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All the Light We Cannot See – Book Review

Perhaps the biggest challenge for any author is to bring their story to full life, making the characters real and the scenes tangible. Most books do a decent job of this, expressing their story in a way that allows readers to sufficiently understand the story. Anthony Doerr, however, brings this to a new level as All the Light We Cannot See develops a surreal sense of empathy within you as the reader. All the Light We Cannot See places you in the perspectives of two children growing up during the ...
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About the Author

Rhiannon Evans

Rhiannon is a University Student studying Physiotherapy and is a member at Bethlehem, Adelaide.