|Under a War-Torn Sky (2001) [Novel]|
by L.M. Elliott
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Just nineteen years old, Henry Forester is the youngest pilot in his Air Force squadron. Still, he's one of the best fliers, facing Hitler's Luftwaffe in the war-torn skies over France. But when his plane is shot down on a mission behind enemy lines, Henry finds himself on a whole new battleground. Wounded, hungry, and afraid, he struggles toward freedom on foot, relying on the kindness and cunning of members of the French Resistance to reach the next town alive. Each day brings him nearer to home, and closer to danger. Yet even as Henry struggles for his own survival in a hostile counrty, he quickly grows to realize the great peril that threatens all of the French peole, and to admire the strength and determination of the freedom fighters who risk death to protect him.
Original title: Under a War-Torn Sky
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Adventure
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Historical Fiction→ WWII Holocaust, And Aftermath