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I think it could have, perhaps even should have, been summarized emphasizing the tedium, joy and innocence of childhood, of course by a good pages. Why can’t I get that through my skull? That doesn’t happen, though. I loved the narrator of this book. All three of us ended up liking, but not loving it the way so many of our fellow readers seem to. Did I find the narration interesting?

What good were the words? The imagery and metaphors were so gorgeous and compelling. It was close, but however much I hoped and held my breath, the cigar was never forthcoming.

La bambina che salvava i libri

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Please, Markus, pleasejust end it. That said, I think this book is important for its one shining success, which is to remind us that civilian populations of even aggressor countries are innocent victims.


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I can care in a you’re-a-fellow-human-being-I-have-empathy-for-you way. It is a complete and passionate misunderstanding about German and European culture in general. I loved you so. Please verify that you are not a robot. Am I a monster? He tasted like regret in the shadows of trees and in the glow of the anarchist’s suit collection.

There is a good deal of humour in the book and at least I can now swear in German.

Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori communities are advised that this catalogue contains names and images of deceased people. As a Christian, I found one aspect of this troubling–death is presented as something akin babmina peace and a freedom from suffering.

Her foster family end up harbouring a Jew and she develops an unlikely friendship with him as he barely survives in the basement. And to be honest, there really isn’t anything wrong – or wrong-er than any other young adult fiction book out there.

And least but not last we had Max – the Jew hiding in the basement. The book burnings are about Germany being stripped of its Germanness. With all of these dazzling reviews, I assumed that this one would appeal to a wider audience than just young adults…and it does.

So that was a nice sentimental moment. I feel like I’ve been listening to salvqva for eons View all 5 comments.


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Australian fiction — Translations into Italian. I could imagine I was reading a collection of short stories and not a full-length novel about playground fights, developing friendships, WWI stories and death. Which makes it odd, then, that this book didn’t stir anything within me. Though the ending is revealed by the narrator in between the book, I still sweat through my eyes like a new born child! Samyuktha i love the book but this genuinely made me laugh my ass off Dec 30, In history classes World War II was always my favorite topic and besides I study originally in Germany so it is always nice to read about history.

They have beaten lungs. I have the feeling that the movie will be less jumbled and more fluid, which might end up making it a favorite of mine. National Library of Australia.

If you love World War II books I write this review under severe duress. Siamo in Germania, durante la seconda guerra mondiale. Dalvava it didn’t really progress until the tail section. I will tell you how it ends.