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Book Review: Projekt 1065

Today I recommend: Projekt 1065 by Alan Gratz.

World War II is raging and Michael O’Shaunessey, originally from Ireland, now lives with his parents in Nazi Germany. Everyone knows that Ireland is “neutral,” but Michael and his family have a secret. He and his parents are spies for the Allies. Michael joins the Hitler Youth and becomes everything he despises to play the part so he can assist his parents by gaining insider knowledge. Soon Michael learns about “Projekt 1065,” a secret Nazi fighter jet, and things get even more complicated for him and his parents. Now he must risk his life and the lives of others to get the secret plans into the hands of the British Secret Service. Short and to the point chapters add to this book’s appeal. This is a fast-paced spy thriller and accurate historical account of the Hitler Youth – Projektmaking this a great book for World War II, as well as realistic fiction fans.

You can find this book in the Juvenile Fiction section at J GRATZ

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