World War II may be ending, but for nineteen-year-old pilot
Henry Forester the conflict still rages. Shot down behind enemy
lines in France, Henry endured a dangerous trek to freedom, relying
on the heroism of civilians and Resistance fighters to stay alive.
But back home in Virginia, Henry is still reliving air battles with
Hitler's Luftwaffe and his torture by the Gestapo. Mostly, Henry
can't stop worrying about the safety of those who helped him
escape--especially one French boy, Pierre, who, because of Henry,
may have lost everything.
When Henry returns to France to find Pierre, he is stunned by
the brutal after-math of combat: starvation, cities shattered by
Allied bombing, and the shocking return of concentration camp
survivors. Amid the rubble of war, Henry must begin a daring search
for a lost boy--plus a fight to regain his own internal peace and
the trust of the girl he loves.
L. M. Elliott's sequel to "Under a War-Torn Sky" is an
astonishing account of surviving the fallout from war.
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