Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein

Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein

Publisher:  May 15th 2012 by Hyperion

Format: Hardcover borrowed from the local library

Reviewed by: Brittany from The Book Addict’s Guide

I’m not usually one for historical fiction, mostly because, well. I’m not usually one for history. All throughout my school days, nothing ever fascinated me about the subject so I always get nervous when I tackle books that entangle their fiction with factual events. I was pleased to find that even if you know nothing about World War II (my knowledge of the whole event is shameful), Code Name Verity is a fascinating and emotional read for anyone.

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Contest: Jane Austen and PD James, it’s a match made in any YA Fiction lover’s version of Heaven

So rarely do I do this, but today I had to share a non-YA fiction find (come on! Tons of YA heroines adore Jane Austen, so we can too. Natch.)! Jane Austen’s Facebook page (masterminded by Knopf it looks like) posted this lovely contest:

To celebrate the literary marriage of P.D. James and Jane Austen, we’re giving away a hardcover edition of DEATH COMES TO PEMBERLEY to 15 of Jane Austen’s most adoring fans. Bonus: we’ve also featured the prologue of ‘Pemberley’ for your enjoyment. Enter: http://ow.ly/8HFrx.

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