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10 thoughts on “Spitfire Girl

  1. says:

    Brilliant readstarts with Susan iwas in an orphanage and when she was old enough works for a dreadful woman with two horrid daughtersshe buys a dog in secret who becomes her friendshe loves to fly a spitfires so someday does her dream

  2. says:

    Take a look at this cover World War 2 Spitfires A woman in uniform Right?SnortHere's the real lowdown and why I'm giving thi

  3. says:

    would susan's dreams ever come true ? ww2 has just started and susan raised in an orphanage is in service to a hateful woman who treats her as a skivvy she longs to do her duty for her country and her secret ambition is to learn to fly then she is kicked out onto the streets and finds refuge with the father of tony who had previously knocked her off her bike her she feels like family at long last then she has to flee

  4. says:

    What I liked most about this novel is the characterisation Each character whether they be good or horrid was entertaining and inspir

  5. says:

    This was a war time book and I will definately look out for by this author

  6. says:

    Excellent rea very uick to read If you like Dilly Court books This is the same authors and this series of books is just as good

  7. says:

    Very readable novel an easy way to spend an afternoon or two A bit different from the average war novel as there was such a focus on flying and

  8. says:

    “Spitfire Girl” is an historical romance that begins in 1940’s London where eighteen year old Susan Banks slaves for the snobby Kemp family who despise her even though she’s meticulous in every task she performs An orphan abandoned on the doorstep of a church as a baby she feels lonely and unloved and se

  9. says:

    The story begins in wartime London during the 1940’s Susan Banks is 18 years old and cooks dinner and washes up for a living for a rather disagreeable family After meeting handsome flying instructor Tony Richards her circ

  10. says:

    I loved this book I think Susan was so relatable and such a real character and I love the journey she went on I really liked Elspeth I thought her character went on a real journey and by the end of the book she was a very likeable character I think the romance was good it was a little slow for me I took a long time for them to realise their feelings but by the end I really loved them as a couple The only thing I didn't like about

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Spitfire Girl

It is 1940 and Britain is at war with Germany In London eighteen year old Susan Banks longs to do her duty Her secret ambition is to learn to fly to serve her country and realise her dream But she knows it is out of the uestion for a girl like her; a foundling unwanted and unloved and dependent on strangers for her w. Brilliant readstarts with Susan iwas in an orphanage and when she was old enough works for a dreadful woman with two horrid daughtersshe buys a dog in secret who becomes her friendshe loves to fly a spitfires so someday does her dream come trueand makes new friends great story Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark knows it is out of the uestion for a girl like her; a foundling unwanted and unloved and dependent on strangers for her w. Brilliant readstarts with Susan iwas in an orphanage and when she was old enough works for a dreadful woman with two horrid daughtersshe buys a dog in secret who becomes her friendshe loves to fly a spitfires so someday does her dream come trueand makes new friends great story

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ElfareJust as she fears she will be trapped forever in a life of servitude and loneliness she meets Tony Richards a flying instructor based in Hampshire And when she is forced to flee London she heads out into the country She is taken in by the kindly landlord of the local inn and his daughter As Susan works hard to. What I liked most about this novel is the characterisation Each character whether they be good or horrid was entertaining and inspiring in their own way I thorough enjoyed reading the story from Susan s perceptive and reading through her struggles and her triumphs I liked the characters of Tony and Roz in particular Tony has that tender loving air about him that readers like me enjoy and I was very happy to learn he survived I had my doubts throughout thinking it would end sadly Roz was an interesting character She is the polar opposite to Susan She is passionate and opinionated and she always knows what and who she wants ualities like that should always be admired I was let down slightly by the lack of flying or any mention of flying until page 300 And despite her desperate desire to fly Susan seemed uite adamant to stay on the ground and play servant with everyone she meets I expected her to put up of a fight if I m honest Much of the actions happens near the end of the novel While it was good to read it felt a bit rushed and there wasn t much detailed description about any of the aircraft Susan flew which I really would have liked to seen and read Another thing I disliked about this story was the fact that despite Susan s good intentions she always always got punished for it She safely lands a plane saving both her life and Elspeth s She s deemed a security risk and is sacked She rescues Charlie from being put to sleep She tries to expose Dudley for the creep that he is Mrs Kemp kicks her out She s forced out of Daves home because some cranky old woman doesn t approve of her or her dog She loses her jobs and her homes over stupid little things That just doesn t happen nowadays You get warnings You learn from your mistakes Employers move on I understand it is under very different and difficult circumstances being during WWII but still Slightly dramatised I think Overall a good read but would have benefited by mention of spitfires

FREE READ Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Lily Baxter

Earn her keep and her friendship with Tony now recalled to duty blossoms into love she dares to hope that things are at last looking up for her But then she receives devastating news Tony is missing in action And Susan wonders if she'll ever see the man she loves again and realise her dream of becoming a Spitfire gir. Very readable novel an easy way to spend an afternoon or two A bit different from the average war novel as there was such a focus on flying and planes I enjoyed this

  • Paperback
  • 480
  • Spitfire Girl
  • Lily Baxter
  • English
  • 13 March 2019
  • 9780099562641