All The Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See
All The Light We Cannot See
by Anthony Doerr
July 6, 2015

This Pulitzer Prize novel is rich with characters that haunt long after you turn the final page. The worlds that Doerr creates are amazingly rich in detail–just like the miniature towns blind Marie-Laure’s father makes for her. But for me, the greatest gift of the book is its language. It astonishes on every page. Poetic, lively, haunting, marvelous. This is also the first book of our new book club. If you would like to join, check out my book club page on GoodReads.

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