BRIDGE OF CLAY

by Markus Zusak

The family saga of the Dunbar brothers.

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    • It cannot be by the same author as "The Book Thief". I could not get through the first few chapters. I could not figure out what was going on. I NEVER stop reading before the end. However , it was too difficult for me to complete. I wasted a good amount of money on the book.
    • I couldn't wait to read Bridge of Clay after reading The Book Thief. As I turned the page in Bridge of Clay I thought hummm I must have missed something. The storytellers random thoughts or just added phrases or words seemed misplaced but I kept on reading. The book demands attention! It's a family saga full of love, anger, heartbreak, failure and accomplishment. Clay is the bridge. I loved it and finished with tears in my eyes.
    • This was a selection by my book club when I wasn't there. The constant changes in time were confusing. Even at the end, I still don't understand what the point was. I would never recommend this book to anyone.
    • What a beautiful storyWith beautiful writingI love this book
    • Zusak’s style of writing is full of twists and sage yoda-like wisdom this go-around. An epic family tale spanning decades - tragedy, redemption, loss, and love: Zusak has delivered once again.