Angels of the Pacific : a novel of World War II / Elise Hooper
Book | William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers | 2022 | First edition., Hardcover library edition.
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Edition
First edition.
Hardcover library edition.
Description
358, 16 pages : map, portraits ; 24 cm
Note
"P.S. insights, interviews & more ..."--back of jacket
Summary
Inspired by the extraordinary true stories of World War II's American Army nurses famously known as the Angels of Bataan and the unsung contributions of Filipinas of the resistance, this novel transports us to a remarkable era of hope, bravery, perseverance, and ultimately--victory. The Philippines, 1941: when the Japanese Imperial Army invades, American Army nurse Tess Abbott and her band of nurses serve on the front lines until they are captured as prisoners of war and held behind the high stone walls of Manila's Santo Tomas Internment Camp. When the Japanese occupation of her beloved homeland commences, Flor Dalisay will be drawn into the underground network of resistance. As the war continues, Tess and Flor face danger, deprivation, and terror, leading them into a web of danger as they unexpectedly work together to save lives and win their freedom.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (page 9 at end of work).
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ISBN
9780063212725 (hardcover library edition)
0063212722 (hardcover library edition)
9780063068902 (paperback)
0063068907 (paperback)
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