Cover of: Escape into Darkness | Sonia Games

About the Book

The true story of a young woman's extraordinary survival during world war II. Reminiscent of Anne Frank's Diary, yet unlike any other WWII story you may have read!. Zosia is only 11 when the Nazis invade Poland, and her family is put in the Ghetto. She risks her life daily to sneak in and out to help her family and ghetto community. Sadly, she is orphaned and on the run. Her Mothers friendship with a Father of a nearby Roman Catholic Parish leads her to a new identity and she becomes an important liason for the Resistance and freedom fighters. Much of her life during these war torn years , she is one step ahead of perishing. Days and Nights on lonely trains (always at risk of being searched and discovered), sleeping under pews at the haunting Jasna Gora Cloister, and throughthe snowy and cold Polish winters she struggles to survive, hoping until the end that her family may have survived. Eventually toward latter part of the war, she is in a german Displacement Camp, and makes it to Liberation Day... This is a very good book, historical and touching!

The Physical Object

Mass Market Paperback
6.9 x 4.3 x 0.9 inches
5.6 ounces

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