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    Happy and sad times

    I have read every book in this series thus far. They are a fascinating glimpse into an important aspect of the war effort in Britain, especially now that interest in WWII has resulted in films like 'Dunkirk', 'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Pie Society' and 'Darkest Hour'. I've felt really close to the women who worked at the fictitious Phoenix bomb-making plant and rejoiced with them at happy events and been saddened by the inevitable and unfair civilian casualties of war. This series truly honours those brave women who, quietly, behind the scenes, kept calm and carried on. As this book brings us to the end of 1943, I hope there will be more books to bring us to VE-Day and more about the wonderful women on the lines at the Phoenix.
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