Though best known for transporting readers to Nazi Germany in his equal parts heartwarming and heartbreaking bestselling novel, The Book Thief, Markus Zusak has many credits to his name. Penning the Underdogs trilogy, The Messenger, and The Book Thief (which was also turned into a popular film), all before the age of forty, Zusak has left fans eager to see what he will come up with next. This biography of the award-winning author examines his early influences, including his parents' tales of life during World War II, and his development into a writer beloved by readers of all ages.
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