2019: #1 – All the Light We Cannot See (Anthony Doerr)

I enjoyed this book, though I found it very slow. What I particularly liked was that it explored World War II from a couple of perspectives that I haven’t read before, despite having read a *lot* of World War II novels.  The first main perspective is that of Marie-Laure, a young French girl who goes blind before the war and then must flee Paris with

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2017: #14 – The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society (Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows)

This is one of those books that has languished on my TBR list for years, but I continued to read good things about it and see people recommend it. And they were all right! What you find among all the letters is a pleasant story that taught me something I didn’t know about World War II. I had no idea that Guernsey was occupied by

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