From the beginning women have fought in wars. This story of women generations apart describes the camaraderie, the risks, the trauma and the rewards of soldiering. Larkin, a veteran returned from Afghanistan adjusts to civilian life, coping with PTSD and the memory of a fallen friend. Emily, disguised as a man, joins her brothers and enlists with the Union Army in the American Civil War, finding freedom in movement and friendship. Their stories are interwoven as Larkin explores Emily's diary and researches the history of women in battle.
An excellent thought-provoking work of fiction.
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