All the Light We Cannot See

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All the Light We Cannot See

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Author: Anthony Doerr

Type: Paperback

ISBN: 9780008548353

Date: 12th October, 2023

Publisher: 4TH ESTATE

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  2. Historical Fiction
  3. Contemporary Fiction
  4. Sense Of Place

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SOON A MAJOR NETFLIX SERIES - from director Shawn Levy, starring Louis Hofmann, Lars Eidinger and Marion Bailey, with Hugh Laurie and Mark Ruffalo, and introducing Aria Mia Loberti. WINNER OF THE 2015 PULITZER PRIZE FOR FICTION NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER WINNER OF THE CARNEGIE MEDAL FOR FICTION A beautiful, stunningly ambitious novel about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II. Marie-Laure has been blind since the age of six. Her father builds a perfect miniature of their Paris neighbourhood so she can memorize it by touch and navigate her way home. But when the Nazis invade, father and daughter flee with a dangerous secret. Werner is a German orphan, destined to labour in the same mine that claimed his father's life, until he discovers a knack for engineering. His talent wins him a place at a brutal military academy, but his way out of obscurity is built on suffering. At the same time, far away in a walled city by the sea, an old man discovers new worlds without ever setting foot outside his home. But all around him, impending danger closes in. Doerr's combination of soaring imagination and meticulous observation is electric. As Europe is engulfed by war and lives collide unpredictably, All The Light We Cannot See is a captivating and devastating elegy for innocence. 'Sublime' The Times 'Such a page-turner, entirely absorbing . Magnificent' Guardian 'A masterpiece' Financial Times 'Epic . A bittersweet and moving novel that lingers in the mind' Daily Mail 'A vastly entertaining feat of storytelling' New York Times

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