Ide Kwan Kwan desde Nueva York
Self-indulgent, Libertarian claptrap.
I really loved this book. It's a well written story which is narrated by Death during WWII. Death is intrigued by Liesel, a little girl who steals books, and follows the events of her life in Germany. It's a moving account of Liesel's character and how her poor German foster parents opened their hearts and their home to forever change the lives of two total strangers. The theme here is love and compassion, and "Death" does a fine job of telling this story in an amusing and artful way.