I bought this book based on some very prominent reviews. Big Mistake. Just four hours into the reading of it, I’m done. Way too slow moving, depressing and boring.
What was the point?
Life and how disappointing?
Difficult to plow through
There are so many and so many descriptions throughout this book that the story and characters get lost. To make it more confusing the author jumps back and forth though different time frames, which really do not add to the story or its telling.
And then: the two main characters are together for less than a day and one of them gets killed! I waded through all of this for a terrible ending! And then the stone is mysteriously somewhere! Good grief. So bad.
A must read
This book is so captivating. It’s mesmerizing. You will not want to finish it, because all the emotions it makes you feel, you’ll become addicted to it. Everyone should read it.
All the light we cannot see
This book had me captivated until the very end. I was in awe of the way the story was written. It made me cry and only really amazing books can make a person cry.
All the Light We Cannot See
If you like WWII fiction, you’ll like this
Beautiful story with characters you can’t help but fall in love. So many great elements to this book: the telling of the story from both sides of the war, through the POV of children. I loved the way the story was structured so that you knew what it was leading towards. I think that added to it rather than spoil it.
Completely worth the read.
I read this after I read “the nightingale” and I think because the other book was so good, I felt this was horrible. I had to force myself through every page
By Stacy Butter
I love this book so much. Especially science there so much tea in this book. But, I do wish there was more of a plot twist. Overall it’s a great book.