All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is a masterpiece that spans decades, crosses borders, and intertwines lives. The novel is full of interesting symbolism and intriguing characters, but his intricate web of lives and events can be tricky to follow as Doerr constantly shifts between time periods. This sidekick to All the Light We Cannot See is sure to effortlessly guide you through the novel, point out what you might have otherwise missed, and broaden your understanding of the novel!
"All the Light..."
You need this book because this will help you dive deeper into the world of Mark Greaney.
"Tom Clancy must be turning over in his grave"
Niamh struggles to find a home, meeting friends and losing them, as well as losing her innocence and missing out on her childhood. It also tells the story of Molly, a foster-care kid who is all prickly edges and anti-social disorders. She is a modern, Internet-searching woman who has grown old fast in the hands of the system. These two women meet, share their extraordinary stories, and in the process find and define their own sort of family.