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Allan Corduner
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Hooked on Books
Hooked on Books rated it 6 years ago
Septimus Heap Series, #1...My 9 year old son and I listened to the audio version in the car. It was really good- a lot of fun! He got wrapped up in the story too which isn't an easy thing for boys. The narrators were fantastic though which makes a huge difference! I never listen to audio books with ...
William's Book Blog
William's Book Blog rated it 8 years ago
Big mistake. I teared-up during the last chapter - happy tears and sad tears. Narrow, twisty country lanes, but not much traffic coming the other way, fortunately, so I arrived at work in one piece. I've read the book before (and seen the film, which wasn't bad at all, though necessarily lacked ...
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 8 years ago
I love this book. It made me so emotional. And not just for the reasons one would assume since it deals with the period during WWII when the Jews were treated so horribly. I loved it so much because of the understated relationships. Rosa Hubermann (Mama) seems so mean, but she's a softy at heart...
Her Fine Eyes
Her Fine Eyes rated it 8 years ago
***Note: this review assumes that you've read the book.*** One-sentence summary: An impressive piece of prose and character, marred by some clunky phrasing and a lack of weighty themes. Honestly, if I were handing out stars, I'd probably give this one five, because of the scope of it, and becaus...
Word Revel
Word Revel rated it 9 years ago
As many children left their families for foster parents during World War II, so did Liesel and her brother, except he did not survive. He never did reach the doorstep of Hans and Rosa Hubermann. The loss of her brother was Liesel’s first encounter with death. It was then too that Death started takin...
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