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All the Light We Cannot See

Paperback - 23 April 2015
ISBN-13 : 9780007548699
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6 customer reviews Between 3−4 stars rating, 16 June 2022
Heartbreaking :(
By: Lia Untari

“When I lost my sight, Werner, people said I was brave. When my father left, people said I was brave. But it is not bravery; I have no choice. I wake up and live my life. Don’t you do the same?”

6 customer reviews Between 4−5 stars rating, 07 April 2021
A piece of literature that reminds me of why I love literature
By: Vivit Wijayanti

Anthony Doerr describes the characters extremely well. Not only that I can feel what they feel, but I can also feel the atmosphere. Bottom line, it's a bit of a complicated fate of two kids live in the same period of war, but the way Anthony writes it just astonishes me beyond anything. If I could give the book more than 5 stars, I would.

6 customer reviews Between 4−5 stars rating, 19 March 2018
it's easily one of the best books I've read in years
By: Adheliya Setyorini

Every bit of this book was amazing. Beautiful writing, heart-wrenching story, and exceptional characters. I can see why it won the pulitzer prize. Strong recommendation!

6 customer reviews Between 4−5 stars rating, 19 March 2018
The best books I've read in years!
By: Adheliya Setyorini

This book is easily one of the best books I've read in years. Beautiful writing, heart-wrenching story, and exceptional characters. I can see why it won the pulitzer prize. Strong recommendation!

6 customer reviews Between 4−5 stars rating, 09 November 2017
With plenty of tears along the way.
By: Karin Sarwono

this book explores the different sides of war through the eyes of Marie-Laure LeBlanc, a blind French girl who participates in the French Resistance and Werner Pfennig, a conflicted German boy who reluctantly becomes a member of the Wehrmacht. 

my heart is breaking not only for the people who suffered terribly at the hands of the Nazis but also for the youth of Germany and how they suffered too, with all the horrible things inflicted upon them. it reminds us that NO ONE leaves the war unschated, that war changes people. 

it's very powerful and deeply moving, and it totally deserves that Pulitzer Prize. 

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