#ThrowbackThursday Rosie’s #Bookreview Of Early Aviation #Histfic THE WILD AIR by @rebeccamascull

Historical fiction review courtesy of Rosie and team…

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32596231The Wild Air by Rebecca Mascull

4.5 stars

Wild Air is historical fiction. It begins in 1909 in the English coastal town of Cleethorpes, with the story woven around the early aviators and, in particular, the first women to take to the skies.

Della Dobbes has always enjoyed working with her hands and fixing things. A great aunt returns from Kitty Hawk, the beach in North Carolina where the Wright brothers tested their flying machines. She fills Della’s head with dreams of flight, then supports Della to make them come true. Faced with ridicule, sabotage and refusals to allow women to fly, Della perseveres and makes her way as a pioneering aviatrix.

I did enjoy this book, especially learning about the first female aviators. Most people have heard of Amelia Earhart and Amy Johnson, but in this book the author has cameo roles for lesser known, real-life ladies of the…

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