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[ Read Online The Book Thief ½ library-science PDF ] by Markus Zusak â I am very disappointed with Kindle s dictionary coming together with book The idea to have a dictionary with the book is awesome, but without prounounciation of entries in the dictionary bothers me.
As a second language, reading in English, I still come across new words The dictionary helps me to expand vocabulary However, in kindle s dictionary, it does not give the pronounciation of entries of the dictionary Learning a language, the first thing is to know how to say the words If I do not know the meaning of the word how can I say it I do see the improvement of the dictionary When you select a word by pressing it for a second, three Windows pops out at the same time The definition of the word, the Wikipedia explainations, and a translation window that can put his first language as the target language Interestingly there is a speaker button in the translation window, which you ca An amazing story of citizens in Germany who don t agree with the changes that are happening and are willing to risk their own lives to prove it Although fictional it s very believable and keeps you on the edge of your seat The author truly has a way with playing with your imagination and emotions Excellent read Excellent book and a very good read It s not something that I would normally pick up however I find that the most interesting character in the book isn t even the main character I would say the narrator Death is actually the best part of the book and would like if there was another book focused on him.
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak is excellence at the highest degree For those looking to find themselves in a world as descriptive and incredibly thought provoking as this piece, you have found yourself a masterpiece.
Set during World War II, the author takes the reader on a journey through hardships faced by both Germans and Jews told through the eyes of Death This is an excellent book to read if you have a keen interest in War, Holocaust and human survival Each page is enthralling and heart wrenching This is a true classic that belongs on everyone s bookshelf.
I am an avid reader and this is one of my favorite books of all times I have read it multiple times and each time find something new to love about it The story is beautiful, funny, deeply sad, thought provoking, but also cautiously optimistic The characters are beautifully flawed and very relatable The first few pages are unusual the book is narrated by death who starts out a bit flowery but you soon get sucked into the rhythm of the book I cannot recommend this book enough.
This is a MUST read I saw the movie first and decided that I needed to read the book I fell in love with it at the very first page Please, trust me, I most definitely can be cheerful I can be amiable Agreeable Affable And that s only the A s Just don t ask me to be nice Nice has nothing to do with me Markus Zusak has an amazing use of words and there is so many quotes in his book that I would love to quote It is a book which not only tells us so much of the historical era in which it was written, but he makes us feel like we are right there on the street, or in the room with his characters What can I say This book gives me the shivers.
This was a book about horrible things, but also hope And even when it was dark and scary, Zusak was able to bring a lightness He ended the book the way it should have ended it brought me to tears actually sobs Tears ran down my face when it ended because I honestly felt like I was losing f The Extraordinary New York Times Bestseller That Will Be In Movie Theaters On November Markus Zusak S Unforgettable Story Is About The Ability Of books To Feed The Soul It Is Nazi Germany The Country Is Holding Its Breath Death Has Never Been Busier, And Will Become Busier Still Liesel Meminger Is A Foster Girl Living Outside Of Munich, Who Scratches Out A Meager Existence For Herself By Stealing When She Encounters Something She Can T Resist books With The Help Of Her Accordion Playing Foster Father, She Learns To read And Shares Her Stolen books With Her Neighbors During Bombing Raids As Well As With The Jewish Man Hidden In Her Basement In Superbly Crafted Writing That Burns With Intensity, Award Winning Author Markus Zusak, Author Of I Am The Messenger, Has Given Us One Of The Most Enduring Stories Of Our Time