Winona Leon Leon from Novyi Kalkaiv, Poltavs'ka oblast, Ukraine
Just acknowledgment. Nobody spectacular.
The Book Thief is a prime example for why young woman novels are for more than just juveniles. I adored this book. I was swept away by the prosy narration, helmed by not anything other than Death, the permanent body, struggling with and trying to understand human nature. Leisel (the book thief) is an orphan taken in by a poor foster family in Munich, Germany. The novel takes put between 1939-1943, from when she’s decennial until she turns fourteen. The book revolves around her and the communities of her life, from her mommy and deceased younger twin, her kind, quiet foster father that taught her to read, and her brazen, gruff, and golden-hearted foster mommy. It tells the drama of Max, the Jewish suitor her foster family shields temporarily, and Rudy, the boy-next-door who was Leisel’s best-friend and the boy she loved. It tells the drama of the wealthy matron Leisel stole booklets from and encouraged her to write. And Leisel, the brave, wily girl who harnessed the power of contentions. The Book Thief is a heart-breaking untruism determine during one of the most devastating durations in recent history. But it will make you laugh, bleat, and reflect. Incline read it.
Awful... I didn't enjoy this at all... I felt all the Fairylike drama was just too ridiculous...