Like Anne Frank, Flory Van Beek was a young girl caught in the ruthless Nazi occupation of Holland. But Flory survived
to recount her extraordinary story of persecution and survival.
Flory and her husband, Felix, endured the sinking of a ship bound for safety in the New World, the increasing danger of
the occupation, and finally a life in hiding. There, cut off from the outside world and their families, they faced the
hunger and stress of daily life in confined quarters along with the ever-present threat of discovery and certain death.
This inspiring account vividly captures the terror of the Holocaust while telling a poignant story of love and courage.