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Can't get enough of Anthony Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See? Immerse yourself in his world and discover hidden treasures with this sidekick.
Warning: This is an independent companion to All the Light We Cannot See, meant to enhance your experience of the novel. If you have not yet bought Anthony Doerr's novel, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial sidekick.
Blind since early childhood, Marie-Laure is only 12 years old when she is forced to flee her home as the Nazis occupy France. Werner, a German orphan, has a talent for fixing radios - a talent that the Nazi government is all too eager to embrace. As Anthony Doerr masterfully sweeps us forward, backward, and forward again in time, the lives of these two individuals weave together, intersecting at the bombing of Saint-Malo.
With this sidekick, you'll:
- Discover some of the novel's fascinating hidden gems
- Spend some more time with the characters you've come to know and love
- Learn what you might have missed on your first read of Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See
- Explore a possible alternate ending and imagine ideas for a sequel
Sidekicks are entertaining and insightful companions, filled with delightful commentary and thought-provoking questions. Readers have raved that Dave Eagle's sidekicks "really put you in touch with the many layers of the novel", "keep you entertained even longer", and are "perfect if you want a vivid understanding of the story". Designed to be listened to side by side with the novels they complement, they'll give you even more reasons to love some of today's best books.
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Save your dollar.
unlike the phenomenal book this is supposed to be analysing, this has bery little substance. there are no real insights or revelations.
Not Much History Discussion, Robot Voice
I was hoping to hear about the history used in All The Light We Cannot See, instead this gives a literary analysis. There are some good symbolism connections but I felt that a majority of this was simply summarizing the book's sections. Disappointed. Plus, the reader sounds like a robot. I really wonder if it is. I almost turned it off in the first 5 mins bc of the voice. Sorry to be harsh but just being honest.
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