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The great perhaps

“If you’re eyes could speak what would they say.”

Today I flew up to the skies
Soaring and gliding through the aimless purple abyss
Arms out wide, absorbing the mist; the fog; the universe… 386 more words

Cray Thoughts

#Reviewsdaytuesday The Book Thief: Novel vs. Movie

Let’s start with the novel:  I absolutely loved it.  I’m infatuated with the idea of Death as the narrator, especially considering the topic.  If you’re unfamiliar with the story, it’s set in Nazi Germany, and it’s the tale of a young girl.   581 more words



(…wee hours before dawn)

There was a rat- a tat on his door and the guy knew exactly who would be visiting him in his hole at this unearthly hour. 1,090 more words

The Book Thief (Film)

So it’s taken me a bit of time to get back on here and put my thoughts together. I’ll try to keep it brief.

The film adaptation. 257 more words

Book Thief

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

I’ve decided to read this book because one review said it was life changing. I could not vouch to that but it did brought me to 1939 Germany. 64 more words

In My Honest Opinion

Author Profile: Markus Zusak

Biographic information

Markus Zusak was born and raised in Sydney, Australia, to an Austrian father and German mother[1]. At just 39 years old, Zusak is the author of multiple critically acclaimed novels, which are all influential within the young adult sphere. 1,206 more words