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    A complete joy to read.

    This book was a joy to read. I didn't want to put it down. The history of the U.S. flight girls was informative. I had no idea there were flight girls during WW II. The characters were expertly developed. I would highly recommend this book to everyone.
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    The flight girls

    There were many times I couldn't put my E reader down...I loved the way Noelle kept me interested ...definitely a page turner...I loved the characters and their rolls...my favorite was Audrey....I recommend this book....
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    Awesome

    I loved this book It had everything and gave me a better view of the women’s flying roll in WW2
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    Fun story, but too many historical inaccuracies

    I enjoyed the book, but the inaccuracies kept pulling me out of the story. The author should have done a bit more research into life in the 1940s. The term Ms wasn't coined until the 1950s, and wasn't in use until the 1970s. Women wore clip-on earrings; they didn't have pierced ears. And, an engaged woman wouldn't be living with her fiance. That also became more commonplace in the 1970s. In the 40s, it would have really been looked down on and would have ruined the woman's reputation. Even the use of soda (used more in the west coast) instead of pop or coke by a person from Texas was incorrect and again, distracted me from the otherwise very enjoyable story.
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    Flight Girls

    Historical fiction takes from Hawaii to the US and Europe during and after WW ll. Women flying military planes and training pilots during this period of time. A different war hero we've heard little about.
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