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Product Details

  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley Trade; 1 edition (January 3, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425245233
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425245231
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #563,353 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A beautifully written, riveting novel. 
--Madeline Hunter, New York Times bestselling author of "Dangerous in Diamonds"



Graham's sweeping tale unfolds with the kind of luscious, unrushed prose that feels rapturously close to epic. 
--Shana Abé, New York Times bestselling author of "The Time Weaver"


Romantic Times: ★★★★
Graham debuts with a uniquely crafted love story of two people who have never physically met, but have shared a bond since childhood... Readers will wait with bated breath for the sequel.

About the Author

Genevieve Graham graduated from the University of Toronto in 1986 with a Bachelor of Music in Performance. While on a ski vacation in Alberta, she met her future husband in a chairlift line-up and subsequently moved to Calgary to be with him. They have recently settled in a small, peaceful town in Nova Scotia with their two beautiful daughters. 
     Writing became an essential part of Genevieve's life a few years ago, when she began to write her debut novel, Under the Same Sky.

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Genevieve Graham graduated from the University of Toronto in 1986 with a Bachelor of Music in Performance (playing oboe). While on a ski vacation in Alberta she met a really cute guy in the chairlift line-up and they skied together for two days. After the second day she decided she had to have him ... permanently. The couple (now husband & wife) subsequently moved to Calgary and brought two beautiful and talented daughters into the world. They have recently settled in a small, quiet town in Nova Scotia and are loving their new life.

Writing became an essential part of Genevieve's life a few years ago, when she began to write her debut novel, "Under the Same Sky".

"Under the Same Sky," "Sound of the Heart," and "Somewhere to Dream" are all published by Penguin.

Genevieve also offers editing services on her other website: www.WritingWildly.com

www.GenevieveGraham.com

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Genevieve Graham's characters are well developed and complex.
Dana
I have read hundreds of books, but this might be the first, in my memory, that I have ever cried from.
Mary @SweepingMe
I recommend this to everyone who enjoys historical romances !
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Mary @SweepingMe on March 14, 2012
Format: Paperback
My Opinion:
Absolutely fantastic and best written historical romance book I have ever read. This stoy had my emotions up and down and I loved it! I cried within the first three chapters of the book. That's how great this is. If any book could get my emotions just wrung out like this, it has to get the highest recommendation I have ever put forth to a book. I have read hundreds of books, but this might be the first, in my memory, that I have ever cried from. That's how touching and descriptive scenes from this book were. Genevieve has out done herself in this novel. I can't wait for book two and there will even be more in this series.
We are taken through the life of Maggie, a girl from South Carolina that has dreamed of a boy since she was very young. Across miles and oceans. They don't know each other. They have never met, yet in their dreams they do. Maggie has the gift of sight. She is able to see things that are going to happen or are happening. Yet, it doesn't let her see everything. She can not read everything in her own future but she does get flashes of things that will happen and to the people around her. We are lead through some HORRIFIC occurrences in her life and her growing up and becoming a woman.
Then we watch as the man Maggie has dreamed about helps her in ways that are so surreal. She also helps him in his times of need. I loved how they did this for each other. Helping each of them give strength and love to one and other was just magical. I don't even feel like I can give this book the justice it deserves. It's just that great. It's a wonderful and imaginative tale of strength, honor and above all else true love.
I HIGHLY recommend getting a copy of this book.
I give Under the Same Sky by Genevieve Graham 5 or 5 stars and is another of my 2012 favorites!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tiffany A. Harkleroad TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 4, 2012
Format: Paperback
Her whole life, Maggie has seen him. As a child, she saw him, as a young woman she saw him, and as her life embarked on a path of terror, she saw him. In fact, he is what saved her. Maggie endures a series of horrific events, and through it all, the vision of a man calms her, soothes her, saves her. The man is Andrew, a Scottish lad who also grew up seeing visions, visions of the American lass he will later learn is Maggie. Drawn to each other across years and miles, the two can only hope to survive together.

I told the author, when I was midway through the book, that it was stealing my breath and breaking my heart. She responded that she hoped it would heal my heart as well, and I am happy to say her hope was fulfilled. This book? Breathtaking. Honestly. This is not your typical damsel in distress with a heaving bosom beneath a ripped bodice type of romance novel. This, well, this is pure magic. The story is so incredibly written. The way that Maggie and Andrew have parallel lives, paths occasionally crossing on a metaphysical plane.

Maggie's character is what really broke my heart. This poor girl, her story is so painful. I cannot imagine any reader not having an intense reaction to Maggie's story. And yet, her strength, her will to survive is so beautiful. I felt more connected to Maggie than to Andrew, but I feel certain that without sometimes seeing through Andrew's eyes, this story would have been incomplete. I think it is brilliant the way Graham allows their stories to unfold simultaneously.

There is a deeply spiritual connection between Maggie and Andrew, and that is what makes this story so romantic. I am the type of reader who longs for that type of story in a genre that, despite its name, is often reduced to shallow sexuality. I think real fans of romance novels will enjoy this book, particularly those fond of historical romances and Highland romances.

Genevieve Graham has outdone herself this time.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By NatureRabbi on January 12, 2012
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This book is not for sissies. It is a gripping adventure following the lives of two strong characters who meet and come to depend on each other in their dreams. The background is rich and the characters are folks you would like to know. I began this book and was pulled immediately into the story. A clue as to how much I liked this book: I finished at 3:00 a.m.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Warner on January 3, 2012
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It's hard to believe this is Genevieve Graham's first book--it's so beautifully written, so well-plotted, and has such fine characterization. The mark of a good writer is when an author can create a situation (in this case, a psychic connection) that is beyond the reader's experience, yet can still make it feel utterly believable. Graham does this to perfection. This love story of two damaged souls a world apart yet forever in each other's thoughts (even though they have never spoken or met) is unique and beautifully drawn. Maggie lives in America--Andrew lives in Scotland. Each faces monumental obstacles, terrible losses, and crushing hardship, yet they draw strength from their fragile psychic bond to eventually reach their "happily ever after". This is not a book for the faint-hearted, but an authentic look at both Scotland and Colonial America in the 1750s. It is also an endearing and enduring love story. Graham has a remarkable talent.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Evie Seo (Bookish blog) on January 19, 2012
Format: Paperback
Under the Same Sky by Genevieve Graham is a superb historical romance with a unique paranormal twist. From the outstandingly thorough development of characters and plot to the deliciously served historical details, it's a real treat to read. Fast paced, gracefully written and immensely enjoyable, it's a book to devour.

Maggie Johnson, a sixteen-year old girl from South Carolina, has been gifted with a special talent. Like her Grandmother before her, Maggie has "the Sight". She can see things that haven't yet happened, or are happening right now miles away. Her dreams reveal to her what will happen an hour, a day, a week, or even a year before it does. She can also find things that are lost or hidden.

In addition to her prophetic gift, Maggie can also see someone in her dreams. Andrew, a young Highlander, has been there (in her dreams) ever since she can remember. They basically grew up together and helped each other through difficult times. They are connected in a weird, magical way. Maggie calls Andrew "Wolf", as she doesn't know his real name. Worlds apart, not really knowing anything about each other and yet so madly in love with one another, these unlikely lovers will do anything it takes to finally be together for real. They'll embark on a dangerous journey across the treacherous lands and seas. A journey filled with many obstacles, with dreams as their only guide.

This book was wonderful. It offered so much more than I expected. Not only it has a great historical background, that is absolutely fascinating to read about (like the battle of Culloden (1746) or the conflict between British-American settlers and the Cheeroke), but also the romance part of the story is simply fantastic. Not in the least cheesy or overdone.
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