We Rule the Night

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Apr 2, 2019 - Young Adult Fiction - 400 pages
Two girls use forbidden magic to fly and fight--for their country and for themselves--in this riveting debut that's part Shadow and Bone, part Code Name Verity.

Seventeen-year-old Revna is a factory worker, manufacturing war machines for the Union of the North. When she's caught using illegal magic, she fears being branded a traitor and imprisoned. Meanwhile, on the front lines, Linné defied her father, a Union general, and disguised herself as a boy to join the army. They're both offered a reprieve from punishment if they use their magic in a special women's military flight unit and undertake terrifying, deadly missions under cover of darkness. Revna and Linné can hardly stand to be in the same cockpit, but if they can't fly together, and if they can't find a way to fly well, the enemy's superior firepower will destroy them--if they don't destroy each other first.

We Rule the Night is a fiercely compelling story about sacrifice, complicated friendships, and survival against impossible odds.
 

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We Rule the Night

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Inspired by the Night Witches, real WWII Soviet fighter pilots, Bartlett’s electrifying feminist fantasy debut uses keenly wrought characters, harrowing action sequences, and creative yet economical ... Read full review

Contents

NIGHT WONT PREVENT
GIVE MY SON GLADLY
SEIZE YOUR CHANCES
FOR EVERY GIRL A PLACE
OUR SOLDIERS MARCH ON YOUR FAITH
KEEP FAITH IN YOUR UNION
COOPERATION IS INFORMATION INFORMATION IS VICTORY
STRIVE FOR YOUR UNION
PRACTICE MAKES PREPARED
NEVER RETREAT
WE WILL BRING THEM
OUR REALM IS THE NIGHT
VICTORY COSTS
FAITH AND LOYALTY
FIRE AND GLORY
Copyright

UNITY IS STRENGTH

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Claire Eliza Bartlett grew up in Colorado. She studied history and archaeology and spent time in Switzerland and Wales before settling in Denmark for good. When not at her computer telling mostly fictional stories, she works as a tour guide in Copenhagen, telling stories that are (mostly) true.