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What the community says about Tomorrow to Be Brave
- "This was a terrific read. I can't even stress enough how great it covers WW2 in South Africa. I feel like there aren't many books that focus on this. "
- "If you like memoirs about World War II this seems like a great read. Most books focus on the men but this one has a refreshing point of view. the book follows the life of Susan Travers, the only woman to serve in the French foreign legion. It shows strength and courage from a gender that you don't read about much during WWII."
- "This is a absolutely fascinating look at the life of Susan Travers, who was a socialite living a life of privilege, who gave it up to be the driver for a French Foreign Legion General in Africa. From living through Rommel's siege to receiving the French Foreign legion, you will be amazed by Susan's life and wonder why you haven't heard of her before.""The main character of this book is astounding and it's incredible to read about her feats, especially from a time when they were even more uncommon for women to undertake. Picking one extraordinary person out of this time period allows a unique insight to the second world war and really brings you into the story. It was a compelling read. "