All The Light We Cannot See ~ Anthony Doerr


Ahh, where to begin my review of All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. How do I describe this over 500 page world of wonder the author took a decade to write for us? How do I express dutifully a novel of love, compassion, with landscape and realities of World War II, Saint-Malo, France. How to give deserved justice to the poetic, emotional writing of Author Doerr. How to express the beauty of the blind and the courage of men. This novel was loved by The Mindful Readers. The intelligent phrases herein exhausted our enduranced reading minds. The bright, curious, graceful blind girl named Marie-Laure from Paris stole our hearts. German orphan boy Werner with a golden soul, tracker talent, and Resistance obligations broke our hearts, but in the most profoundly beautiful way. If you enjoy historical fiction, have patience for a little supernatural flair that fuels the heart of this fire, and are looking for a book to slowly get lost within its detailed pages — gratefulness, hope, sadness and all — this one may be for you and your strong heart looking for all the light we must always see. 4/5 stars ~ k

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