A beautiful and heart wrenching story of a young girl ripped from her home when France was occupied by Germany. She tries to save her little brother. The tears won’t stop flowing, your heart will race, your life will change. Read this book!
“Are you afraid in there?” she said softly, as the men called out for them.
“No,” he said. “I’m not afraid. You lock me in. They won’t get me.”
She closed the door on the little white face, turned the key in the lock. Then she slipped the key into her pocket. The lock was hidden by a pivoting device shaped like a light switch. It was impossible to see the outline of the cupboard in the paneling of the wall. Yes, he’d be safe there. She was sure of it.
The girl murmured his name and laid her palm flat on the wooden panel.
“I’ll come back for you later. I promise.”
― Tatiana de Rosnay, Sarah’s Key
Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay