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Novel, Young-adult fiction by 马克斯·苏萨克
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Blurb

It tells the story of a 9-year-old girl and her brother were forced to be sent to the foster family in the war, but unfortunately her brother died on the road. After her brothers funeral, the girl stole a gravedigger manual to commemorate her lost family. This is a unique moving story about how the words meet the needs of humans soul. The author describes how a lonely girl spent her most difficult times in her life by means of the power of reading. What makes people determine to face up to the hard life and live better is only book. Perhaps, this story can change your life.

First Published

2005

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box304

Box304

The endin was fantastic. And so was the beginning by the way. It's just everything else was so bland to me. I loved the magical realism parts but it just wasn't kept up with enough or made enough of a theme for me. I guess I rated the book so low just because I saw the potential with it, but the ideas just weren't conveyed in a way I really enjoyed. I also thought the switching protagonists so much was too much

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madalynn.robison

Madalynn.robison

LLOOOVVVEE

0 Responses posted in November
Jeteatto

Jeteatto

Uma historia apaixonante na qual vc chora muito, porém tbm há momentos em que ri!

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janainabezerra

Janainabezerra

Uma história linda, Liesel é uma menina doce e ao mesmo tempo uma guerreira. Apaixonante!

0 Responses posted in January
lt.barros

Lt.barros

A proposta de enredo é muito melhor do que a execução. Livro tediante, talvez se eu conseguir terminar de lê-lo um dia, sem que me dê sono, eu possa mudar de nota.

0 Responses posted in January
ninaklemm

Ninaklemm

BEST. BOOK. EVER.

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Very beautiful, very poignant. Well written and touching.

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stephen.mag

Stephen.mag

Interesting and inciting narration.

0 Responses posted in November
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