Blind from birth, seventeen-year-old Eva Schreiber has been raised to believe Nazi ideology. Her illusions are shattered when her older brother Dietrich, an SS soldier living a double life, tells her that the Nazis consider disabled people “life unworthy of life” and that she has been marked for death. Eva is rescued from a killing center by a young nurse and goes into hiding with several other disabled teens. There she finds love, actively resists the Nazis, grows to accept her blindness and faces devastating betrayal.
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