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Markus zusak's fiction bestseller the book thief follows a young girl, liesel meminger, as she lives under hitler's rule the book begins when liesel is sent to. The book thief followed in 2006 and was met with even more critical and popular success zusak lives in sydney, australia and continues to write fiction.
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