All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Werner is one of the best characters I've ever known. And I do believe that I know him. I love how Doerr details the lives of these two children in WWII all leading up to just a few hours spent together. I simply devoured this book. Doerr's prose is astonishingly beautiful. His style reminds me of how F. Scott Fitzgerald might describe Paris during WWII. I could taste the smoke and feel the vibrations from the bombs. I was blind with Marie Laure and I was conflicted with Werner. There is a love and a hatred in this book that can be felt in every page.
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