Rose Under Fire (Code Name Verity, #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Rose Under Fire (Code Name Verity, #2)
  • Elizabeth Wein
  • 02 March 2018
  • 1423184696

About the Author: Elizabeth Wein

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Rose Under Fire (Code Name Verity, #2) While flying an Allied fighter plane from Paris to England, American ATA pilot and amateur poet, Rose Justice, is captured by the Nazis and sent to Ravensbr ck, the notorious women s concentration camp Trapped in horrific circumstances, Rose finds hope in the impossible through the loyalty, bravery and friendship of her fellow prisoners But will that be enough to endure the fate that s in store for her Elizabeth Wein, author of the critically acclaimed and best selling Code Name Verity, delivers another stunning WWII thriller The unforgettable story of Rose Justice is forged from heart wrenching courage, resolve, and the slim, bright chance of survival. Best Read Books Rose Under Fire (Code Name Verity, #2) Author Elizabeth Wein – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Rose Under Fire (Code Name Verity, #2)

  1. Maggie says:

    First, this isn t Code Name Verity.To me, Rose Under Fire was a harder read than Verity Verity was one of my favorite books last year It was a heartbreaking and beautiful story about friendship and courage set during World War II that I compulsively read in a day However, I never forgot that it was a work of hist...

  2. Catriona (LittleBookOwl) says:

    Wow wow wow Many tears were shed reading this Wow.

  3. Hailey (HaileyinBookland) says:

    Such a beautiful, haunting, poignant story Video review to come

  4. Moira Russell says:

    YESSSSS IT IS MINEWow, I m apparently the only one who loved Verity and really disliked this book I found a lot of Rose Justice unbelievable, down to her name the fake Bella Swan style swearing, the Girl Scout round singing, the Goddamn Declaration of Independenceand the plotting felt contrived and unbelievable Most of the scenes...

  5. B the BookAddict says:

    It has felt very perverse for me to be sitting in my garden these past two days reading Rose Under Fire How could I be reading of such horror and cruelty on such a sunny day I kept looking up from my book to draw breath, to drink in some beauty to ease my mind troubled by this story.Elizabeth Wein has studied in depth the facts about Ravensbruck, the inhumane camp run by Nazi doctors in Germany, and has fashioned a story about a group of women who were detained and experimented on there They It has felt very perverse for me to be sitting in my garden these past two days reading Rose Under Fire How could I be reading of such horror and cruelty on such a sunny day I kept looking up from my book to draw breath, to drink in some beauty to ease my mind troubled by this story.Elizabeth Wein has studied in depth the facts about Ravensbruck, the inhumane camp run by Nazi doctors in Germany, and has fashioned a story about a group of women who were detained and experimented on there They called themselves Rabbits taking the term from those unfortunate animals used frequently in medical research For information purposes The experiments conducted on Polish political prisoners in Ravensbr ck by Nazi doctors fall into two groups Group one aimed at testing the efficiency of sulphonamide drugs This was done by deliberately wo...

  6. ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~ says:

    2.5 starsPrepare the flame throwers now Confession I am not really an Elizabeth Wein fan I didn t like Code Name Verity but decided to give her another go with Rose Under Fire I received a free copy via NetGalley, and it was most definitely not publication ready, which is ok, since that s the whole point after all But being stripped of its gimmickiness handwritten journal entries, pages of scrolled dead girl names, and so on didn t do the book any favors This book initially runs somewhat 2.5 starsPrepare the flame throwers now Confession I am not really an Elizabeth Wein fan I didn t like Code Name Verity but decided to give her another go w...

  7. C.G. Drews says:

    I went in knowing there was a 99.9% chance my heart would be ripped out and trampled on Thanks to Code Name Verity So did I survive THANKS A LOT, YOU HORRIBLY BEAUTIFUL SOUL WRENCHING AMAZING INSPIRING AND INCREDIBLE BOOK.Elizabeth Wein is a story telling mastermind and genius I ll read anything she writes Because she has this way with making a reader get hooked into the story SO DARN BADLY that it s impossible to breathe, because you experience what the narrator is going through And it s I went in knowing there was a 99.9% chance my heart would be ripped out and trampled on Thanks to Code Name Verity So did I survive THANKS A LOT, YOU HORRIBLY BEAUTIFUL SOUL WRENCHING AMAZIN...

  8. R.J. says:

    Extraordinary Shattering Unforgettable.I was afraid to read this book after CODE NAME VERITY not because I feared it wouldn t be as good or better on a technical level, but because I was afraid I wouldn t connect to it quite so strongly I needn t have worried Rose s story, told by a single narrator and in four sections, is different in scope and focus from the two part shared narration we got in CNV Her voice is uniquely her own American rather than English or Scottish, with its own r Extraordinary Shattering Unforgettable.I was afraid to read this book after CODE NAME VERITY not because I feared it wouldn t be as good or better on a technical level, but because I was afraid I wouldn t connect to it quite so strongly I needn t have worried Rose s story, told by a single narrator and in four sections, is different in ...

  9. Melanie says:

    Seereviews at YA Midnight Reads4.5 starsThank you Hardie Grant Egmont Australia for sending me this copy No compensation was given or taken to alter this review Hope is treacherous, but how can you live without it I don t normally review books the same day I read them Especially not one hour after I ve read them But Rose Under Fire is a certain exception because I fear that if I wait any longer, I won t be able connect words to form coherent and meaningful sentences Rose Under Fire is Seereviews at YA Midnight Reads4.5 starsThank you Hardie Grant Egmont Australia for sending me this copy No compensation was given or taken to alter this review Hope is treacherous, but how can you live without it...

  10. Suzy says:

    4 1 2 starsI ve wanted to read this follow up to Code Name Verity for quite a while In Rose Under Fire, we pick up about eight months on from the ending of Verity, meeting Rose Moyer Justice in early August 1944 She s a young American pilot right out of high school who has come to work with the Air Transport Auxiliary in England to...