FRONT LINES, BY MICHAEL GRANT

Review by Noah Kwak

Front Lines is about 3 courages girls who left their family to join service in the US military. The setting is in the 1940's, during WW2 and half the book takes place in Tunisia. Tunisia would be America's first combat in the eastern front. The book is told by each girls perspective and each girl would have her own story on. One girl is a farm girl who is sent straight to the frontline, another girl is served as a medic and the final girl is sent to get information on the enemy. This book is for people who like action, some romance, and historical facts. Though be warned, this book may contain some language and some inappropriate parts to it. But it's a book I think people who like equality in gender and for people who like facts on WW2.

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