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Y with something new every time A new what Well let s see In this book Whither Thou Goest for example The Grahams show how strong the bonds of family loyalty can be and how that it can give us courage to face anything that life throws at us To preserver never give up in the face of the enemyOkay I can see I m rambling and I m not really sure this would be considered a review by any standardsthis story is something you just have to experience for yourself But I will try my best to give you a reviewI have often heard the uestion and iscussion what makes for a good Historical fiction read There is solid plot strong character Major Westhavens Unwilling Ward development well written prose historical accuracy and so onthis story has all of those things and much I truly believe that Anna Belfrage is about the best writer of portraying the human condition I have ever come across Io not say that lightly Her character evelopment is beyond brilliantIs that possible Well I certainly think so She also has a knack for rawing in the readers to the period and culture of the time So good in fact when you re reading her books you forget for a time that you actually live in the modern worldIf y Find this and other reviews at often talk about escaping into novels about stepping into the shoes of another and living a thousand How to Disappear different lives between the pages of their books It s an interesting concept and one I certainly subscribe to but it takes new meaning with each installment of The Graham Saga Where most authors capture a moment Anna Belfrage recreates a lifetime an intimate portrait that few of her peers can rival On the surface Wither Thou Goest is an adventure A uest that takes the Grahams from their comfortable colonial home to the turmoil of the West Indies It is a rescue mission complete withanger heartbreak and intrigue Pretty straightforward stuff until one looks beneath the surface Behind the scenes every member of the family is struggling with personal Act Like You Know demons the ripple effects of events seen in earlier installments of the series and while I love therama created by Charlie s situation I found the emotional foundation of the book far captivatingSarah s plight was a challenge for me as were Ian s struggle with responsibility Matthew s private pain and Samuel s ivided loyalties Alex s attempts to navigate the storm while managing her own conflicts represented yet another obstacle but the ynamic illustrated by the family s interactions created an engaging and intricately complex portrait of loyalty and honor and I love the inherent contrast it bore in comparison to Luke s branch of the Graham family as well as the BurleyConnor relations Beautifully written thought provoking and intense Whither Thou Goest lives up to its predecessors in every possible way A must read for any fan of historic fiction. Us and along the way Alex comes face to face with a most Agewise disturbing ghost from her previous life a man she would much have preferred never to have metTime is running out for Charlie Graham Matthew is haunted by reawakened memories of hisays as an indentured servant and then there’s the eerie Mr Brown Charlie’s new owner who will o anything to keep his secrets safe anything at allWill Matthew eliver his nephew from imminent eath And will they ever make it back home.
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This must be a record for me reading three books in the same series within less than a year For several years I ve been following Diana Gabaldon s Outlander series but I Anthropology as Cultural Critique don t often get through even two of the books in a year Iip in and out of them when I m in the mood This year I received copies of the Graham Saga novels as they were released in exchange for honest reviews I started reading and just kept going Whither Thou Goest by Anna Belfrage who is on a Historical Fiction Virtual Blog Tour with the book is number 7 in an eight book timeslip historical fiction series set in the seventeenth century I reviewed Book 5 Serpents in the Garden in April and Book 6 Revenge and Retribution in September I enjoyed books 5 and 6 so I had no ualms about reviewing the next book tooI m sure to repeat myself in this review as everything I ve said about previous books in the series holds true about this one It is a well written engaging story that allowed me to escape into an earlier century and live in that world for a while I wouldn t want to find myself trapped in the seventeenth century as one of the main characters Alex has Anyone done but I loved slipping into it to follow the Grahams storyOnce again the plot moves along at an enervating pace blending the events in each character s life to paint the overall picture In this book the task Matthew and Alex undertake is the focus of the story but events affecting other members of the Graham clan are not ignored either There s than enough happening to keep the reader s attentionI enjoy theiverse settings that I find in these novels We began this story in the familiar setting of the Grahams homestead and eventually arrived on an exotic Caribbean island that wasn t paradise for some of its inhabitants The author vividly epicts the wonders and the horrors of each place included in the storyWhile we encountered old and new characters throughout the story Matthew and Alex ominated this book After three novels I still find them believable engaging characters who are each a product of the era they were born into I Boggs don t always like everything that Matthewoes but I believe a man from his era would behave as he Battleground Chicago does I especially enjoyed watching the couple s relationshipeepen as the years pass espite the many trials they have faced In this novel Alex s brother in law Simon Melville redeemed himself in my eyes after his selfish actions in the previous book I was also touched by the relationship between Ruth and Father MunozI can honestly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical fiction timeslip stories or just a good tale 35 stars and onto 8 Another winner from Anna Belfrage I adore this family saga On to book 8 LovedIntense story lots of emotion Anna Belfrage writes another great one Thanks for the each into another time. Whither Thou Goest is the seventh book in Anna Belfrage’s series featuring time traveller Alexandra Lind and her seventeenth century husband Matthew GrahamIn their rural home in the Colony of Maryland Matthew and Alex Graham are still recovering from the awful events of the previous years when Luke Graham Matthew’s estranged brother asks them for a favour Alex has no problems whatsoever ignoring Luke’s sad plea for help In her opinion Matthew’s brother is an evil
Keep writing ExcellentI enjoyed every minute of this book I like the way history is blended with the story Will be sorry when the series ends This is the seventh book in The Graham Saga It is a story of a time traveling woman It takes place in America at a time when there is much upheaval and ysfunction Her family has been through many tragedies and still her love for her man never falters After being accused of being a witch or less Alex is than less inclined to help her asshole of a brother in law Nobody can blame her for that He has been the cause of much strife in Alex and Matthew s lives His son is punished for treason and sentenced to Bitter Choices die on a plantation Even though there is no love loss between the brothers Alex and Matthew feel it is theiruty owed their Bill Veecks Crosstown Classic dead son who loved Lukes boy to go fetch him from Barbados Poor Alex is back on a ship and sicker than aog yet again I must say that there is only one book to go in this saga and I will be sad to be finished This family has been a part of my life for the last month and I can t help but think I will morn their loss Happy Reading I feel very possessive of the characters in Anna s books by now since this is the seventh book in the series with their uite strength evotion loyalty love and most of all humor The humor and courage that Anna s main time slip character Alexandra Lind exudes over hundreds and hundreds of pages reminds me now of Anna and she ll either love or hate I said that but she s extremely strong and super funny herself I can t imagine not havi You on t have to Mikhail Bakhtin do this Youon t owe Luke anything That brother of yours has cost you Carnival dearly Years in prison further years of slavery constant persecution back in Scotland Alex was right Matthewid not owe Luke anything But Jacob had been Charles friend and if he were alive then he would not hesitate to get on a ship and sail to Charles aid So it falls to Matthew Jacob s father to go in his son s place and rescue his nephew Alex is Citizens and Paupers determined to go with her husband For When I finished reading this book a couple ofays later I sat Bargaining for Brooklyn down to go over my notes about this story Normally Io this after reading a book I have to write a review for It kind of gives me help in what Come In and Hear the Truth direction I want to go with in my review By golly I really struggled with this one With the story you ask No not at all but with what I wanted to say in my review There is so much to cover and not enough words in my vocabulary to express my feelings for this story The Grahams you see have become a part of my life it seems At least that is how I feel Ion t know what I m going to Carson Pirie Scott do when the series endsexcept read all the books over againThere are few series that I have really enjoyed or that have truly made an impact on my life As I read each book in the Graham Saga I come awa. Xcuse of a man whoeserves whatever nasty stuff fate throws at him Except as Matthew points out Luke is begging them to save his son – his misled Charlie one of the Monmouth rebels – and can Charlie Graham be held responsible for his father’s ill Black Nationalism deeds So off they go on yet another adventure this time to the West Indies to find a young man neither of them knows but who faces imminenteath on a sugar plantation condemned to slavery for treason The journey is hazardo.