Sisters in Arms

Author:

Kaia Alderson

Title:

Sisters in Arms

Publisher:

Nataka Books Reviews: 

Sisters in Arms

I was craving good historical fiction and this book definitely hit the spot! I love World War II novels but there are not a lot of black WWII novels so I was so excited to read it! I really enjoyed reading Sisters In Arms.


These women were passionate and determined to prove their superiors, the government, and even their families wrong and that black women could indeed serve.


--review by @Hillsreads blogging at https://hillysreads.wordpress.com/

Nataka Books Full Review: 

Sisters in Arms

I was craving good historical fiction and this book definitely hit the spot! I love World War II novels but there are not a lot of black WWII novels so I was so excited to read it! I really enjoyed reading Sisters In Arms. The beginning was a bit slow but when it picked up about 40/50 pages in, I was hooked! I was so invested in getting to know the characters, knowing what decisions they would make and how it would affect their lives and how they handled serving in the military for a country that did not respect them or believe they were capable of serving their country. These women were passionate and determined to prove their superiors, the government, and even their families wrong and that black women could indeed serve.


--review by @Hillsreads blogging at https://hillysreads.wordpress.com/