Official Review: Fly Girl by Bill Hellman

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Re: Official Review: Fly Girl by Bill Hellman

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This must be an enthralling book. I'll be checking it out.
Great review!

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Seroney_ wrote:
28 Jun 2020, 23:27
This must be an enthralling book. I'll be checking it out.
Great review!
I appreciate your comments. I hope you enjoy it.

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I love historical fiction, and flying fascinates me! Rawley sounds like an awesome protagonist. I will have to read this one when I have a chance! Thanks for the great review! :D
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B Creech wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 13:48
I love historical fiction, and flying fascinates me! Rawley sounds like an awesome protagonist. I will have to read this one when I have a chance! Thanks for the great review! :D
There are enough flying adventures to keep your interest. Thanks for your comment.

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I love historical fiction, especially when it features women who are ahead of their time. This one looks like a winner. Thanks for a great review!

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Rawley's experiences and the wide range of settings is appealing. I applaud you on your amazing recommendations! Thanks for the interesting review.

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Wow - this does sound like a really exciting story. I loved that you included the definition of "fly girl" from Urban Dictionary. As soon as I read the title of this book, Queen Latifah's song came to my mind :) Great review!
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kdstrack wrote:
30 Jun 2020, 20:17
Rawley's experiences and the wide range of settings is appealing. I applaud you on your amazing recommendations! Thanks for the interesting review.
I appreciate your comments.

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espo wrote:
01 Jul 2020, 04:30
Wow - this does sound like a really exciting story. I loved that you included the definition of "fly girl" from Urban Dictionary. As soon as I read the title of this book, Queen Latifah's song came to my mind :) Great review!
I am not sure if the author's pun was intentional, but I hope so. Thanks for your comment.

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Seems like an interesting plot with a great main character. Great review!

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Mbrooks2518 wrote:
01 Jul 2020, 14:35
Seems like an interesting plot with a great main character. Great review!
I appreciate your comments.

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In a world where masculinity dominates, a flower blooms and rises among the ranks to raise the flag of feminism. Picked up my interest on the book because of this review and the fact that one of the story's settings is in the Philippines.
Happy reading,
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gelli_baranda wrote:
01 Jul 2020, 23:37
In a world where masculinity dominates, a flower blooms and rises among the ranks to raise the flag of feminism. Picked up my interest on the book because of this review and the fact that one of the story's settings is in the Philippines.
Thank you so much. I hope you enjoy reading it.

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Although I am not into reading historical accounts, this review seems promising as the book has other different elements to make it an interesting read.

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