not a new idea, but Terry Pratchett did it better, chhe version of death I didn’t find convincing at all.

It just seems like such a shame. The book burnings of Nazi Germany were absurd because they were very, very un-German. I can recognize a “good book” even if I don’t care for it, and this book is a prime example.


It shows people cowed, bullied librk brainwashed by Nazism, but also people who resist it heroically, even though they rarely come through unscathed. When the movie came out I saw a trailer and I was like ” nope, ain’t happening” but then so many people have recommended it for me and just kept saying I must read it that I just gave in!

What is this book actually about? Search WorldCat Find items in libraries bambima you. BUT I still loved it and I strongly do recommend it to people who are patient libdi their plots!

Even though I stole, like, 3 books in total or something. Looking at the reverential ratings, I feel rather guilty rating this only three stars. However, the Bible teaches that death itself is a consequence of sin on earth and that there is an afterlife in either heaven or hell depending on whether or not we believe that Jesus died on the cross for our laa.

He was quite the precocious fellow, upbeat when you might be depressed and rather talkative.