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The Thief Lord

by Cornelia Funke

The Thief Lord by Cornelia Funke
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  • First Published:
    Aug 2002, 352 pages
    Paperback:
    Oct 2003, 376 pages

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jimbob (11/05/04)

this book good
worldtravler8888 (10/31/04)

This story was great. I am a freshman in high school and I loved it. I read it for an english project and i don't think i could have picked a better book. The book kept me guessing and I am usually pretty good about guessing endings. It was GREAT!!!!
Veren (10/27/04)

This book was absolutely phenominal. Every aspect of the tale spellbinded me, and I couldn't put it down! I'm a high school student, and even though this book claims to be for readers from 9 to 12, even a 16 year old can realize the excitement and wonder in the story. If I could, I would have given it a ten.
anonymouse (10/26/04)

it keeps the readers nose in the book
yuji fujiyama (10/13/04)

I love this book
I recomand people to read this book
Zijian (10/08/04)

One of the best book I've ever read
Castella (10/04/04)

I recommend people to read this awsome novel.
Melissa (10/03/04)

when I first picked up this book I told my mom I had to get it so I did. I would read non stop for about five hour aday. that's how good it is you should read it if you haven't.

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