Under a War-Torn Sky

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Hyperion Book CH, Apr 28, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
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When Henry Forester is shot down during a bombing run over France, the World War II pilot finds himself trapped behind enemy lines. In constant danger of discovery by German soldiers, Henry begins a remarkable journey to greedom. Relying on the kind ness of strangers, Henry moves from town to town--traveling by moonlight, never asking questions, or even the names of the people who help him along the way. Through his journey, Henry gains an understanding of the French and their struggle; and of his own place in a war that will change the face of Europe forever.

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The greatest WW2 story I've ever read. no kidding

User Review  - lemur lover - Borders

WOW. This book is fantastic. I'm a big book reader, and this one's my favorite! Its a truly touching story. You thought you knew alot about WW2? read this! The sequel is also fantastic- you hardly ... Read full review

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L. M. Elliott (www.LMElliott.com) is the author of a number of picture books and award-winning historical novels, including Under a War-Torn Sky and its sequel, A Troubled Peace; Annie, Between the States; Give Me Liberty; and Flying South. A longtime journalist, Elliott was twice a finalist for the National Magazine Award and recipient of numerous Dateline awards. She is a graduate of Wake Forest University and holds a masters degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina. She lives in northern Virginia with her family.

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