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Code Name Verity Oct Th, A British Spy Plane Crashes In Nazi Occupied France Its Pilot And Passenger Are Best Friends One Of The Girls Has A Chance At Survival The Other Has Lost The Game Before It S Barely Begun When Verity Is Arrested By The Gestapo, She S Sure She Doesn T Stand A Chance As A Secret Agent Captured In Enemy Territory, She S Living A Spy S Worst Nightmare Her Nazi Interrogators Give Her A Simple Choice Reveal Her Mission Or Face A Grisly Execution As She Intricately Weaves Her Confession, Verity Uncovers Her Past, How She Became Friends With The Pilot Maddie, And Why She Left Maddie In The Wrecked Fuselage Of Their Plane On Each New Scrap Of Paper, Verity Battles For Her Life, Confronting Her Views On Courage And Failure And Her Desperate Hope To Make It Home But Will Trading Her Secrets Be Enough To Save Her From The Enemy Harrowing And Beautifully Written, Elizabeth Wein Creates A Visceral Read Of Danger, Resolve, And Survival That Shows Just How Far True Friends Will Go To Save Each Other Code Name Verity Is An Outstanding Novel That Will Stick With You Long After The Last Page

About the Author: Elizabeth Wein

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10 thoughts on “Code Name Verity

  1. says:

    Page 2 DAMN this book is good.Page 25 GODDAMN this book is good.Page 60 This may be the best WW II novel I ve ever read EVER SUCK IT, HEMINGWAY.Page 68 Crying.Page 70 Laughing.Page 113 Biting freshly manicured fingernails to smithereens DAMNIT WEIN I PAID FORTY DOLLARS FOR THESE NAILS.Page 150 Okay, so, I have to pee, but I really don t want to have to stop reading This could get uncomfortab

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    I have a feeling I m not going to be very popular by posting this review, everyone seems to love this book so far and I feeldisappointed in myself and my tastes than the novel or the author Code Name Verity is one of those books that are the reason why I created the shelf its me not you I mentioned this very recently in my review of The Book Of Blood And Shadow and it is also similar to the experien

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    I ll confess right up front that I m not usually a big historical fiction fan I realize this seems somewhat hypocritical of me, as I was a history major in college and adore history, but a lot of times, I find historical fictionimpenetrable than a primary source document The characters either don t feel like real people to me, or they feel like modern people to me I get distracted by historical info dumps a

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    My final foray into World War II territory for now, anyway is Elizabeth Wein s Code Name Verity, a young adult novel which really defies description, but I ll try At its heart, Code Name Verity is the story of two young British women, Maddie and Queenie or Julie , who undertake a secret mission behind enemy lines in Occupied France in 1943 The novel begins as a confession being written by Queenie while being held a

  5. says:

    Do you remember when The English Patient came out Or rather, do you remember when the Seinfeld episode about The English Patient came out Elaine goes to see it and HATES it, and is either shunned or dragged back to the theater to rewatch because everyone else loves it She ends up getting sent to Tunisia by her boss, J Peterman, because the movie was filmed there Cameo by Holly the waitress witch from True Blood playing a w

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    A Scottish girl, called Verity in a nice bit of obfuscation is the name accurate or ironic , is captured by the Germans in France during WWII Apparently broken by Nazi torture, she begins to write her confession, doling out bits of information to her Nazi captors to motivate them to keep her alive and refrain from further torture She has been spying for the Allies, so her prospects for a long life are dim.Verity tells the tale of

  7. says:

    One of two books this year to make me cry I mean, tears pouring down my face cry Queenie and Maddie are the best character duo ever Oh god, my heart still hurts.

  8. says:

    Reviewing this book feels much like walking through a minefield Not that I know what that feels like, but I can imagine, you know On the one hand, I can t reveal too much of the plot I can t reveal almost anything, really, lest I ruin the experience for you guys On the other hand, I have to write just enough to make you want to pick this book up because it s one you don t want to miss Trust me I suppose I could just point you to Maggie Stiefvater

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    It s like being in love, discovering your best friend This is distressing I am very distraught I did not like this book as much as I hoped and it breaks my heart I m aware that we can t love every book we read and you may think it a tad dramatic of me to say this but WWII historical fiction is a sub genre that I ve rarely been let down by Ever.This had all the makings of a potential favourite yet somehow missed the mark I m still reeling from it.Set in t

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    A note This review is going to be a bit vague because I really, really, reallyreally don t want to spoil this book for anyone Because oh my gosh.A note on the note This review really is going to be vague unlike all my other vague reviews which go on for about a year The first thing I did after I finished reading this book was to pick up my phone and text my best friend, who I have known since I was eleven and has been there through every single one of my problem

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