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Solid and well written historical fiction, with some fresh ideas and fun.
Great family story, but also a very inspiring how-to--how to transform yourself from a poor, afraid, and powerless girl into an independent, kickass young woman.
Mare's War was definitely a good read, but I would have enjoyed it much more if it weren't as predictable.
Well written for the teenager or adult. Brought back memories of my Army Life.
Told from a grandma's point of view to her young granddaughters on a long vacation they took.
I love books that kinda go back in time. At first I wasn't sure about this book, but once I started it got really interesting. I actually learned a few things about the war.Published 2 months ago by Byars Family
In a humorous, brash amazing style, this writer speaks of a life charted out of the courage obtained from making that first step and doing Something ! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nora Queryous
This book may be a little difficult to follow but is a great read for bringing historical accuracy into an interesting fictional book. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Monica Henriquez
Even though Mare's War is listed as a YA novel, I found it a very pleasant read. Marey escaped a bad home situation by joining the WAC and then years later she developed a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Bmat
This was a wonderful book. I loved the way that the chapters switched between the past and the present. Read morePublished on December 27, 2011 by Emily
Thank you for responding so quickly. The item was as you indicated and I received it in a timely manner.Published on August 8, 2011 by Claudia J. Coleman
This was a book that I read for my Black History Month celebration, and unfortunately it was the only one I got the chance to finish. That being said, onto my review... Read morePublished on March 31, 2011 by Chelsie Lacny
Marey Lee Boylen, known as Mare, is not a typical grandmother. For Octavia and Talitha, the prospect of a forced, cross-country road trip with their unpredictable grandmother is... Read morePublished on December 4, 2010 by The Quilting Librarian