Okay. I've been familiar with this book ever since my high school days. This title was kind of popular so almost everyone wanted to read this. UnfortuOkay. I've been familiar with this book ever since my high school days. This title was kind of popular so almost everyone wanted to read this. Unfortunately, during those times of buying, borrowing, and talking about Tuesdays with Morrie, I was the odd one who didn't like reading rising-to-fame/talk-of-the-town books. IDK, I guess it was a culture I personally developed. Don't ever ask me the magic word 'why' coz honestly, even I had no idea. Anyways, that was before. Just leave the past behind so no one's gonna get confused, sad or angry whatsoever. :PP
I decided to finally read this book after so many years of knowing just the title of it. My main reason was just out-of-curiosity-thingy And to be honest, I wasn't disappointed nor felt sorry for myself for wasting my time on reading this. For me, this is a good read. I enjoyed it and at the same time, it inspired me.
I really thought this sucks. Well, since it's kind of popular I already figured out that there would be some honestly, I don't understand you people who wouldn't appreciate this book. call me shallow-minded IFDC!! It's mah opinion anyway.
I wouldn't feel ashamed admitting that reading this made me cry. This book taught me to appreciate life, to understand death and the importance of developing strong bonds with people. Morrie is one of those ideal professors who wouldn't just teach you lessons by means of words, but also with experiences and compassion. ...more
Sad yet amazing. Overrated figures of speech yet brilliant. Awful events yet life changing.
I could say that The Book Thief is the finest, yes, the BESSad yet amazing. Overrated figures of speech yet brilliant. Awful events yet life changing.
I could say that The Book Thief is the finest, yes, the BEST book I've ever read as far as my reading history goes. This book is a mind blowing story that deals with Family, Friendship, Sacrifice, Compassion, Politics, WWII, heil Hitler, Nightmares, Deaths, books and thievery. Yeah, the title says it so. But what made this book a remarkable one for me is the fact that, well, The book Thief is the very first title that really broke my heart! T.T What a very heartbreaking story, Markus Zusak! I did cry a river of tears for Rudy and Liesel's cute story and how their love for each other ended so tragic. Damn! T_T
Rudy's “How about a kiss, Saumensch?” really tickled my heart :)
Spoiler Alert!!!!! -----> Oh, Death the Narrator loves that, I swear! :DD Though not in the way that would irritate one's reading enjoyment.
The Book Thief is indeed a MUST read book!! <3...more
The story is quite simple and short., but really., it was a good read. I just found this book at the school library while waiting for my next subject.,The story is quite simple and short., but really., it was a good read. I just found this book at the school library while waiting for my next subject., and I guess., it was worth to pass the time. ...more