Sidekick to All the Light We Cannot See

| August 4, 2015


Sidekick to All the Light We Cannot See: by Anthony Doerr

Can’t get enough of Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See?


Want more?

Then plunge into the pages of our Sidekick, immersing yourself in the captivating world that Doerr has created. This book will help you to discover little known symbols, themes, and ideas that helped Doerr’s novel to hit the best seller list, and receive answers about the novel that you won’t find anywhere else.

Perhaps you were as shell-shocked by these opening images of Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See as the rest of us, reeling from the depth that the author goes to in order to reel you in. Maybe you were mystified by the mythological, equally horrifying and entrancing Sea of Flames that seemed to hang over the characters in our story at every given opportunity. Or maybe, there’s just a nagging feeling that you didn’t get the full picture, that you missed some crucial detail and want a better understanding of the story.

We will view the book from a new angle, offering an in-depth analysis over many areas and emerge with a better idea of hidden meaning in the complexly layered text.

We will:

• Give you a behind the scenes guide of commonly overlooked symbols, themes and quotes in the novel

• A close reading interpretation of the novel as a whole

• Analyze important character traits that you might have missed while reading the story the first time

• Investigate the elements of modernism that frame the work

• Discover how the structure of chapters played a part in shaping the novel

• Ask new questions that give you an inside view of Doerr’s novel

Please remember that this Sidekick is not intended to be read as a stand-alone novel, but to complement Doerr’s work. It is an opportunity to promote ideas within the reader about the book, and to offer them a chance to see the novel in insightful, different new ways. If you have not yet bought Anthony Doerr’s novel, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial Sidekick.


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