Death to Fascism, sums up a young woman's hatred for the Nazis in this short book. Sophia's story begins in the final years of WWII, in the Nazi occupied city of Rome. Italy, once a faithful ally to the Nazis wants to surrender after the Allies invade Sicily. But the Nazis won't let them. The struggle to stay alive, and her unbreakable faith to god, come side by side in this riveting short story of an Italian girl fighting against Hitler and those who help her. Be ready to endure the painful truth behind war, and Hitler's plan to dominate the world. "I want to join the resistance"-Sophia
|Publisher:||Outskirts Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.18(d)|
About the Author
The author Matt Resnik lives in Maryland with his older sister, his mom, dad and dog Marley. Matt wrote Saving Rome because of his fascination of WWII. Inspired by the author Knut Hamsun, a Norwegian Nobel Prize winning author. Hamsun also wrote a lot of articles in support of the Nazis during WWII. Matt is currently working on his next book, and hopes it'll even be better than this one. His ultimate goal is to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.