All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr


Moving Second World War fiction

The New York Times bestseller from highly-acclaimed, multi-award winner Anthony Doerr, tells the tale of a blind French girl and a German boy who meet in occupied France during the Second World War. When Hitler’s troops invade Paris, 12-year-old Marie-Laure and her father flee with a dangerous secret to a walled city by the sea. At the same time, the orphan Werner, who has a knack for science, wishes to escape the brutal military academy where he is being trained for an elite Third Reich unit. Their two paths cross when Werner is sent to the same walled city to intercept Resistance radio broadcasts. Deeply moving and stunning, All the Light We Cannot See will delight Doerr’s army of fans.  


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