Bright candles: a novel of the Danish resistance
The experiences of a sixteen-year-old Danish boy during the German occupation of his country in World War II. Two teenagers turn from pranks to sabotage in this tense story of a people pushed to their limits by the tyranny of the Nazi regime in Denmark.
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