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Feature & Follow {6}: The Book Thief Stole My Heart

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I joined Feature & Follow again this week hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Each week they pose a question to discuss, bloggers link up and follow each other and the featured blogger that week. Easy enough? Here we go.

If you are visiting me for the first time, Welcome!! I’m Tanya and enjoy reading classics, historical fiction, world fiction, literary fiction, non-fiction…ok well I like most anything.  Please follow me via email or Bloglovin and I will return the favor.  Hope you browse around and share your thoughts with me, I love getting comments and returning the visit.

This week’s question is:

Q:  If you could only have ONE – one book – for the rest of your life. Don’t cheat…what would it be?

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, still my all-time favorite book.  Poignant story, beautiful perspective on life and death.  It gives the reader much to think about regarding our own mortality and how we treat one another.  I do not tend to re-read books because there are so many great books I have yet to read for the first time, but I’d make the exception for The Book Thief.

And well, if you haven’t read it or would like to, join Suey for her Book Thief Read-along!

 

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What one book would you choose? Let me know and as always, happy reading!

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  1. I can’t wait to read the Book Thief.Especially now that the trailer for the movie is out.It intrigued me and I can’t wait finally pick it up!Thank you for stopping by my blog.New follower via bloglovin!

    Elena @ Book Lady’s Reviews

  2. I haven’t read this one (hangs head in shame) but I’m slowly being prodded into it. Following you via bloglovin’
    Vilia @ Backchatting Books

  3. Oh, I LOVED “The Book Thief”. If I could only have ONE book…it’s so hard! It’s like asking me to pick my favorite child. I guess if I HAD to make a choice, I’d say “Pride and Prejudice” because it makes me laugh and has my favorite heroine of all time. I’ve read it probably 25 times (I read it about once a year) and I feel like I appreciate something different about it each time. –Lisa

  4. Every page of this book brings massive tears to my FACE! I saw the trailer for the movie last weekend when I went to see the CIty of Bones…and it looks beautiful~~~

    New Follower via Bloglovin’

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