From the single idea of a radio – its invisible waves that can cross borders and oceans – the novel sprawls outwards and entangles the lives of two children: blind Marie-Laure who lives in France, and Pfennig Werner, a German orphan whose talent for radio mechanics catches the notice of the Hitler Youth. … More Book Review: All The Light We Cannot See – Anthony Doerr
Memories define us. So what if you lost yours every time you went to sleep?
Who are you? What have we done to each other?
I feel I should confess something before I go any further: young adult fiction is not really my genre, purely based on taste of course; there’s no denying the sheer creative genius that produces great works of YA fiction like The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, or Noughts and Crosses. Yet, I felt an obligation, as a fan of Glee and of … More Book Review: Struck By Lightning – Chris Colfer