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There’s a catch, you see. How can I be unprepared enough to cry if I am being constantly and in a rather deadpan fashion reminded that I ought not to care about this character, because he’s really just a Mauve Shirt?

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 sins.

Please, Salvzva, pleasejust end it. I write this review under severe duress. It’s not going to happen. You can feel your eyelids getting heavy. The setting was super depressing.

Only the first pages, luckily. And practically nothing happens in the first place, so everything that COULD make me care for the book is now ruined. I likened his “voice” to that of a cross between Neil Gaiman and Douglas Adams.


Bambin Book Thief-Parts 3 and 4 6 9 Dec 17, Home About Help Search. To ask other readers questions about La bambina che salvava i libriplease sign up. But it isn’t, because it follows a formula.

La bambina che salvava i libri

It was a good book. Markus Zusak ; Mondadori, Find more information about: Advanced search Search history. The way it was written was just so awful. View all 5 comments. That said, it’s still a good book.

Still, my rating would probably be higher if I had been the age of Rudy or Liesl when I first read the book. But at times the story felt so special and touching, and then I just thought it was boring!

Are there any other kinds of girls out there? View all 16 comments. It shows people cowed, bullied and brainwashed by Nazism, but also people who resist it heroically, even though they rarely come through unscathed. That is the salvav thing I have ever read in my entire life.

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This is why I blame the setting: Make no mistake though. I babina deeply for the traumatized Liesel and the terrified, lonely, suffering Max. Sometimes, I feel all that I do is rag on books. To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video.


Fifty pages in, I thought I was in for another profound and life changing experience. She tore a page from the book and ripped it in half. Death as a narrator is by and large the first thing you’ll hear about this book. Aug 09, Sophia. Liesel says to Rosa, “Goddamn it, you were so beautiful. Not even a little bit. The Book Thief-Parts 1 and 2. It was one of those really unique books not just the plot but also with the narration and writing.

I cannot really say much regarding him. Another character that plays an important role in this book was Ruby. They are what makes life worth living. I also loved the book narrator of Death. The book’s theme of “the power of words” is strong, and for that I praise Zusak. Not only that, but these little details aren’t simply there to beautify the story, or swoon the reader in some way, positive or negative.