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    Interesting, well written book

    This is a different take on World War II - the military has been envisioned with female soldiers mixed with traditional male soldiers on the battlefield. It examines several women, two friends from a small town, a Jewish woman from New York and a black girl from Oklahoma. They all have different reasons for enlisting, but they probably would have been drafted! I enjoyed reading the story, as different as it was. The concept was intriguing and I wanted to find out what would happen next. The characters and plot are well developed. It was history rewritten with a twist. I highly recommend this book. It was a B&N serial read on my Nook App - a few chapters were delivered each day during the month. The fact that I could not read the book all at once gave me anticipation for the next chapters each day.
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    Great and Easy Read

    I really enjoy history, particularly World War II, and YA novels. This had a great combination of both, where the book in terms of battle was fairly accurate. I enjoy the fact that even though there is romance in the book it’s not the primary focus, which I find to be the case in a lot of books. I find the characters relatable and love the fact that it’s also a “what if women played a bigger role in the war?” I would definitely recommend this book.
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