Planes to deliver. A war to be won.
Bobbie Fraser, Mary Holland and Jean Thornton are Atta Girls - part of the Air Transport Auxiliary team flying planes between bases. Taking to the air in anything they're given, their work is dangerous but their courage always comes through.
Now there's a new girl joining the ranks - Canadian Viv Robertson, who is bright, brash and brave. But can Viv settle into her new home with the other girls? And when life on the ground leaves them as vulnerable as in the air, can they stick together through the tough times ahead and ultimately fly to victory?
A heart-warming, romantic story of friendship, camaraderie and triumph over adversity, that fans of Donna Douglas, Nancy Revell and Elaine Everest will adore.
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- Amazon Customer
How on earth can you get a book set in the war, a time of tragedy, fear, poverty, extreme feelings of love and family and all other human experiences I should imagine, were lived through this period of time.
Obviously you can! The book was a little better than the audio version, which was painful to listen to! I am so sorry to write such a terrible review as I am sure there are people who will enjoy this book. Such a shame.