All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Absolutely compelling reading. I more than recommend this book. It is required reading!
The characters in occupied France and will stay with you long after you've read their stories. Characters who are miles apart on many profound levels eventually intersect and converge into a crescendo of conclusions.
The descriptive writing is astounding. As the author describes a room, you can see it. When he describes a meal, you can taste it... You feel the anxiety, anguish and every other emotion of the characters.
It's easy to see how this book on the 2015 Pulizer Price for Fiction
You will not put this book down. Enjoy!
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