🏆🏆🏆The book is WINNER OF THE 2015 PULITZER PRIZE IN FICTION CATEGORY and this says it all about the book.
📌What would life be without sense of sight?
📌6 yr old French girl Marie Laure LeBlanc loses her sight due to juvenile cataract,lives with her widowed father who is a locksmith at a museum in Paris.
📌He has built a wooden scale model of their neighbourhood to give Marie develop a sense of touch.He also gets her novels in Braille to read.
📌The museum has an exquisite blue diamond💎 with value beyond measure but has a mystery too.
📌8 yr old Werner Pfenning lives in Germany with his sister. The two are orphans. Werner has keen interest in science and radio mechanics.
📌As the story unfolds,Marie and Werner meet and witness lot of twists and turns.
📌The story dates back in 1940’s.
❓How Marie and Werner meet?
❓What’s the mystery behind that blue diamond?
❓How Marie’s blindness and Werner’s interest in radio mechanics fit in all this?
✍A very engrossing story.
✍Marie’s dark world has been described amazingly and in a very touching manner.
✍The story narration switches between that of Marie and Werner alternately.
✍Inspite of being a book with 500+ pages,the story plot never loses its momentum, keeping my interest and curiosity intact,infact building as it proceeded towards the climax of story. I found this really commendable.👏👏👏
✍DEFINITELY A MUST READ
📚OTHER BOOKS BY THE SAME AUTHOR:
3.Four Seasons in Rome,2007
5.The Shell Collector,2002
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