288 pages, 8 × 5.5 × 0.65 in
August 15, 2013
Pajama Press Inc.
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1927485533
ISBN - 13: 9781927485538
From the Publisher
After a childhood cut short by war and the harsh strictures of Nazi Germany, sixteen-year-old Wilm is finally tasting freedom. In spite of the scars World War II has left on his hometown, Leipzig, and in spite of the oppressive new Soviet regime, Wilm is finding his own voice. It's dangerous, of course, to be sneaking out at night to leave messages on police buildings. But it's exciting, too, and Wilm feels justified, considering his family's suffering. Until one mission goes too far, and Wilm finds he's endangered the very people he most wants to protect.
Award-winning author Karen Bass brings readers a fast-paced story about a boy fighting for self-expression in an era of censorship and struggle.
About the Author
Karen Bass is the award-winning author of three previous novels for young adult readers. Run Like Jager won the 2009 Exporting Alberta Award and was the YA silver medalist for the 2009 Independent Publishers Award. Summer of Fire received the YA gold medal for the 2010 Independent Publishers Award and was an honour book for the Paterson Prize for Young People. Drummer Girl earned the bronze medal for the 2012 Moonbeam Awards. Karen lives in Hythe, Alberta, where she was the public library manager for sixteen years before turning to full-time writing.
. . . a riveting page-turner that readers will find impossible to put down.