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Flight Girls

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Donna Jensen stammt aus bescheidenen Verhältnissen aus einer Kleinstadt in Nevada und träumt davon, Stewardess zu werden. Auf ihrem Flugbegeleiterinnen-Lehrgang macht sie buchstäblich eine gute Figur, die Männer fliegen auf sie und ihrem rasanten. Flight Girls (original: View from the Top, alternativ: Flight Girls – Blondinen im Anflug) ist eine US-amerikanische Filmkomödie von Bruno Barreto aus dem Jahr​. gionet.eu: Finden Sie Flight Girls in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-​Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. Flight Girls ein Film von Bruno Barreto mit Gwyneth Paltrow, Kelly Preston. Inhaltsangabe: Donna (Gwyneth Paltrow) ist hübsch, blond und ehrgeizig. Flight Girls. Manche Menschen tun alles für ihren Traum – so wie die hübsche Donna Jensen (Gwyneth Paltrow), die fest entschlossen ist, nicht in ihrer kleinen​. Flight Girls - Blondinen im Anflug (). A View From The Top. Donna (Gwyneth Paltrow) ist blond und ehrgeizig. Um ganz nach oben zu gelangen, wählt sie. Deutscher Kinostart: Originalsprache: Englisch. Alternativtitel: Flight Girls. DVD und Blu-ray; Sendetermine; Cast; Crew; Reviews/Kommentare.

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Jun 27, Norma rated it really liked it Shelves: review-requests , traveling-sister-reads. The story is told from the first person perspective of our main character, Audrey Coltrane and I absolutely loved her voice.

She definitely captured my attention and my heart as well as the other WASP women. The bond that these women shared was absolutely beautiful and I absolutely loved and admired how courageous and brave they were.

At times I felt that this storyline was simplified and rushed a little bit though because there was this strong romantic theme that I wasn't really expecting and sort of took away from the main historical story for me.

In the end though I was able to put all my concerns aside and had me rooting for a happy ending for Audrey and James. Although I think the actual book cover is quite beautiful.

Plot: Engrossing, heartfelt, interesting, steadily-paced, and entertaining. Ending: A touching and happy ending that left me feeling satisfied.

Overall: 3. The role that these brave female pilots played was absolutely extraordinary and made this quite the captivating and irresistible page-turner.

Would recommend! It was an absolute pleasure reading this historical fiction novel! View all 35 comments. She shared some amazing insight to The Flights Girls.

The Flight Girls makes for an inspiring, lighter historical fiction that explores the dynamics between the characters rather than the historical events to the story.

Noelle Salazar does a great job here dramatizing the camaraderie as she explores the compelling friendships between the women of the WASP. She adds some romance here as well for Audrey that added a bit more drama than I would have liked.

I enjoyed the dynamics here and the connections formed between the women and were drawn into their world.

I could visualize what it might have been like for the real strong and courageous pilots. I highly recommend for a lighter historical fiction that is inspired by the real women pilots.

This was a Sister read with Norma and Lindsay. View all 62 comments. Jul 01, Lindsay - Traveling Sisters Book Reviews rated it really liked it Shelves: physical-from-publisher , traveling-sister-read.

Adventurous, heart wrenching and inspiring! Audrey Coltrane is a young female pilot whose passion for flying started when she was a child.

When the war begins, she signs up to train military pilots knowing she is helping her country prepare for what may come.

Facing constant criticism and stereotyping, she is proud of her career and the adventures she gets to take while doing something she loves.

This story is inspired by the real team of female pilots who trained soldiers in WWII. I lov 4 stars! She was intriguing and heart warming; her immense bravery was shocking and inspiring.

Though I found her journey to be predictable at times, it kept me engrossed and interested throughout. The writing flowed beautifully and was well paced.

There is a strong romance theme underlying the main wartime story which I found a tad much at times, but in the end I was rooting for the lovely couple.

This was an excellent debut from Noelle Salazar and I look forward to what she writes next! This was a Traveling Sister read with Brenda and Norma which we all enjoyed.

View all 33 comments. I never tire of these stories, and The Flight Girls is indeed a special one. In , Audrey Coltrane loves to fly.

Her father taught her back home in Texas. She signs up to train military pilots in Hawaii as the war is starting.

Audrey is in the air when Pearl Harbor is bombed. This spurs her to join the Women Airforce Service Pilots program.

When James is missing, Audrey is fighting for her country and also for James. Oh my, strong women! I adored Audrey, and I loved her relationships with all the other women.

The bond was solid, and they looked out for each other as those in the military do. I breezed right through The Flight Girls.

There is a romance here, but at the center of the story is these formidable women and what they did to protect our country. A beautifully written, well-told story.

I received a complimentary copy. All opinions are my own. My reviews can also be found on my blog: www.

View all 14 comments. Jun 27, Katie B rated it really liked it Shelves: historical-fiction , war , ww2 , read-in , arc , s. As soon as I saw the cover, I knew I had to read this book.

Audrey Coltrane loves to fly planes and it's her dream to one day own an airfield back home in Texas. It's and she is saving up money while training military pilots in Hawaii.

With that one goal taking up all of her focus, she doesn't care As soon as I saw the cover, I knew I had to read this book.

With that one goal taking up all of her focus, she doesn't care to be anything more than friends with the handsome and charming Lieutenant James Hart.

This is a story about friendship, love, loss, determination, and courage. I'm so pleased the author chose to write about the WASPs as it helps with giving the women the recognition they deserve for the contributions to the war effort.

While the characters in the book are fictional, I do think the author captured the spirit of the women and what they endured as participants in the program.

I thought there was a nice balance of historical facts about the program and a solid fictional story about a woman determined to set her own path in life.

I highly recommend reading the Author's Note at the end as it provides good context for her writing process. To me the sign of a good historical fiction book is after I'm done reading I'm motivated to learn even more about the topic which was the case here.

Audrey was an easy character to root for even though she suffered from Irresistible Woman syndrome. She seemed to cast a spell over men but it didn't annoy me that much because she had a lot of good qualities including intelligence and confidence.

I loved the camaraderie among the women and how they did tend to look after one another. Romance is certainly a part of the story but not the only thing going on so I think this book will appeal to many different readers.

I received a free advance copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. View all 10 comments. May 23, Jacqueline Simonds rated it did not like it.

I picked up an ARC of this book at my job in a bookstore. After pages, I declared a book divorce. Yes, it's that bad. First, let's talk about the fact this book is so poorly edited, it made me, a former editor, nearly cry.

No, I didn't find piles of typos. I found piles of anachronisms for a book about - They barely had seats back t I picked up an ARC of this book at my job in a bookstore.

They barely had seats back then, let alone headrests. This is lazy, poorly researched, poorly executed "historical fiction" that does the writer no favors, nor the entire genre of "women's fiction.

Do I sound angry? I read a lot of independent authors' work that runs rings around this book that the indies can't even get anyone to look at.

And then dreck like this gets put out. It makes me tired. View all 21 comments. Nov 12, Sara Ackerman rated it it was amazing.

The Flight Girls captivated me from the first page and never let go. A spectacular first novel. I was lucky and got an advance copy!

Jul 11, Jenna Bookish rated it liked it. All opinions are my own and are not influenced by the publisher. I read a lot of rave reviews and went in with super high hopes, ready for a WWII story with a lot of substance and a strong, interesting female protagonist.

What I got felt more… fluffy romance set against a dark backdrop. I think this really gets at the heart of my issue with Audrey: that her love of flight really felt like her singular defining character trait.

She never starting feeling like a person to me. Another reviewer on Goodreads also pointed out some anachronisms in the novel.

The romance, while it took up a bigger part of the story than I would have liked, was fine. I liked that Audrey found someone who shared her passion and there seemed to be a huge amount of respect between the two of them, especially considering the normal power dynamics of a relationship in the time period.

The Flight Girls is a story with a lot of potential that, while it missed the mark for me personally, seems to be a huge hit with a lot of readers.

You can read all of my reviews on my blog, Jenna Bookish! Facebook Instagram Tumblr View all 5 comments. Jun 22, Stephanie rated it really liked it.

My husband is an Air Force veteran with a private pilots license, so it's safe to say that I've spent plenty of my time in and around lots of planes over the past 25 years, either as a passenger or watching them from the ground.

Audrey Coltrane has always known exactly what she wants: to fly planes and eventually own her own air hanger, not be tied down with a husband and children like her mother expects.

When the Army begins hiring women pilots to train new male recruits how to fly, she immediately takes the job and heads to Pearl Harbor.

There she makes friends, especially with Lt. James Hart, one of the few people to understands her dreams. Audrey's brave spirit continues to persevere through the war as she joins the Women Airforce Service Pilots WASP , women trained by the army to ferry planes from one military base to another and test new and repaired aircraft before it was sent overseas, all without the benefits of militarization.

Salazar's novel is immediately fascinating, her writing crisp, and the characters unforgettable, some heartbreakingly so.

It's particularly apparent when reading the descriptions of the training Audrey and the other women in the program went through, their day to day lives, the hard realities of the program, the male-dominated environment, the accidents, the deaths that Salazar meticulously researched the WASP program and the histories of real-life WASP women because the novel has such a realistic feel within every description.

What I loved most about this novel is the depictions of the relationships between the women in the program.

Except for their love of flying, they couldn't have been any more different, yet they bonded and became such wonderful friends.

Salazar captured such distinctive personalities and clearly showed how these women were breaking the glass ceiling for the generations of women to follow them.

Their courage, sacrifice, and heroism during WWII were spectacular and Salazar has written an excellent first novel depicting those attributes.

It's also a love story and an epic one too. The Flight Girls is an emotionally compelling debut yes, I cried , and I look forward to Salazar's next novel!

View all 3 comments. Apr 20, Emily rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , wwii-fiction. Easy 5 Stars. I daresay this will be one of my favorite books of the year.

The WASP program Women Airforce Service Pilots did jobs like ferrying military planes between bases, trained the men entering the airforce and tested both new and repaired planes before they were shipped back overseas, all without the protection of military status.

While the book does have a fair bit of romance, the Easy 5 Stars. While the book does have a fair bit of romance, the most compelling relationships were the ones Audrey grew with the other women in her program.

The portrayal of these women was so well rounded, each one we met had a distinct personality. I loved that the author showed all types of women in the book: ones that were "feminine", ones that were "tomboys", mean girls, engaged girls, and women who never want to be married.

A woman who spent hours on her hair and makeup could still fly circles around the men, and a woman who never wanted kids wasn't suddenly swayed from her choice by a pretty face.

Overall this was an excellent debut and I can't wait to see what comes next! Sep 01, DeAnn rated it really liked it Shelves:

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I'm so pleased the author chose to write about the WASPs as it helps with giving the women the recognition they deserve for the contributions to the war effort.

While the characters in the book are fictional, I do think the author captured the spirit of the women and what they endured as participants in the program.

I thought there was a nice balance of historical facts about the program and a solid fictional story about a woman determined to set her own path in life.

I highly recommend reading the Author's Note at the end as it provides good context for her writing process. To me the sign of a good historical fiction book is after I'm done reading I'm motivated to learn even more about the topic which was the case here.

Audrey was an easy character to root for even though she suffered from Irresistible Woman syndrome. She seemed to cast a spell over men but it didn't annoy me that much because she had a lot of good qualities including intelligence and confidence.

I loved the camaraderie among the women and how they did tend to look after one another. Romance is certainly a part of the story but not the only thing going on so I think this book will appeal to many different readers.

I received a free advance copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. View all 10 comments. May 23, Jacqueline Simonds rated it did not like it.

I picked up an ARC of this book at my job in a bookstore. After pages, I declared a book divorce. Yes, it's that bad. First, let's talk about the fact this book is so poorly edited, it made me, a former editor, nearly cry.

No, I didn't find piles of typos. I found piles of anachronisms for a book about - They barely had seats back t I picked up an ARC of this book at my job in a bookstore.

They barely had seats back then, let alone headrests. This is lazy, poorly researched, poorly executed "historical fiction" that does the writer no favors, nor the entire genre of "women's fiction.

Do I sound angry? I read a lot of independent authors' work that runs rings around this book that the indies can't even get anyone to look at.

And then dreck like this gets put out. It makes me tired. View all 21 comments. Nov 12, Sara Ackerman rated it it was amazing.

The Flight Girls captivated me from the first page and never let go. A spectacular first novel. I was lucky and got an advance copy!

Jul 11, Jenna Bookish rated it liked it. All opinions are my own and are not influenced by the publisher. I read a lot of rave reviews and went in with super high hopes, ready for a WWII story with a lot of substance and a strong, interesting female protagonist.

What I got felt more… fluffy romance set against a dark backdrop. I think this really gets at the heart of my issue with Audrey: that her love of flight really felt like her singular defining character trait.

She never starting feeling like a person to me. Another reviewer on Goodreads also pointed out some anachronisms in the novel.

The romance, while it took up a bigger part of the story than I would have liked, was fine. I liked that Audrey found someone who shared her passion and there seemed to be a huge amount of respect between the two of them, especially considering the normal power dynamics of a relationship in the time period.

The Flight Girls is a story with a lot of potential that, while it missed the mark for me personally, seems to be a huge hit with a lot of readers.

You can read all of my reviews on my blog, Jenna Bookish! Facebook Instagram Tumblr View all 5 comments. Jun 22, Stephanie rated it really liked it.

My husband is an Air Force veteran with a private pilots license, so it's safe to say that I've spent plenty of my time in and around lots of planes over the past 25 years, either as a passenger or watching them from the ground.

Audrey Coltrane has always known exactly what she wants: to fly planes and eventually own her own air hanger, not be tied down with a husband and children like her mother expects.

When the Army begins hiring women pilots to train new male recruits how to fly, she immediately takes the job and heads to Pearl Harbor.

There she makes friends, especially with Lt. James Hart, one of the few people to understands her dreams. Audrey's brave spirit continues to persevere through the war as she joins the Women Airforce Service Pilots WASP , women trained by the army to ferry planes from one military base to another and test new and repaired aircraft before it was sent overseas, all without the benefits of militarization.

Salazar's novel is immediately fascinating, her writing crisp, and the characters unforgettable, some heartbreakingly so. It's particularly apparent when reading the descriptions of the training Audrey and the other women in the program went through, their day to day lives, the hard realities of the program, the male-dominated environment, the accidents, the deaths that Salazar meticulously researched the WASP program and the histories of real-life WASP women because the novel has such a realistic feel within every description.

What I loved most about this novel is the depictions of the relationships between the women in the program.

Except for their love of flying, they couldn't have been any more different, yet they bonded and became such wonderful friends. Salazar captured such distinctive personalities and clearly showed how these women were breaking the glass ceiling for the generations of women to follow them.

Their courage, sacrifice, and heroism during WWII were spectacular and Salazar has written an excellent first novel depicting those attributes.

It's also a love story and an epic one too. The Flight Girls is an emotionally compelling debut yes, I cried , and I look forward to Salazar's next novel!

View all 3 comments. Apr 20, Emily rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , wwii-fiction. Easy 5 Stars. I daresay this will be one of my favorite books of the year.

The WASP program Women Airforce Service Pilots did jobs like ferrying military planes between bases, trained the men entering the airforce and tested both new and repaired planes before they were shipped back overseas, all without the protection of military status.

While the book does have a fair bit of romance, the Easy 5 Stars. While the book does have a fair bit of romance, the most compelling relationships were the ones Audrey grew with the other women in her program.

The portrayal of these women was so well rounded, each one we met had a distinct personality. I loved that the author showed all types of women in the book: ones that were "feminine", ones that were "tomboys", mean girls, engaged girls, and women who never want to be married.

A woman who spent hours on her hair and makeup could still fly circles around the men, and a woman who never wanted kids wasn't suddenly swayed from her choice by a pretty face.

Overall this was an excellent debut and I can't wait to see what comes next! Sep 01, DeAnn rated it really liked it Shelves: The story centers around Audrey, a Texas woman who has been flying since she was a young girl.

She ends up training pilots for WWII and then ferrying airplanes across the country. Of course, they were not always treated the best by men around them, but they had great flying skil 4.

Of course, they were not always treated the best by men around them, but they had great flying skills!

This one is more character driven with sweeping romances and great friendships forged by these women. These women pilots bonded as they roomed together and shared the risks of their war efforts.

Overall, I really enjoyed this one and found it fascinating to learn more about another part of the WWII effort. I have found this makes the reading experience even richer for me.

View all 8 comments. Jul 06, Karren Sandercock rated it really liked it Shelves: edelweiss-above-the-tree-line. When the US military advertises it's need for experienced pilots to train young male pilots in Hawaii, Audrey's Coltrane's father encourages her to apply and soon she's working in beautiful Hawaii.

In her free time she enjoys spending time with her new friends, swimming, going to beach parties, drinking cocktails and she loves living on the beautiful island.

Audrey has always wanted to teach others to fly, her plan is to one day own her own air field and her experience working in Hawaii teaching When the US military advertises it's need for experienced pilots to train young male pilots in Hawaii, Audrey's Coltrane's father encourages her to apply and soon she's working in beautiful Hawaii.

Audrey has always wanted to teach others to fly, her plan is to one day own her own air field and her experience working in Hawaii teaching flying might help her achieve her dream?

On the 7th of December Pearl Harbor is attacked and bombed by the Japanese forces. Audrey at the time is giving a young pilot a flying lesson, she manages to land the plane while under enemy fire and they escape unhurt.

Nothing can prepare Audrey for what happens after she lands her plane, what once was paradise has been destroyed, damaged or on fire. During this time a fellow pilot Lieutenant James Hart comes to her aid, he provides her with somewhere to live and they try to find out what happened to her friends?

In the past, both Audrey and James have avoided romantic relationships, despite the obvious attraction between them they decide to be good friends.

Audrey leaves Hawaii, she returns to Texas, she promises to keep in touch with James and they start writing letters to each other. Audrey returns home, after a few months she grows restless, she want's to help her country and America is now involved in WW II.

Audrey decides to join the WASP, women pilots are needed to transport planes to and from different military bases around the US, they also test new planes before there sent to England and used in combat.

The women who join the WASP, start a rigorous training program, they need be physically fit, pass written exams, and while in training they discover how dangerous their job will be!

I really enjoyed reading about Audrey and her friends experiences during training and the strong bond formed between the women.

Once she graduates Audrey is sent to Fort Sam Huston, here she again experiences prejudice from men as they assume a woman can't fly a big plane and she's working in very a dangerous conditions.

Audrey continues to write to James, but she's very concerned by his letters, the war has changed him and in his last letter it's almost like he's saying goodbye to her?

Will she ever see or hear from James again, she starts to really think about their relationship and are they just friends? Audrey and her fellow pilots work long hours, the war takes it's toll, both physically and mentally.

I shed quite a few tears, when one of Audrey's friend's is involved in a tragic flying accident and it's breaks your heart. I gave The Flight Girls four stars and look forward to reading her next book.

View all 4 comments. May 09, Janet rated it it was amazing Shelves: k-e-k , readitatbookclub , zzng-when-i-read.

The bonds she forms with her fellow pilots reignite a spark of hope in the face war, and—especially when James goes missing in action—give Audrey the strength to cross the front lines and fight for everything she holds dear.

As the niece of two fighter pilots who lost their lives in war, I hade zero ideas that there were female pilots in WWII but then again, we do not study much, if any, American history in Canada.

We have enough to learn about our history, but less "theirs". This was an amazing read for me - history, compelling characters and a well-written plot and a dash of romance that enthralled me from page one to end.

This is a fabulous book - I look forward to reading more of Miss Salazar's work: if this book is any indication, her works are stellar!

This is also a perfect book club pick as one could discuss women's roles then and now and compare the two. Jul 01, Little Bad Books rated it it was ok Shelves: historical-fiction.

ARC kindly provided by netgalley and publisher. The opinions expressed within this review are purely my own. Rating: 2.

Furthermore, I felt like the author had a hard time deciding what she wanted to make of the book. To me, it did ARC kindly provided by netgalley and publisher.

To me, it did not blend seamlessly and their was a struggle as to what to make of it- romance, coming of age, women's rights- all are interesting and combined, would make for a kick ass book I felt like these different aspects were at war with each other, battling for the attention of the reader rather than mixing to tell a convincing story.

The plot follows Audrey Coltrane, the daughter of a Texan oil tycoon who's one dream in life is to purchase her own airfield and fly as she pleases.

She vows to not be distracted by men until she meets Lieutenant James Hart in Hawaii, where she is a government contractor, teaching army recruits to fly planes.

Their stay is cut short by the attack on Pearl Harbor where both must part ways. In sum, the book is about Audrey and her life in Hawaii, followed by her joining the Women Airforce Service Pilots program.

She meets a lot of interesting and amazing women, loses friends along the way, and experiences sexism first hand due to her occupation.

Hart and the way she pined after him. I gave this book 2. I appreciated the attention to describing what day to day life would have been like for these women, but I felt like it was too detailed, dragged on too long, and the focus on flying and overcoming sexist scenarios was put on the backburner.

I felt like this book was a battle between all three of the aforementioned, rather than a seamless blend of it all.

The female friendships were marvelous, as was the information about WASP. Her dalliance with Officer Carter Wilson was totally unnecessary.

After all, James was in Europe fighting a war. Everyone would have known that letters would be sporadic at best. Perhaps the author really wanted to write a romance nov The female friendships were marvelous, as was the information about WASP.

Perhaps the author really wanted to write a romance novel. I would have liked it more minus the romance. Nov 17, Christine Mott rated it it was amazing Shelves: owned.

She has always wanted to be a pilot and has dreams that her mother does not understand. She lands a job in Hawaii training military pilots.

They all come from different backgrounds and soon become friends. While in the program, her commanding officer James Hart and her keep bumping into each other and soon become friends outside work.

They decide to keep things casual and keep their relationship as a friendship. They both see first hand the death and destruction and try to deny their feelings and they grow closer.

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Jensen wird für Inlandsflüge zugeteilt und lebt in Cleveland. Dort trifft sie zufällig auf Ted, der beeindruckt durch ihre Zielstrebigkeit vor einem Jahr sein Jurastudium wieder aufgenommen hat, und verliebt sich in ihn.

Er ist nicht mit Donnas Handschrift ausgefüllt. Die Frauen kommen dahinter, dass Christine die Tests vertauscht hat.

Ferner erinnert sich Weston, dass während eines Besuches von Christine aus ihrem Badezimmer zahlreiche Seifestücke gestohlen wurden.

Sie ruft den Sicherheitsdienst an, damit Christine beobachtet wird. Christine wird später des Diebstahls von Firmeneigentum überführt und entlassen.

Jensen darf den Test wiederholen, sie besteht ihn mit der maximalen Punktezahl. Donna will mit Ted ihr Leben verbringen, da sie nur so glücklich sein kann.

Dafür muss sie aber ihren Job als Flugbegleiterin für Langstreckenflüge aufgeben.

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