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I recommend you read this book even if you are not a history/ civil war fan.
There are some fascinating details about the Civil War; I think Jiles did a wonderful job researching and giving the book an authentic period feel.
I did not enjoy the characters and found the story too choppy and depressing.
This is an intriguing historical novel that gives a whole new perspective of the Civil War. Very well-written.Published 2 days ago by MEK
Interesting information about the civil war in southwest Missouri, but I feel that it needed a lot of editing. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Marilyn Williams
One of my favorite books. Reads like poetry mixed with history. Here is a little slice of civil war history that is so unknown. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marilyn W. Kotula
Found this book on the shelf at a relative's house during a visit, and I needed something to read at bedtime, so I gave it a shot - what a happy accident! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Historical Fiction Fan
The book Enemy Women is a fictional novel with nonfiction events throughout the story. It takes place near the end of the Civil War and describes the journey of Adair Colley. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Noah Lott
The novel “Enemy Women” by Paulette Jiles matches the genre of a fictional young-adult story with pinches of historical events. Read more
“Enemy Women” by Paulette Jiles is a beautifully written young-adult historical-fiction novel following a young girl and her life based during the Civil War. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mariah McMullen