Under A War-torn Sky

Under A War-torn Sky

Book - 2001
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After his plane is shot down by Hitler's Luftwaffe, nineteen-year-old Henry Forester of Richmond, Virginia, strives to walk across occupied France, with the help of the French Resistance, in hopes of rejoining his unit.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion Books For Children, ©2001
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780786817535
0786817534
9780786817245
0786817240
9780786824854
0786824859
9780786807550
0786807555
Characteristics: 284 pages ; 22 cm

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PeculiarLeah
Jun 29, 2015

This is a fantastic book! I really want to get it and the sequal too

alperkins Jul 05, 2014

I could hardly put this book down! As a fan of WW2 novels/nonfiction/movies, this didn't disappoint! The underground network and the people who worked in it should be lauded as well as the soldiers. They were just as brave, and they don't get as much glory.

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alperkins Jul 05, 2014

19 year old Henry grows up in a terrifying way when his plane is shot down. He spends the next few months avoiding capture and being assisted by the brave French underground. A thriller and tear jerker at the same time. So poignant.

whiteshadow13 May 29, 2012

After his plane is shot down by Hitler's Luftwaffe, nineteen-year-old Henry Forester of Richmond, Virginia, strives to walk across occupied France, with the help of the French Resistance, in hopes of rejoining his unit.

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alperkins Jul 05, 2014

alperkins thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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