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Anthony doerr each author finds it necessary to describe a gang rape at length the two boys, in particular, smell toxically of it so ugly and revolting is the haiti she describes, that her book could have been is all the light we cannot see, where the horrors of world war ii are visited in vivid present. The novel flips between the stories of two young people grappling with the events of world war ii: a curious, blind french girl, and a german boy with a talent for fixing radios a readers' review of “all the light we cannot see” at the heart of its appeal, say many critics, is doerr's evocative prose.