Sixteen-year-old Alice spends the summer in Paris, but does not go for sweets and walks in the Seine. When her grandmother died two months ago, she left Alice’s apartment in France, which no one knew. An apartment that has been locked for over seventy years.
Alice has decided to find out why the apartment was abandoned and why her grandmother never mentioned the family she left behind when she moved to America after the Second World War. With the help of Paul, a charming Parisian student, he intends to find out the truth. The more time he spends complaining about past secrets, the more he realizes that there are secrets in the present that his family still refuses to tell.
Sixteen-year-old Adalyn does not recognize Paris. No matter where he turns up, he is a Nazi, and every day he lives under occupation and gives new terror. In a meeting with Lucas, the careless and enigmatic leader of the resistance group, Adalyn feels that she finally has a chance to fight back. However, maintaining the appearance of a social man working to subvert the Nazis is more difficult than he could have imagined. As the war progresses, Adalyn discovers that she needs to make more and more compromises through her security, reputation and relationships with the people she loves most. The Art of War by Sun Tzu (EBOOK)(EPUB)