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[PDF / Epub] ✅ Kopp Sisters on the March (Kopp Sisters, #5) ⚣ Amy Stewart – Eiyo.us

Kopp Sisters on the March (Kopp Sisters, #5) In The Fifth Installment Of Amy Stewart S Clever And Original Kopp Sisters Series, The Sisters Learn Some Military Discipline Whether They Re Ready Or Not As The U.S Prepares To Enter World War I.It S The Spring Of 1917 And Change Is In The Air American Women Have Done Something Remarkable They Ve Banded Together To Create Military Style Training Camps For Women Who Want To Serve These So Called National Service Schools Prove Irresistible To The Kopp Sisters, Who Leave Their Farm In New Jersey To Join Up.When An Accident Befalls The Matron, Constance Reluctantly Agrees To Oversee The Camp Much To The Alarm Of The Kopps Tent Mate, The Real Life Beulah Binford, Who Is Seeking Refuge From Her Own Scandalous Past Under The Cover Of A False Identity Will She Be Denied A Second Chance And After Notoriety, Can A Woman S Life Ever Be Her Own Again In Kopp Sisters On The March, The Women Of Camp Chevy Chase Face Down The Skepticism Of The War Department, The Double Standards Of A Scornful Public, And The Very Real Perils Of War Once Again, Amy Stewart Has Brilliantly Brought A Little Known Moment In History To Light With Her Fearless And Funny Kopp Sisters Novels.

[PDF / Epub] ✅ Kopp Sisters on the March (Kopp Sisters, #5)  ⚣ Amy  Stewart – Eiyo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • Kopp Sisters on the March (Kopp Sisters, #5)
  • Amy Stewart
  • English
  • 02 August 2017
  • 9781328736529

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  1. says:

    Told in Stewart s nimble, witty prose, this fifth in the popular series is based largely on fact and offers a paean to patriotism and the role women have played in war, even a century ago Devoted fans will be pleased with the tantalising hint Stewart provides about what lies ahead for Constance. STARRED REVIEW Booklist


  2. says:

    I received this from Netgalley.com for a review Blurb In the fifth installment of Amy Stewart s clever and original Kopp Sisters series, the sisters get some military discipline drilled into them whether they re ready or not as the U.S prepares to enter World War I I love this series In this book, the Kopp sisters go to military camp to learn useful skills to use during the upcoming war, which really wasn t so useful until Constance took charge of the camp We are introduced to real life notorious character Beulah Binford I loved how the author quietly weaved in her story in and out with the Kopp sisters.Good series, looking forward to the next book.4.25


  3. says:

    I received this ARC as part of the Kopp Sisters Literary Society This was a departure from the style of the last four books following the three sisters as they as described at the end of Miss Kopp Just Won t Quit head off to a camp for women to learn skills appropriate to support the European war efforts in WWI In addition to our intrepid trio, an additional historical character is introduced and we learn her story through a series of flashbacks interwoven with the experiences in the camp I enjoyed the novelty and the episodes of camp life along with turn of the century Richmond, Virginia I m so impressed with Amy Stewart s ability to take a morsel from a newspaper story and snowball it into a full character story that keeps me turning pages until past my bedtime The only trouble with reading an Advance Reader Copy is that now I have to wait even longer until the story continues Guess it s time to start from the beginning


  4. says:

    Thanks to the publisher, Houghton, Mifflin, Harcourt for allowing me to be a member of The Kopp Sisters Literary Society and for sending me a fun package with this book This is number 5 in the series and I think it is one of the best yet The three Kopp sisters are headed to an all female army camp to help prepare women to help the men who may be heading to war in Europe It is Spring 1917 and the US has not officially entered the war, although men have gone to the front to support France and England Each of the Kopp sisters finds a niche in the camp, teaching and working and Constance winds up running the camp, which utilizes her skill set of being in charge of a large group of women and keeping order A woman who shares their tent may not be telling the truth about who she is and once again Freeman Bernstein, vaudeville promoter and his wife May Ward appear in the Kopp Sisters lives after Fleurette books them to perform for the Women s camp Satisfying, this book makes me want to continue reading about the Kopp Sisters lives While Amy Stewart acknowledges that this is the most fictionalized account of them thus far, they remain believable and interesting in her good hands.


  5. says:

    Netgalley provided me with an advanced reading electronic copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.Constance Kopp was a history maker when she became the first female Deputy Sheriff, and throughout the five installments of her story, she pushes the limits of roles of women In this fifth story, her sisters join her as they all embark upon service in the Great War.Kopp Sisters on the March is my favorite so far in this series In previous novels, Constance is the primary focus followed by the lead in whatever plot she is solving or supporting But in this one, the other sisters characters are development a bit The military camp setting also provides interesting plot challenges as readers see how young and grown women from different backgrounds find their places in changing societal expectations And always, there is intrigue, conflict, and humor, because how could there be anything else when 3 sisters are involved.


  6. says:

    Constance, Norma, and Fleurette Kopp are back in the fifth installment of the Kopp Sisters Series KOPP SISTERS ON THE MARCH Out of a job as a deputy sheriff in Bergen County, New Jersey, Constance Kopp is at loose ends At the insistence of her sisters and with the United States on the brink of joining the Great War in Europe Constance agrees to attend a training camp at a National Service School outside of Richmond The National Service Schools were created to train women to help out with war related tasks When the matron of the camp is injured in an accident, Constance reluctantly takes over control of the camp Realizing that most of the lessons being taught to the women are of little use to the women who are serious about taking part in the war effort in France, Constance changes the curriculum and begins teaching the women useful lessons including how to fire a gun Fleurette remains as exasperating and lovable as she was in the previous novels Norma is still obsessed with her darn pigeons and she is convinced that the Army will soon recognize that pigeons are necessary for communication purposes on the front lines of the war KOPP SISTERS ON THE MARCH is told in the third person, and the point of view bounces back and forth between Constance and another woman named Beulah Binford Beulah was a notorious woman in her day She was the other woman in a love triangle Her lover killed his wife, and Beulah was almost charged as an accessory Since being released from prison, Beulah has been running from her past Beulah was an interesting addition to the novel, and her real life story is fascinating The only problem is that Beulah steals the spotlight from Constance and her sisters Amy Stewart has based the first four Kopp Sisters novels on real life events With no historical record of what the sisters were up to in 1917, Stewart placed them at one of the real life National Service Schools It is entirely believable that the Kopp sisters could have trained at one of the schools KOPP SISTERS ON THE MARCH is a bit different from the other books in the series Constance is not involved with the local sheriff s department but it still a very intriguing novel I had never heard of the National Service Schools, so it was interesting to read about the Kopp sisters mis adventures at one of the camps Also, this novel was difference because Constance s side of the story seems to pale against Beulah s story Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the novel and I am looking forward to what the Kopp sisters get up to in the next novel Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the ARC.


  7. says:

    A terrific new addition to the Kopp Sister s saga, as told by Amy Stewart I ve read them all This latest finds the sisters in a National Service School encampment for women near Chevy Chase, just prior to the break out of WW1 in 1917 As one might expect if you re read any of the previous books, Constance finds herself stepping into a leadership role at the camp and whipping everyone into shape Of course, nothing ever goes totally to plan, but it s our indomitable Lady Deputy into the breach Dour sister Norma brings her homing pigeons to demonstrate their potential usefulness to the war effort and the youngest, Fleurette demonstrates her prowess with a variety show, sewing needle and mischief Introduced in this story is the real life Beulah Binford, a supposed notorious female figure accused of immoral behavior few years previously, well documented, if inaccurately, in the sensational news stories of the time Malicious gossip is nothing new Her story unfolds at the camp, where she d hoped to find some anonymity by attending under a fictitious name, only to fear she s been found out, with potentially disastrous consequences Stewart has done her research and based many of the sites, characters and happenings on true events and people, filling in what s missing with entirely plausible fictions Thanks to Amy Stewart and HMH publishers for allowing me to read an ARC of Kopp Sisters on the March.


  8. says:

    Stephanie, North River patron, June 2019, 5 stars I received an advance reading copy of Kopp Sisters on the March Everyone who enjoys historical fiction with strong female leads should check out this latest Kopp Sisters novel when it is published in September As usual, I was entertained but also amazed at how Stewart uses big and tiny details from primary sources to create stories about real people and the times and places where they lived There are also some subtle parallels with our time.The Historical Notes section at the back of the book is such fun I ve already done a little follow up reading on the real people who inspired characters in the novel This 5th installment of the series features some Virginia history, which was an unexpected bonus for me And of course the home front setting leading up to WWII was engaging Other than discovering how Stewart makes use of historic sources, my favorite parts of these novels are the interactions between the sisters and other idiosyncratic characters I do find that some parts of the novels are a bit slow, but they eventually pick up, and this one was hard to put down during the final few chapters Librarian s note Lucky Stephanie Don t worry, you ll be able to check out this book from MRL when it is published in September 2019


  9. says:

    I received an advance reading copy of Kopp Sisters on the March Everyone who enjoys historical fiction with strong female leads should check out this latest Kopp Sisters novel when it is published in September As usual, I was entertained but also amazed at how Stewart uses big and tiny details from primary sources to create stories about real people and the times and places where they lived There are also some subtle parallels with our time.The Historical Notes section at the back of the book is such fun I ve already done a little follow up reading on the real people who inspired characters in the novel This 5th installment of the series features some Virginia history, which was an unexpected bonus for me And of course the home front setting leading up to WWI was engaging Other than discovering how Stewart makes use of historic sources, my favorite parts of these novels are the interactions between the sisters and other idiosyncratic characters I do find that some parts of the novels are a bit slow, but they eventually pick up, and this one was hard to put down during the final few chapters.


  10. says:

    I was given the opportunity to enjoy an Advanced Reading Copy of this novel by the Kopp Sisters Literary Society What a treat I think this may be favorite of the series to date It is 1917 and all three Kopp sisters have enrolled in the National Service School which was set up to teach women volunteers skills in how to help the war effort at home and abroad in the eventuality that America would enter the war in Europe In the course of the narrative the reader also learns of Beulah Binford, notoriously connected to a murder in Richmand a few years previous The Kopp sisters and Ms Binford are not the only historical figures the reader encounters and it is always fun to see how the author ties together documents she uncovers in her research of the time to form an entertaining glimpse of another era I highly recommend this series to anyone interested in historical fiction It is wonderful to be educated about strong women figures that most of us have never heard of before and in a glut of WWII fiction it is also refreshing to learn of another era with compassion and light humor.

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