Late at night, while her sisters and Tanta Rose sleep, Hannah Gold sees angels. She sees them soaring over the Boston streets in their shimmering robes, with eyes shining and wings outstretched. The angels inspire Hanna, for it is 1918, and her mother and father are fighting the Great War in Europe. But Boston is fighting a war of its own. A devastating epidemic of influenza is sweeping through the town, killing nearly everyone in its path. Overwhelmed, Hannah aimlessly wanders the streets until a mysterious girl leads her onto a train. When Hannah awakens much later, she is ill, in a strange place, and the girl is gone. It will take the remarkable kindness of a stranger to help Hannah fight her sickness and somehow find her family again--if they're alive. Newbery Award-winner Karen Hesse weaves a wondrous, sensitive tale of one girl's involvement with both earthly and heavenly angels. Suzanne Toren's lyrical narration captures both the desperation and hopefulness of a family's fight to survive. Download and start listening now!