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The Book Thief por Markus Zusak
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The Book Thief (original 2005; edição 2007)

por Markus Zusak (Autor)

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Trying to make sense of the horrors of World War II, Death relates the story of Liesel--a young German girl whose book-stealing and story-telling talents help sustain her family and the Jewish man they are hiding, as well as their neighbors.
Membro:zorak_1996
Título:The Book Thief
Autores:Markus Zusak (Autor)
Informação:Knopf Books for Young Readers (2007), Edition: Illustrated, 608 pages
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The Book Thief por Markus Zusak (2005)

Adicionado recentemente porSapphireMoonlight23, scholler, Rennie80, OswinsSouffle, Ines_MP, shawntowner, ejmw, DonnaDeck, biblioteca privada, UUBNGnagey
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    The Diary of a Young Girl por Anne Frank (alalba, PghDragonMan, Utilizador anónimo)
    PghDragonMan: Both side of hiding during the Holocaust
    Utilizador anónimo: Both are about Holocaust. The Book Thief is from German girl's perspective whereas The Diary of a Young Girl is from a Jewish girl's perspective.
  2. 425
    To Kill a Mockingbird por Harper Lee (paulkid, Utilizador anónimo)
    paulkid: There are many similarities between these books. For example, a strong father-daughter relationship, where the father teaches by example by taking the moral high ground in protecting a persecuted minority - also kids that break down the barriers between secluded and socially awkward neighbors through books and sundry shenanigans.… (mais)
  3. 321
    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas por John Boyne (Booksloth, frsantos)
  4. 262
    Night por Elie Wiesel (Smellsbooks, Morteana)
  5. 258
    Slaughterhouse-Five por Kurt Vonnegut (weener)
  6. 181
    The Hiding Place por Corrie Ten Boom (PghDragonMan, avidmom, rhshelver)
  7. 194
    I Am the Messenger por Markus Zusak (whymaggiemay, rosylibrarian)
  8. 100
    Maus II: A Survivor's Tale: And Here My Troubles Began por Art Spiegelman (kaipakartik)
  9. 90
    Everything Is Illuminated por Jonathan Safran Foer (TessaSlingerland)
  10. 90
    The Chosen por Chaim Potok (avidmom)
  11. 81
    The Devil's Arithmetic por Jane Yolen (whoot, booklove2)
  12. 81
    Number the Stars por Lois Lowry (sleepykid00)
    sleepykid00: Both taken place during WWII, but in different perspectives.
  13. 93
    The Reader por Bernhard Schlink (lucyknows)
    lucyknows: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak may linked with The Reader by Bernhard Schlink using the themes of reading, Nazi Germany and death. You could also pair it with the graphic novel Maus by Art Spiegelman. Atonement by Ian McEwan could work as well because of the young protagonists, war, and reading.… (mais)
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    The History of Love por Nicole Krauss (Ciruelo, heidialice)
  15. 40
    Edelweiss Pirates: Operation Einstein por Mark A. Cooper (davidparsons, jacobwilliams007)
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    The Cellist of Sarajevo por Steven Galloway (mrstreme)
  17. 20
    The Girl in the Green Sweater: A Life in Holocaust's Shadow por Krystyna Chiger (elwren75)
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    Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself por Judy Blume (Runa)
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    Hitler Youth: Growing Up in Hitler's Shadow por Susan Campbell Bartoletti (tiltheworldends)
    tiltheworldends: Nonfiction about BDM that Liesel was required to attend and Hitler Youth group that Rudy belonged to.
  20. 42
    Every Man Dies Alone por Hans Fallada (meggyweg)
    meggyweg: Ordinary Germans during the Holocaust and World War II.

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Since I've first heard about this book that I had doubts about what I would think about it. I read some books about the Nazi Germany and I liked most of them, but the stories start to be pretty similar. Nevertheless, I always felt curious about this story.
This story is narrated by death. It's the story of a German girl named Liesel who grows up during World War II. We read about her life with her new foster parents. Papa teaches her to read and calms her down when she has nightmares. Mama does the laundry for rich people in town, and she swears a lot but she has a big heart. The girl becomes friends with Rudy, her neighbor, a boy with "hair of color of lemons". She goes to school with him and they have some adventures together. He also helps her the best he can.
Later in the book she also makes a new friend: a Jew named Max, one of my favorite characters. He gives Liesel the perfect gift with the few things he has.
There are several interesting characters in the story, but I'll not write about them all because I don't want to ruin it for you. Every character is really well built and they could be real.
Death, who is trying to understand the human race, narrates the story with insightful observations and dry humor, which made me smile. Death is a strong character, imaginary but so real at the same time because of what this characters feels: the emotions, the sensations, the thoughts.
Zusak is a brilliant writer. He makes the reader think about compassion, family, war and atrocities. He wrote the perfect words for every sentence, for every chapter, for every scene, and the reader has to let the imagination go wild.
It's a book with a slow development. It was a slow reading, but not painful. It was slow because it tells the reader the details, but it's not boring. The descriptions are amazing, you can almost feel it as real.
Liesel is adorable. She is a strong little girl who lives in one of the most tragic moments of our history. Although she may seem fragile, she has already been through some painful moments, and she'll have to deal with more during the story we read. She can always find a way of fighting.
After reading so many book about the Holocaust and the Nazis, sometimes it's hard for me to read about those times again. Weather the story is original or not, it always has a little but of the same old details.
One of the reasons I give it 4 stars instead of 5 is because sometimes I had the feeling I was reading a collection of short stories and not a whole novel. Another reason is I didn't feel attached to this book like I felt for others, which I wanted to read without stopping. The book is brilliant, the story, the way it's written... I just felt something was missing. ( )
  misticalKitty | Apr 2, 2013 |
One of my favorite books of all time. Absolutely amazing. ( )
  Tropic_of_Cancer | Dec 16, 2010 |
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The Australian writer Markus Zusak's brilliant and hugely ambitious new young-adult novel is startling in many ways, but the first thing many teenagers will notice is its length: 552 pages! It's one thing to write a long book about, say, a boy who happens across a dragon's egg; it's quite another to write a long, achingly sad, intricately structured book about Nazi Germany narrated by Death itself.
 
The book's length, subject matter and approach might give early teen readers pause, but those who can get beyond the rather confusing first pages will find an absorbing and searing narrative.
 
"The Book Thief" attempts and achieves great final moments of tear-jerking sentiment. And Liesel is a fine heroine, a memorably strong and dauntless girl. But for every startlingly rebellious episode... there are moments that are slack.
adicionada por Shortride | editarThe New York Times, Janet Maslin (Mar 27, 2006)
 
Writing fiction about the Holocaust is a risky endeavor. Most children learn about it in history class, or through nonfiction narratives like Eli Wiesel's "Night." Zusak has done a useful thing by hanging the story on the experience of a German civilian, not a camp survivor, and humanizing the choices that ordinary people had to make in the face of the Führer. It's unlikely young readers will forget what this atrocity looked like through the eyes of Death.
 
The Book Thief is unsettling and unsentimental, yet ultimately poetic. Its grimness and tragedy run through the reader's mind like a black-and-white movie, bereft of the colors of life. Zusak may not have lived under Nazi domination, but The Book Thief deserves a place on the same shelf with The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank and Elie Wiesel's Night. It seems poised to become a classic.
adicionada por stephmo | editarUSA Today, Carol Memmott (Mar 20, 2006)
 

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Trying to make sense of the horrors of World War II, Death relates the story of Liesel--a young German girl whose book-stealing and story-telling talents help sustain her family and the Jewish man they are hiding, as well as their neighbors.

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