All the Light We Cannot See - Part Nine: May 1944: Chapters 129-147 Summary & Analysis

Anthony Doerr
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When Werner and his group arrive in Saint-Malo, he makes his way down to the beach, oblivious to the calls made by those behind him, unaware that the beach is mined. A colonel tells them he believes a resistance network is working in the area, describing the transmissions made by Etienne and Marie-Laure. They search the area day and night, but the messages the Colonel described have not been repeated. Werner writes to Jutta, telling her not to worry as his fever is finally gone. One night, he finally hears the end of a broadcast followed by Clair de Lune. He tells the others still nothing but static. The next broadcast is Thursday 2300, and Werner searches for the antenna finally finding it just before the broadcast starts as it rises and unfolds itself. He walks past the house. A day...

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