Book Spotlight: How Huge the Night by Heather Munn and Lydia Munn

About the book:
Fifteen-year-old Julien Losier just wants to fit in. But when his family moves to a small village in central France in hopes of outrunning the Nazis, he is suddenly faced with bigger challenges than the taunting of local teens. Nina Krenkel left her country to obey her father’s dying command: Take your brother and leave Austria. Burn your papers. Tell no one you are Jews. Alone she arrives in Tanieux, France, dangerously ill and in despair. Thrown together, Julien begins to feel the terrible weight of the looming conflict and Nina fights to survive. As France falls, Julien struggles with doing what is right, even if it is not enough, and wonders if he can save Nina.

Based on the true story of the town of Le Chambon, honored by Israel for rescuing Jews from the Holocaust.

Read an excerpt of How Huge the Night by Heather Munn and Lydia Munn.

I received this book from the publisher as part of the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance. I am an Amazon Associate and receive a small commission on sales through my affiliate links.


8 responses to “Book Spotlight: How Huge the Night by Heather Munn and Lydia Munn

  1. Loved this book! It’s a great read–especially for teens!

  2. That sounds fantastic – are you going to review it too? I do love a true story and this type is right up my alley….. going on my list to find 🙂

  3. Wow this sounds really intense in both global and inner conflict. Lovely!

  4. This sounds like it might be a good book club read.

  5. Hope you enjoy our book!

    I like your blog. You actually *spin*! That’s so cool…

  6. Sounds good. I always like stories based on actual events.

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