Behind Enemy Lines

Behind Enemy Lines

World War II

Book - 2012
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When his bomber is shot down over France, Sam is trapped behind enemy lines. His duty to get back to England to fly more missions; until he can, he works with the Resistance to sabotage Nazi supply lines. But this puts him in even more danger--if he's caught, he may be executed as a spy.
ISBN: 9780545990660
Characteristics: 200 pages :,illustrations, map :,18 cm.

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K_DeFehr
Mar 20, 2018

So awesome! But in some parts the book is REALLY creepy, if you are reading this book before bed... you might not fall asleep very well... other wise, this book is AWESOME! 4 1/2 stars for me!

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Deanna2000
Mar 17, 2013

i loved this book so much i bought it. I am a big WW2 person and I love airplanes so this book was just right. I love how the author describes the POW camp and it was really well written. 5/5

chicken_nugget May 23, 2012

can't wait tu read

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JFhuang
Aug 09, 2014

Sam is a young flyer during world war II. When his bomber is shot down over Nazi-occupied France, He is trapped between enemy lines. He cannot trust anybody, and he is brought to a concentration camp. His condition is poor, and he wants to go back to his country to fly more missions. He is very worried about death and starvation. His highest hope is to go to a POW camp. But how?

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