All the light we cannot see

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Number of Pages
531
Publication year
2014
Book Rating
4.33/5 (671753 ratings)

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this is a historical novel about an orphan German boy named Werner, and a French girl named Marie Laure who got blind at the age of 6 lived in Paris with her father. When Germans occupied Paris, both father and daughter flee to Saint-Malo. The boy lived with his younger sister
Jutta. He was a master at building and fixing radios which got him a place in an elite and brutal academy. He traveled through the heart of Hitler youth to the far-flung outskirts of Russia, and finally, he met Marie at Saint-Palo.

the writer has won multiple awards for this book, and the story is gripping and is easy to understand, that’s why people call this the masterpiece of Antony Doerr.

don’t read this book if you think it is a non-fictional novel. At many places, this book it seemed to be fictional.

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In the acclaimed Anthony Doerr, the lovely New York Times bestseller about a boy and a French girl whose paths collide in France attempt to endure the devastation of World War II. When she's twelve, the Nazis occupy Paris and dad and daughter flee into Saint-Malo's citadel, where the reclusive uncle of Marie-Laure lives from the sea. With them they take what could be the most precious and dangerous gem of the museum. {In a mining city in Germany, an orphan, Werner Pfennig, climbs {} his sister, enchanted with a radio they discover that attracts them tales and information from places they've not seen or imagined|In a mining city in Germany, an orphan, Werner Pfennig, climbs {} his sister, enchanted with a radio they discover that attracts them information and tales}. Werner can be enlisted to utilize his ability and becomes an expert in the fixing and building these new tools. Deftly interweaving the lives of Werner and Marie-Laure, the manners are illuminated by Doerr folks attempt to be good to one another.

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