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Netherlands, 1940. As bombs fall across Europe, 14-year-old Lien fears the reality of war is inescapable. When the Nazis invade the Netherlands, joining the Dutch resistance with her older sister, Elif, offers just the atonement Lien craves. Trained to shoot by their late father, the sisters are deadly wolves in sheep's clothing. They soon find themselves entrenched in the underground movement, forging friendships with the other young recruits, and Lien even discovers a kindred spirit in a boy named Charlie. But in wartime, emotional attachments are a liability she can't afford, especially when a deeply personal mission jeopardizes everything she holds dear.