Night Witches by Mirren Hogan


If you have been reading my reviews for awhile now, you are likely aware that even though I mostly review books that fall into the paranormal/fantasy/sci-fi genres, I do also enjoy historical fiction.  Night Witches very neatly falls into that category and given that I also enjoy learning about World War II which is when it takes place, I knew going in I’d be hard pressed to not enjoy it.

Mirren Hogan brings us in this fictional account, a story of how the famous 588th Night Bomber Regiment came to be through the eyes of one of the young women who volunteered. It follows not just how this woman and the others would go onto prove themselves as belonging in the thick of things with the men but that they were going to become feared by the Nazis (from whom they got their nickname of Night Witches).

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