The Book Thief - Markus Zusak...
Is complete and utter brilliance.
Five hundred and fifty one pages of brilliance.
It made me smile, it made me cry. (Seriously, I cried harder than when I did for the 7th Harry Potter book -- not saying that this book is better than Harry Potter). But one day I just might admit to it.
It takes place during the Holocaust with "Death" as the narrator. Death talks about what an exhausting, black time it is to be who he is and tells the story of Liesel Meminger. Anndd.... now I'm sounding like I'm writing a book report.
The reason why I'm writing this is because:
1) My past journal about liking that person had been there for a very long time and I'm confused about my feelings at this moment of time.
2) Because after you finish this book you just HAVE to recommend it.