In this third book of the Forest Song series Judy Baumann and her friends survive death-defying exploits along the Polish-German Corridor during World War II, overcoming betrayal and loss with courage, cleverness and humor—all the way to the block-busting ending!
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“Bożena, face mud striped, her hair whitened with dust, hurtled at me down a lonely country road. Tearing at her shirt, tripping over and falling into holes that had been blown into her path, she screamed words I could not hear. Terror froze my feet in place. I could not reach her, could not wrestle her to safety. Airplanes roared overhead; bombs exploding all around her; concussions picking her up and, like a rag doll, hurling her.”
Forest Song: Letting Go, p 139
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