I read the book Shadow on the Mountain, by Margi Preus. It is about a boy named Espen who lives in Norway during World War II. When they get invaded by Nazi's, Espen starts to deliver illegal newspapers and eventually becomes a spy and spies on a Nazi camp. He then gets noticed and tries to escape. I think that this is an excellent book because you learn about how life was like back then. Also, it has a lot a action and is fun to read. This book is realistic fiction because it is based on a true event in history, but not everything actually happened, meaning it could happen or in this case could have. The type of audience that would like this book are people that enjoy learning about World War II and action because that is what this book has a lot of. An internal conflict is that Espen is afraid of the Nazi's because they could take him away. An external conflict is Man Vs. society because Espen has to deal with the Nazi's invading his hometown.