All The Light We Cannot See
By Anthony Doerr
Report by Eve Vanderneck
Hundreds of miles away, in Germany, Werner is also growing up - but in an orphanage by a coal mine. He is gifted with unbelievable talent, and is recruited into an elite Nazi training program. As he struggles with the definitions of right and wrong, both Marie-Laure's and Werner's lives start to intertwine through their horrendous journey in WWII.
This book really demonstrates the fine line in life between right and wrong, and I think that's really a message the author is trying to convey, thusly being the theme. He leads you through the story with many different thoughts and viewpoints on certain subjects that are often brought up during times of war. This book definitely has a foggy gloom-type feeling, where the certain sparks of goodness are often in vain. I would classify this book as a realistic fiction historic novel, decorated with many awards.