Book Review #9 - All The Lights We Cannot See Anthony Doerr

Updated: Jan 1, 2019

It's like a movie, this book. I read this a while ago and i remember the story, the characters the plot, so vividly like it was yesterday. So i had to do a review.

This is a story about the war, a young girl, a boy, and moral dilemma, and many people in between. It's about locked cellars, pianos, disasters of war, open sea, math and science.

If i recall, the writing style was hypnotic. I couldn't drop this book.

War is nasty. War is a terrible, terrible thing. With this book, somehow there was a story of light in-between.

I remember the suspense and sorrow. I don't have much to say about this book but the fact that it is a book i'd read over and over again. It should also be made into a movie.

I rate it a 4. 5 stars.


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