When Women Were DragonsWhen Women Were Dragons by Kelly Barnhill
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book! Kimberly Farr, and Mark Bramhall (Narrators), made this story come to life. I must warn you that when you hear Mark’s voice for most of the book, it is so boring and may even tempt you to quit the book, but stay with it. There is a reason for the way he comes across as a newscaster.

I think I am going to read this again soon, as I miss the main character so much. I miss the dragons!

This book brought in societal issues from WWWII but changes history by inserting dragons as women left the workplace when the soldier came home.

By the way, there is a point in the story where I needed Kleenex. Just saying.

This book plays ‘what if’ very well. The author wrote characters of depth. The plot keeps the reader guessing and wondering. And wishing. When do I get to dragon?

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