“All the light we can not see” (Anthony Doerr) – Touches to your hearts

“All the light we can not see” is a work by Anthony Doerr, its background is set in the World War II about the fate of the French blind girl and the Nazi soldier.

Marie Laure, a young Frenchman, was six years old at the age of 18. Her father was a locksmith and the key holder of the Natural History Museum, he made her a miniature model of the neighborhood so she could easily walk and find the way home.

Werner, a German orphan living in a coal mine, is a genius and has a special passion for repairing information devices. It was thanks to that talent that he entered the Hitler Military Academy.

But war has upset the lives of these two young people. Marie Laure lost her beloved father, she lived in misery and the memory of her father. For her only time to go to the beach Mole dipped her bare feet into the icy cold water, then she had only a short time not think about his beloved father.
Two people at both ends of the front line but the way they meet and treat each other shows us the humanity of war. Together they help each other through the fierce days of bombs.

The novel is very well written about the radio towers, shells, Breton city of Saint-Malo, about the legendary diamonds and the way people try to match well despite the difficulties of conflict.

There is a subtle, rich, emotional and very American nature of Anthony Doerr that successfully connects the true thoughts of two young characters in a devastating war with readers. “All the light we can not see” reveals Anthony Doerr’s sharp sense of physical detail and shiny metaphors. 10 years of writing, this work is a masterpiece of art, a very moving novel.

It also entered the New York Times’s Top 10 list of 2014 and was named Hudson Booksellers’ 2014 Book of the Year. In 2015, the book won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. 20th Century Fox also quickly bought the rights to the film.

The book is highly rated by many professionals for its content and artistic value. This is considered to be the most inkling book of literary criticism.

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