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    Excellent and well worth reading!

    I have enjoyed both books in this series and am hoping there will be more! I always enjoy books about both WW1 ans WW2, especially when they are based on facts. The author did a great job of giving readers a glimpse of the conditions and the bravery of those pilots, both ,men and women. They all worked together to defeat the enemy, on land and in the skies. Please will there be another book?
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    An Endearing & Enthralling Read!

    I really loved the first book in this series, and jumped at the chance to read and review this second one. I wasn't disappointed! Now that Britain is in the throes of war, life for Ellie Simpson has changed; now an ATA girl, she works once again using her flying skills to deliver planes to where they are needed most, up and down the country.  With the ever-mounting threat of invasion, life is busy for Ellie but there is always time to worry about family and friends, although keeping in touch isn't all that easy.  This is a wonderful sequel; following all the characters from the first book whilst introducing new ones and with several stories to follow, it kept my attention from first to last. The information on the ATA and the RAF - along with the WRAF - are not only interesting but a wonderful reminder of just how much those in the services, along with everyone else in this country, contributed to the war effort. This is an endearing and enthralling story, and one I enjoyed from the first word to the last. As we left the action with the war continuing, I'm hoping there will be more to come in this memorable and very satisfying series. With flawless writing and a polished story, I highly recommend it!
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    The spitfire girl in the skies

    Brilliant story i wish there was a third please write a fourth thankyou.
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    Appealing historical novel

    The Spitfire Girl in the Skies picks up where The Spitfire Girl ends. I thought the story contained good writing with steady pacing. The author brought the past alive with her words. I was soaring in the plane with Ellie, watching the planes go over Glebe Farm, worrying about Jack when he lay unconscious in the hospital and avoiding getting bombed after the movie. I do not know how they managed to choke down the unappetizing food. I understand why they made toast in their room (despite regulations). The Spitfire Girl in the Skies contains realistic characters and situations. Ellie is a strong female character with a determined nature. She was in danger several times and manages to come out alive. Ellie is in love with Greg Dunlop despite their differences in their social stations. I did like how their story played out (I will not say more because I do not want to spoil it for you). The historical information woven into the story made The Spitfire Girl in the Skies realistic (enhanced it). I appreciated getting to see the different job women performed during WWII. Women could not fight on the front lines, but they still played pivotal roles. If women had done stepped up, there would not have been as many men on the front lines or in the skies. There is mild foul language in the story (just to let you know) and I do wish there had been a glossary provided for unfamiliar terms (Win Con, Mae West’s, NAAFI). My favorite phrase from the book is “tickety boo”. I look forward to finding out what happens to Ellie Simpson in the next book (her story is not finished).
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    Enjoyable

    Really enjoyed both books. Hope there is a third one to come. Lovely story , very easy to read and follow.
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