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David Zimmermann (2010) The Sandbox.

A classic story of a decent man trying to do right under impossible circumstances, this blistering look at military life in “the sandbox” of Iraq marks the debut of a major new talent.

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Markus Zusak (2006) The Book Thief.

You may be put off reading this exceptional book because Death himself tells the story. But as a narrator, Death is all but frightening. In a sardonic but gentle tone, with great humor, Death conveys the life of Liesel Meminger, a child of 9 years, living in a foster family with her sarcastic step mother and loving step father. Set in Nazi Germany Liesel is saved by the books she is stealing - and, ultimately, by the one she is writing herself.

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