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The Spitfire Girls By Soraya M. Lane The Spitfire Girls Three skilled aviators determined to help win the war Three brave women who know their place is not at home At the height of World War II the British Air Transport Auxiliary need help A gr

  • Title: The Spitfire Girls
  • Author: Soraya M. Lane
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  • Page: 422
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  • The Spitfire Girls By Soraya M. Lane

    Three skilled aviators determined to help win the war Three brave women who know their place is not at home

    At the height of World War II, the British Air Transport Auxiliary need help A group of young women volunteer for action, but the perils of their new job don t end on the tarmac Things are tough in the air, but on the ground their abilities as pilots are constan

    Three skilled aviators determined to help win the war Three brave women who know their place is not at home

    At the height of World War II, the British Air Transport Auxiliary need help A group of young women volunteer for action, but the perils of their new job don t end on the tarmac Things are tough in the air, but on the ground their abilities as pilots are constantly questioned.

    There is friction from the start between the new recruits Spirited American Lizzie turns heads with her audacity, but few can deny her flying skills She couldn t be different from shy, petite Ruby, who is far from diminutive in the sky It falls to pragmatic pilot May to bring the women together and create a formidable team capable of bringing the aircraft home.

    As these very different women fight to prove themselves up to the task at hand, they are faced with challenges and tragedies at every turn They must fight for equal pay and respect while handling aircraft that are dangerously ill equipped meanwhile, lives continue to be lost in the tumult of war.

    Determined to assist the war effort doing what they love, can May, Lizzie and Ruby put aside their differences to overcome adversity, and will they find love in the skies

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    1. This is a novel that shares with us the courageous contribution women made in both England and the USA towards the WW2 endeavours These women were willing to put their lives on the line and take on piloting planes to where they were needed And they were very successful.Soraya M Lane does an excellent job helping us get inside the lives of such young women Often they were up against the establishment and the attitudes and prejudices of the populace Yet despite these niggles these women This is a [...]


    2. Historical Fiction you will loveThis story is based on the historical British flyers known as the Spitfire Girls during World War II Not only did I learn a great deal about those heroic women, I fell in love with the three distinct and original characters featured in the novel There will be no confusion about who s who in this book, because author Soraya M Lane has given each of the women a very different and rich inner life, relationships, and problems And in Lizzie, she has created one o Histo [...]


    3. I read a lot of WWII books and it s always great to find one with a different perspective and to learn something new This novel looks at the war from the view of the British Air Transport Auxiliary These brave women were pilots who shuttled planes to the bases where they were needed and to free up the male pilots for combat At the same time, a similar group was being started in the US These women were faced with discrimination from almost everyone including the male pilots and often times, I rea [...]


    4. I loved this book I m a sucker for most historical fiction but when you combine strong women fighting against gender stereotypes, I m definitely in This novel follows 3 women, who fight for the right to fly warplanes during WWII They have to overcome gender bias, lower pay, and even the fact that they fly without instruments or radios They demonstrate how important they are to the war effort and the fact that women can do anything men can do I found it refreshing that the story didn t solel I lo [...]


    5. These are the stories I wish our history books taught us Spitfire Girls tells the story of the first female pilots during World War II Lizzie is the daughter of a legendary American pilot with dreams of leading the United States first group of women pilots She writes a letter to and eventually meets with the First Lady, Mrs Roosevelt Lizzie is set to Britain to join and learn about a group a women pilots ferrying planes.May is the commanding officer of this group, with Ruby as her first of These [...]


    6. War genre fiction is a favorite of mine and I certainly enjoy a book that educates me on a new aspect as to how women served during the war A very good historical fiction.


    7. Soraya M Lane has written a wonderful piece of World War 2 historical fiction about a group of skilled and determined women pilots on both sides of the Atlantic whose contribution to the Allied war effort eventually gained the recognition they so richly deserved as they became critical ferry pilots during that war The Spitfire Girls 2019, Lake Union Publishing is a wonderfully inspirational piece of literature with strong characters both female as well as male who are based on real life perso So [...]


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