The Resistance


Bond D

InkBlots Press

YP 11+ years

7788


The Resistance begins in the cockpit of a crippled B-17 engaged in a bombing mission over enemy-occupied France, early spring, 1944. Pilot Eli Evans and his navigator Charlie Tucker will find themselves encircled by French Resistance fighters, SOE licensed-to-kill British agents, Abwehr German double agents, Marxist agitators, sabotage and betrayal, and coded messages imbedded in BBC broadcasts, including "the voice of faith," CS Lewis heard and hotly debated throughout the adventure. Essential book for ethusiasts who like reading about espionage, flying, French Resistance, world wars, and CS Lewis. A great companion volume to Bond's War in the Wasteland set in WWI. 


£ 9.99


Additional Information

BindingPaperback
ISBN 139781945062087