England teeters on the brink of war.
Its no longer a question of if. Its a matter of when.
In the dark fall of 1939, the hopes of the Polish people fade as Nazi bombers
strafe the beloved city of Warsaw. Politicians debate while hundreds stand in
lines at the British Embassy, desperate to flee the country before Hitlers
ground forces arrive.
Mac McGrath, a veteran American photographer, recorded the landslide toward
war with dedication, believing that if he told the truth, the world would rise
up and put a stop to Hitlers evil plans. Now his foolish idealism embarrasses
Outside the embassy gates, Jewish schoolteacher Eva Weitzman prays for a miracle.
Without a British passport, she will fall into the Nazis clutches.
Who will live and who will die? Will anyone dare to stand against the apathy
Special Feature: Study questions suitable for individual use or group discussion.
These three additions (#7, #8, and #9) to the Zion Covenant series are "director's
cuts." They include portions of the Thoene classic The Twilight of Courage
and thrilling, never-before-published scenes with the characters you've come
to know and love. Readers will finally know the fates of Jacob and Lori Kalner
from Warsaw Requiem and meet for the first time David Meyer from The
Zion Chronicles, plus Madame Rose Smith and Jerome Jardin from The Zion Legacy
and, most importantly, Rachel and Yacov Lubetkin, the heroes of The Zion Chronicles