The small, Greek town of Amphissa was fearful. To the kids in the town, the war was a game. To the adults, it was inevitable. The adults just didn't know when they would get there. To Petros and his older brother, Zola, the war sounded exciting. They heard the stories of their cousin, Lambros, who climbed the tallest mountain in Greece and defeated the Germans. The stories always ended the same way; the Germans are coming to Amphissa. Most people in the town left out of fear, but Petros and Zola's family hid all their belongings that may be dangerous. The family prepared for the worse. Then one day, a jeep arrived at their house and a German commander starts living with the family. When anything can endanger their family, Petros and Zola have to grow up with the enemy in their home.