Books I dig 001: Markus Zusak – The Book Thief

The Book Thief

Never. Never in my life have I read a book that covers so many of the emotions in the emotional spectrum. Never have I had so much reading cruel and evil stuff about Nazi-Germany. Never did I know (even though it obviously makes a lot of sense) that so many civilian Germans suffered from more than just allied bombing (e.g. being poor). Never while reading a book did I think to myself “Wow, this guy can write son!”, so often. Never have I read a book that had such an original narrator who is so (rightfully) integrated, so the right man for the job and so well (and complete) developed.

Never would I have want to miss out on ‘The Book Thief’.

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