All the Light We Cannot See – start reading now for Book Club!

All the Light We Cannot See – start reading now for Book Club!

Dive into Chapter One here.

all-the-light-we-cannot-seeIt is such a page-turner, entirely absorbing…” – Carmen Callil writing in the Guardian.

“I must blame Anthony Doerr for lost sleep, because once I started reading his new novel, All the Light We Cannot See, there was no putting it down.” – The NY Times 

Our next Better Reading Book Club Live will discuss All the Light We Cannot See, the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anthony Doerr.

The next Better Reading Book Club will be on Wednesday June 29 at 8pm AEST on the Better Reading Facebook page. It’s the opportunity to join literally hundreds of other book lovers to discuss some of the great books around today. At your request, we’ve extended the segment to a full half hour and we’ll discuss even more comments and questions from our online audience.

You can start reading the first chapter here, and stay tuned for discussion notes and to find out the identity of this month’s panelists.

For Book Club Frequently Asked Questions click here.

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                    Synopsis

                    A beautiful, stunningly ambitious novel about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II Open your eyes and see what you can with them before they close forever. For Marie-Laure, blind since the age of six, the world is full of mazes. The miniature of a Paris neighbourhood, made by her father to teach her the way home. The microscopic layers within the invaluable diamond that her father guards in the Museum of Natural History. The walled city by the sea, where father and daughter take refuge when the Nazis invade Paris. And a future which draws her ever closer to Werner, a German orphan, destined to labour in the mines until a broken radio fills his life with possibility and brings him to the notice of the Hitler Youth. In this magnificent, deeply moving novel, the stories of Marie-Laure and Werner illuminate the ways, against all odds, people try to be good to one another.

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                    1. Marianne says:

                      The chapter is not accessible