My sister Dottie told me months ago I would really like All the Light We Cannot See and so I put it on my list, and eventually requested it from the library. Last month I finally got it and today (because it is due tomorrow) I finished it. I had been savoring it slowly. Rewinding as needed, to listen to particular passages again.
Here is what I have to say about it:
1. Dottie you were RIGHT!
2. It just won the 2015 Pulitzer for fiction.
3. You will want to add it to your list.
It is a tender, story about the terrible hardships of war on everyday ordinary people who have to figure out how to survive and go on living. I have not previously read a book about World War II told from the primary perspective of such young people. It will go down as one of my all time favorites. Very highly recommended. Enough said. I don't want to give away any parts of this book.