To Catch a Falling Star To Catch a Falling Star is the eighth book in Anna Belfrage s series featuring time traveller Alexandra Lind and her seventeenth century husband Matthew Graham Some gifts are double edged swords For

  • Title: To Catch a Falling Star
  • Author: Anna Belfrage
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  • To Catch a Falling Star is the eighth book in Anna Belfrage s series featuring time traveller Alexandra Lind and her seventeenth century husband, Matthew Graham Some gifts are double edged swords For Matthew Graham, being given the gift of his former Scottish manor is a dream come true For his wife, Alex, this gift will force her to undertake a perilous sea journey, le To Catch a Falling Star is the eighth book in Anna Belfrage s series featuring time traveller Alexandra Lind and her seventeenth century husband, Matthew Graham Some gifts are double edged swords For Matthew Graham, being given the gift of his former Scottish manor is a dream come true For his wife, Alex, this gift will force her to undertake a perilous sea journey, leaving most of their extensive family in the Colony of Maryland Alex is torn apart by this, but staying behind while her husband travels to Scotland is no option Scotland in 1688 is a divided country, torn between the papist Stuart king and the foreign but Protestant William of Orange In the Lowlands, popular opinion is with Dutch William, and Matthew s reluctance to openly support him does not endear him to his former friends and neighbours While Matthew struggles to come to terms with the fact that Scotland of 1688 bears little resemblance to his lovingly conserved memories, Alex is forced to confront unresolved issues from her past, including her overly curious brother in law, Luke Graham And then there s the further complication of the dashing, flamboyant Viscount Dundee, a man who knocks Alex completely off her feet All the turmoil that accompanies their return to Scotland pales into insignificance when a letter arrives, detailing the calamities threatening their youngest daughter in Maryland at the hand of that most obnoxious minister, Richard Campbell Matthew and Alex have no choice but to hasten back, no matter the heartache this causes Will they make it back in time And what will Richard Campbell do

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    1. Find this and other reviews at: flashlightcommentary.I’ve a confession folks, so I hope you don’t mind if start there and get it off my chest. I was over the moon when I received my copy of Anna Belfrage’s To Catch a Falling Star, but a part of my didn’t want to read it. I’ve loved each and every installment of the Graham Saga, but I wasn’t ready to say goodbye. Truth be told, I’m still not. That said I think this installment of the series is my favorite. The writing itself feels m [...]

    2. To Catch a Falling Star is Book Eight in the Graham Saga, and the last of the series, which makes me sad. I look forward to getting the invite to review another book in this great series. I did not start the series from Book One but rather in Book Three, but that was alright as the way Anna writes it was easy to pick up the story. This book continues the story of Alex and Matthew Graham in Maryland. Mathew gets a letter from his brother Luke, who he has not seen in twenty years, letting him kno [...]

    3. If home is where the heart is, then I knew that I was in for an emotional rollercoaster in To Catch a Falling Star. In the opening pages, I was immediately swept into one of the most difficult decisions a traveler must make – where is home, and when the urge to return becomes irresistible, what damage is done to those who love the visitor? In Ms Belfrage’s compelling 17th century timeslip novel, not one but two travelers seek to return home – Matthew, whose love of his native Scotland comm [...]

    4. I can't believe the series is over! As sad I am that it has come to an end, I cannot think of a better way to end the series. We get to see Alex and Matthew grow old together with their grown children and friends and I kind of felt like they got a 'happily ever after'. I will miss them but Ms. Belfrage gave us the perfect ending to their story.Have I mentioned that I love these books? Because I do much. I thought it was perfect that Matthew got to return to Scotland; I don't think he would have [...]

    5. This is the 8th book in The Graham Saga. I have been reading this series for about a month now and feel like I am going to be super sad when they are over. In this book, Matthew and Alex are in their 50's. After locating Luke's son, Luke buys Matthew his land back in Scotland. Half of the characters stay in America, and the others go back to Scotland. Matthew decides its not all its cracked up to be, and has to make the choice to sell his childhood home, or stay in a place he is no longer welcom [...]

    6. I thought about just not writing this review and begging forgiveness. The reason for that being that it’s for the eighth book in Anna Belfrage’s The Graham Saga series, which is also the last. Yes, To Catch a Falling Star is the last. Crying ensues from everyone, everywhere (cue Kleenex!). This really is a best-loved series by so many, and I am included in both the crying and the loving. However, since Anna told me recently that she may re-visit some of the characters, I’ll choose to keep [...]

    7. The Graham SagaIf you are looking for a fantastical escapest read I can recommend this saga of the adventures of Alex and Matthew in Scotland and the New World in the 1600's. The story draws you in and the author''s historical research and detail of life and death in these times is brilliant and makes you want to find out more about her characters - the time travelling element of the plot makes it all the more intriguing.

    8. If you liked the Outlanders Series you will love this series . A young woman is swept back to the 1600’s to Scotland and needs to readjust to life during this time. This is a saga that spans 30 years with all the trial and tribulations of that time period both in Scotland and In the colonies, especially Maryland and Virginia. A real page turner and a must read .

    9. Sweet ending to a awesome seriesNext to Outlander this is my favorite time travel romance . I absolutely adore Matthew and Alex story. Hate to see it end.

    10. I am very sorry to see this excellent series reach its end. I suppose it had to happen sometime but I have to admit to being sad to see these characters find the end of their literary lives. Although there is a bit of a teaser at the end of the book indicating the possibility of short stories to come so cross your fingers fans! I’ve read all of the books in the series but the first – although I do have it on my tablet. I just haven’t had the time to read it!In this book Alex and Matthew he [...]

    11. It is no secret that this is one of my favorite series. I have been staring at this book for a couple weeks now with mixed feelings. To sit and crack this baby open would mean the beginning of the end, but then there is that need to find out what is going to happen when Matthew and Alex travel back to Scotland. The synopsis does a great job outlining what is about to take place. Any author that tackles a series is really putting a lot of pressure on themselves. Especially with 8 books in the Gra [...]

    12. I will admit first that it took me awhile to realize why I was so confused at the beginning of this book. The time continuity didn't seem possible and had me wondering what exactly was going on. I was totally lost. Well, turns out To Catch a Falling Star is Book 8 in The Graham Saga and if you have read the previous seven books, you will know exactly what is going on and how all these people are related. I mean, when a present day person goes back in time and says his mother chopped off the leg [...]

    13. To Catch a Falling Star. just thatother 5 STAR book to add to the Graham Saga Series. This series is so well written, making you feel that you are right there as part of the story no time you are half way through the book and all you want is more. Alex, Matthew and many of the characters that you have met in the other 7 books are an integral part of the 8th books of this series. Each character, whether you like them or not fit so well together, that you feel like you are part of their family and [...]

    14. This was a good addition to a fun series. I love the historical aspect that Anna uses when writing. It is one of the things that has kept me going with this series. This is the last book in the series which is sad to know we won't have any more of Alexandra and Matthew. I did feel as if the author ended the series perfectly. Her writing style keeps me turning the pages long into the night. I felt as if in this story we got to know Alexandra and Matthew even more if that is possible and as an add [...]

    15. 3.5/5.0“To Catch a Falling Star” is an intricate tale weaving historical details from different times along with the various emotions of the large Graham family.Read full review in the 2015 June issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    16. Fabulous family saga. Historical detail in depth of Scotland and the Colonies in the 1600s and descriptive of family life and living at the time. Complicated family relationships with the added spice of time travel beautifully blended in.

    17. We are proud to announce that TO CATCH A FALLING STAR by Anna Belfrage is a B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!

    18. Love this series . It's not outlander but it's an enjoyable series . I like the children of Alex and matthew and their adventures

    19. Fun seriesd to have end, but I like that it ended "in period " rather than moving to modern daybut it would be nice to see it continue some more

    20. I read all eight books of the Alex and Mathew Graham series obviously I enjoy her storytelling. Not quite up to the Outlander standard, but close.

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