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Under the Same Sky Paperback – January 3, 2012
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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A beautifully written, riveting novel.
Graham's sweeping tale unfolds with the kind of luscious, unrushed prose that feels rapturously close to epic.
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.
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I don't usually like book with this much violence, especially against women, but this one drew me in and demanded I see it through. I have read quite a bit about the Scottish battles against the English so I know that historically it was pretty accurate. The book had a very sympathetic portrayal of Native culture which was wonderful to see in a book with some much violence. There are a least two more books about the minor characters in this book, and I do want to read them
Maggie Johnson had visions of the future as long as she could remember. While she was growing up in mid-1700's South Carolina she was aware of a male presence roughly the same age as her. She is not sure where he lives but she believes him to be real. She lives through continual hardships until a deep tragedy strikes and believes this boy-turned-man is the only one who can save her from despair.
Andrew MacDonnell had always been aware of a female watching out for him. He 'met' her when they were both young and she has continued to 'visit' him at different moments in his life. He had always felt she was someone special until, one day, he thought he lost all of his family. With no binding ties he decides to travel from his native Scotland to the Colonies to seek out this mysterious girl who he believes is now grown up.
Without revealing too much more of the plot, if you enjoy historical romances but are looking for something a little different you should enjoy UNDER THE SAME SKY. The story was simplistic in parts but affecting nonetheless. I am always looking for new authors that can stretch my imagination and Ms. Graham has done a fine job with her debut book.