Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338355970 Paperback
480 Pages | 5.267" x 8.003" | Ages 12 & Up
Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338355963 Hardcover
464 Pages | 5.873" x 8.527" | Ages 12 & Up
Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338355987 Ebook
464 Pages | Ages 12 & Up
Author of Reese's Book Club YA Pick The Light in Hidden Places, Sharon Cameron, delivers an emotionally gripping and utterly immersive thriller, perfect for fans of Ruta Sepetys's Salt to the Sea.
In 1946, Eva leaves behind the rubble of Berlin for the streets of New York City, stepping from the fiery aftermath of one war into another, far colder one, where power is more important than principles, and lies are more plentiful than the truth. Eva holds the key to a deadly secret: Project Bluebird — a horrific experiment of the concentration camps, capable of tipping the balance of world power. Both the Americans and the Soviets want Bluebird, and it is something that neither should ever be allowed to possess.
But Eva hasn't come to America for secrets or power. She hasn't even come for a new life. She has come to America for one thing: justice. And the Nazi that has escaped its net.
Critically acclaimed author of The Light in Hidden Places Sharon Cameron weaves a taut and affecting thriller ripe with intrigue and romance in this alternately chilling and poignant portrait of the personal betrayals, terrifying injustices, and deadly secrets that seethe beneath the surface in the aftermath of World War II.
Raves & reviews:
Praise for Bluebird:
* "Cameron delivers another outstanding historical novel. Clearly meticulously researched but deeply engaging and immersive, the narrative seamlessly blends fictional characters and events with real people and places... An excellent follow-up to Cameron's The Light in Hidden Places, great for the author's fans and those who enjoy Cameron's works and books by Monica Hesse, Michelle Barker, and Markus Zusak." — School Library Journal, starred review