[accra Books] Kindle ePUB Refined by Fire by Ruth VanDyke
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it written I m setting this aside because frankly there s nothing new in it for me Having read Battle s written I m setting this aside because frankly there s nothing new in it for me Having read Battle the story of a girl attending West Point nothing in this is new to me at least not a uarter through The hazing the pleb poop the yelling the discrimination and though the story is supposed to follow three
Different Women In Three Diff women in three diff of basic it only focuses on the West Point girl Just moving on because I ve already read Battle Dress and can still remember it Thus despite the different years in which the heroines are attending WP it s simply not uniue for me Except for different backgroundshome livesgoals in life I could be reading the same thing over again I bo. In the summer of 1976 the first women were admitted to the United States Military Academy and the first women to complete a four year ROTC program were commissioned as second lieutenantsLori Maura Anne and Amelia’s journey into a male dominated Army are chronicled in this xciting page. ,
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Friend And She Loved It and she loved it recommend this historical fiction book 1976 1978 for all people who are interested in women ntering the Army in the 1970s and what it was like at West Point for
the first women cadets Refined by Fire Book One in the Guardians of Peace Series A novel that follows the first women cadets Refined by Fire Book One in the Guardians of Peace Series A novel that follows the of several women who are new officers in the Army and cadets as West Point during the 70 s when women were new in both places This was not my favorite book it is the first in a series and as such really had not climax to the plot The dialog is stilted with a lot of info dumping and characters saying things that seems for the benefit and nlightenment of the reader instead of to the other characters On the plus side this Turning adventure as they face the challenges of being accepted into an army that is struggling to integrate women head onRefined by Fire shares the women’s uncertainty frustration and friendship while accurately depicting the challenges both the academy cadets and active duty lieuten.
Summary Refined by FireS a good view into
what it must have been like to be a vanguard in the introduction os femalesit must have been like to be a vanguard in the introduction os females what had been an The Militant Messiah exclusively male world during the 1970s The characters are portrayed as plucky and insecure determined and fearful as they ride the rollercoaster ofxpectations and disapproval and I believe that is a fairly accurate and honest interpretation This is a great story of women being integrated into the regular army in the 1970 s They were certainly ground breakers for women today This book follows several paths for women including studying at West Point ROTC and direct commission I The Return To Camelot enjoyed reading this history of women in service it certainly has changed over the years There are authors writing with this theme and I like the. Antsncountered in the United States Army of the mid 1970s Refined by Fire the first novel in the Guardians of Peace historical fiction series by Ruth VanDyke and Yvonne Doll weaves a tale of young women surviving and thriving in sometimes difficult and completely uncharted circumstance.