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[Ebook] The Flight Girls By Noelle Salazar – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

The Flight Girls PDF Epub The Flight Girls Noelle Salazar Eiyo.us A Stunning Story About The Women Airforce Service Pilots Whose Courage During World War II Turned Ordinary Women Into Extraordinary Heroes1941 Audrey Coltrane Has Always Wanted To Fly It S Why She Implored Her Father To Teach Her At The Little Airfield Back Home In Texas It S Why She Signed Up To Train Military Pilots In Hawaii When The War In Europe Began And It S Why She Insists She Is Not Interested In Any Dream Derailing Romantic Involvements, Even With The Disarming Lieutenant James Hart, Who Fast Becomes A Friend As Treasured As The Women She Flies With Then One Fateful Day, She Gets Caught In The Air Over Pearl Harbor Just As The Bombs Begin To Fall, And Suddenly, Nowhere Feels Safe.To Make Everything She S Lost Count For Something, Audrey Joins The Women Airforce Service Pilots Program The Bonds She Forms With Her Fellow Pilots Reignite A Spark Of Hope In The Face War, And When James Goes Missing In Action Give Audrey The Strength To Cross The Front Lines And Fight Not Only For Her Country, But For The Love She Holds So Dear.Shining A Light On A Little Known Piece Of History, The Flight Girls Is A Sweeping Portrayal Of Women S Fearlessness, Love, And The Power Of Friendship To Make Us Soar.

[Ebook] The Flight Girls  By Noelle Salazar – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • The Flight Girls
  • Noelle Salazar
  • 14 April 2017
  • 9780778369226

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] The Flight Girls By Noelle Salazar – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    Fascinating, touching entertaining THE FLIGHT GIRLS by NOELLE SALAZAR is an enlightening, powerful and emotionally compelling historical fiction novel that has us following along fictionalized character, Audrey Coltrane and her involvement in the WASP program Women Airforce Service Pilots during World War II NOELLE SALAZAR delivers an excellent, heartfelt, intriguing and well written read here with wonderful, relatable, and well developed characters The story is told from the first person perspective of our main character, Audrey Coltrane and I absolutely loved her voice She definitely captured my attention and my heart as well as the other WASP women The bond that these women shared was absolutely beautiful and I absolutely loved and admired how courageous and brave they were.At times I felt that this storyline was simplified and rushed a little bit though because there was this strong romantic theme that I wasn t really expecting and sort of took away from the main historical story for me In the end though I was able to put all my concerns aside and had me rooting for a happy ending for Audrey and James.Norma s Stats Cover My ARC didn t come with the actual cover design so I feel that I am unable to actu...


  2. says:

    3.5 StarsThe Flight Girls makes for an inspiring, lighter historical fiction that explores the dynamics between the characters rather than the historical events to the story The story focuses on one women s strength and will to follow her passion here with our well developed main character Audrey Coltrane Her passion leads her to joining the relatively unknown, Women Airforce Service Pilots WASP during WWII Noelle Salazar does a great job here dramatizing the camaraderie as she explores the compelling friendships between the women of the WASP She adds some romance here as well for Audrey that added a bit drama than I would have liked I love stories that focus on the strong women of WWII and Noelle Salazar sure delivers here with these women who each have joined the WASP for their own reasons I enjoyed the dynamics here and the connections formed between the women and was drawn into their world I could feel the emotional depth of the story here with the women s strength and fears as a team as well as Audrey s own emotions I could visualize what it might have been like for the real strong and courageous pilots I highly recommend for a lighter historical fiction that is inspired by the real women pilots Thank you so much to Eden at Harlequin Trade Publishing Mira Books and Noelle Salazar for gifting me a copy of th...


  3. says:

    4 stars Adventurous, heart wrenching and inspiring Audrey Coltrane is a young female pilot whose passion for flying started when she was a child When the war begins, she signs up to train military pilots knowing she is helping her country prepare for what may come Facing constant criticism and stereotyping, she is proud of her career and the adventures she gets to take while doing something she loves This story is inspired by the real team of female pilots who trained soldiers in WWII I loved Audrey s character She was intriguing and heart warming her immense bravery was shocking and inspiring Though I found her journey to be predictable at times, it kept me engrossed and interested throughout The writing flowed beautifully and was well paced There is a strong romance theme underlying the main ...


  4. says:

    As soon as I saw the cover, I knew I had to read this book I keep saying I need to lay off the World War 2 historical fiction for awhile, but the chance to learn a bit about the WASPs Women Airforce Service Pilots was an opportunity I couldn t pass up Audrey Coltrane loves to fly planes and it s her dream to one day own an airfield back home in Texas It s 1941 and she is saving up money while training military pilots in Hawaii With that one goal taking up all of her focus, she doesn t care to be anything than friends with the handsome and charming Lieutenant James Hart After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Audrey joins the Women Airforce Service Pilots This is a story about friendship, love, loss, determination, and courage.I m so pleased the author chose to write about the WASPs as it helps with giving the women the recognition they deserve for the contributions to the war effort While the characters in the book are fictional, I do think the author captured the spirit of the women and what they endured as participants in the program I thought there was a nice balance of historical facts about the program and a solid fictional story about a woman determined to set her own path in life I highly recommend reading the Author s Note at the end as it provides good context for her writing process To me the sign of a good historical fiction book is after I m done reading I m motivated to learn even about the topic which was the case here.Aud...


  5. says:

    I ve said it before the stories from WWII are endless, as are the numbers of people impacted I never tire of these stories, and The Flight Girls is indeed a special one Have you heard of the Women Airforce Service Pilots from World War II In 1941, Audrey Coltrane loves to fly Her father taught her back home in Texas She signs up to train military pilots in Hawaii as the war is starting She s also not interested in romance because she s focused on her career, but she forms a strong friendship with Lieutenant James Hart Audrey is in the air when Pearl Harbor is bombed This spurs her to join the Women Airforce Service Pilots program When James is missing, Audrey is fighting for her country and also for James Oh my, strong women I was so inspired by Audrey s story and that of the women beside her I adored Audrey, and I loved her relationships with all the other women The bond was solid, and they looked out f...


  6. says:

    I knew when I read the synopsis for The Flight Girls that I would enjoy this book immensely, and I wasn t wrong My husband is an Air Force veteran with a private pilots license, so it s safe to say that I ve spent plenty of my time in and around lots of planes over the past 25 years, either as a passenger or watching them from the ground There s something magical about flying, and Noelle Salazar manages to perfectly capture that in her debut novel even amidst the most harrowing of times WWII.Audrey Coltrane has always known exactly what she wants to fly planes and eventually own her own air hanger, not be tied down with a husband and children like her mother expects When the Army begins hiring women pilots to train new male recruits how to fly, she immediately takes the job and heads to Pearl Harbor There she makes friends, especially with Lt James Hart, one of the few people to understands her dreams It s also where she s caught up in the fateful attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, while up in the sky.Audrey s brave spirit continues to persevere through the war as she joins the Women Airforce Service Pilots WASP , women trained by th...


  7. says:

    The Flight Girls captivated me from the first page and never let go Salazar s writing is lively and fresh, as we ride shotgun with a cast of memorable characters, an epic love story, and a powerful tale of courage and sacrifice by the Wo...


  8. says:

    Feisty Audrey Coltrane loves to fly planes and she has dreams of one day owning her own air field.Audrey s plans for her future don t include her settling down, getting married and having babies The military has started hiring women to train male pilots in Hawaii and her dad encourages her to give it a go.Audrey moves to Hawaii and soon she s instructing younger male pilots to fly She enjoys spending time with her new friends, swimming, going to beach parties and drinking cocktails.On the 7th of December 1941 Pearl Harbor is attacked and bombed by the Japanese forces.Audrey at the time is giving a young pilot a flying lesson, she manages to land the plane while under enemy fire and no one is hurt.Nothing can prepare Audrey for what happens after she lands her plane, what once was paradise has been destroyed, damaged or on fire During this time a fellow pilot Lieutenant James Hart keeps her safe, provides her with somewhere to live and they try to find out what happened to her friends In the past, both Audrey ...


  9. says:

    Easy 5 Stars I daresay this will be one of my favorite books of the year This book follows the fictional Audrey Coltrane before, during, and after her time as a WASP during WWII The WASP program Women Airforce Service Pilots did jobs like ferrying military planes between bases, trained the men entering the airforce and tested both new and repaired planes before they were shipped back overseas, all without the protection of military status While the book does have a fair bit of romance, the most compelling relationships were the ones Audrey grew with the other women in her program The portrayal of these women was so well rounded, each one we met had a distinct personality I loved that the author showed all types of women in the book ones that were feminine , ones that were tomboys , mean girls, engaged girls, and women who never want to be married ...


  10. says:

    So here we have the American Cousin of the equally awful Spitfire Girls, whose pilots were consumed by romantic fantasies and getting their lipstick on correctly.I suppose this dreadful and ultimately insulting drivel featuring a collection of ubiquitous Girds will cont...

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