Soon bombs will fall like rain.
What hope is there for refugee children and the soldiers trapped against the
As spring 1940 unfolds in Paris, war is inevitable. AP journalist Josephine
Marlow is asked to undertake a dangerous journey back into the borders of the
Reichjust when the Führer is gathering his forces for another invasion.
If she is successful, a child will live. If not, he will die. And many other
French colonel Andre Chardon knows that the undefeated Führer will not
hold back his Blitzkrieg long from France. But the plan of attack revealed in
a coded message is so audacious that no one believes Andre. Whom can he convince?
Who will have the courage to act before thousands of innocents are slaughtered?
And is a miracle at Dunkirk Harbor possible?
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