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RatureLee Westfall has a secret She can sense the presence of gold in the world around her Veins deep beneath the earth pebbles in the river nuggets dug up from the forest floor The buzz of gold means warmth and life and home until everything is ripped away by a man who wants to control her Left with nothing Lee disguises herself as a boy and takes to. Long story short this book got me out of a dreadful book slumpOne of a bookworm s worst nightmares That feeling when you just can t get into any book I ve started feeling this way recently having started at least five novels in the last five days and not finishing a single one I just couldn t feel anything towards them Is it me or is it the book Either way I was a wreck with the guilt considering the backlog of books ARCs and otherwise that have been on my shelves for monthsLeave it to Rae Carson s fantastic storytelling skills and genuine characters to pull me out of that abyss ALL HAIL THE UEENThis book gave me newfound life The Gold Rush era an uncanny ability to feel the presence of gold wherever they are a gender bender during a time when women are seen as something to be taken care and owned This is definitely one of the most uniue premises I ve read recently and Carson owned it with Leah Westfall s character the only daughter of gold miner parents who was killed by someone after her abilitiesLeah Westfall is the fricking bomb guys I love her to kingdom come She is headstrong level headed and determined she isn t afraid to get her hands dirty mucking stalls hunting game and looking for gold during a time when women were seen as only good enough for childbirth and laundry Because of the unfortunate circumstances that befell upon her she is forced to present herself as a boy in order to find a new life elsewhere all the way to California where it was rud numerous amounts of gold were found And I don t blame her at all for wanting to take this direction especially during a time when bandits and thieves prey on lonely travelers Women back then weren t taken seriously when it came to business either so she had to disguise herself and take on a new identity in order to be able to do the things she was good atBut even though her hands are calloused with the hard work she s given throughout the years she is still a vulnerable and relatable heroine and my heart ached and felt for her for the loneliness danger and restlessness she felt as she traveled and look for Jefferson her best friend who went on to California ahead of her I can t imagine what I would done if I were in her own shoes Would I endure an uncle treating me like cattle or be in control of my own life but be in risk of other dangers I really like that despite everything Leah simply wants to be able to be herself not to be seen as a useless woman good for child bearing and washing but simply as Leah who can do these things and still be And may I remind you this took place in 1849 in the California Gold Rush The only thing about this book is that 80% of it is composed of traveling so it may be too snail paced to other people I mean America is huge People back then didn t have airplanes and trains were just starting to be built People traveled the old fashioned way by walking horseback or wagons And oh steamships and flatboats too Because of this the book is largely composed of Leah and her friends trying to survive the travel to California They encounter bandits hordes of buffalos sickness They go through mountains through long rivers that take weeks to travel and the scorching hot desert They meet all kinds of people along the way suspicious ones endearing ones slimy ones and it s all just so mesmerizingYes the pace is slow but I loved every page every second of it Leah is an amazing rootable character who is strong and full of life and resolve I love how she took her life in her own hands and proved how people s impression of her were wrong again and again I love how even though certain individuals were demotivating her even though she made fatal mistakes here and there she never gave up and always always stood up againThe only thing that I wasn t really feeling here was the romance It didn t really feel genuine to me although that may be because Jefferson was never a key character to Leah s development and well being He was behind the scenes most of the time and I guess that s why I just couldn t connect with him and thus couldn t back their feelings for each other But hey having read Carson s previous series before this may changeAll in all this book is insanely good Don t mind the slow pace and just bask in Leah s character and character development and the relationships she creates with other people who are as interesting and diverse Trust me on this one guys One Wore Blue (Cameron Saga: Civil War Trilogy, in the world around her Veins deep beneath the earth pebbles Size Matters in the river nuggets dug up from the forest floor The buzz of gold means warmth and life and home until everything ¡Oh, lorem ipsum! is ripped away by a man who wants to control her Left with nothing Lee disguises herself as a boy and takes to. 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Walk on Earth a Stranger

The trail across the country Gold was discovered in California and where else could such a magical girl find herself find safetyRae Carson author of the acclaimed Girl of Fire and Thorns series dazzles with the first book in the Gold Seer Trilogy introducing a strong heroine a perilous road a fantastical twist and a slow burning romance as only she c. All I can say is THERE BETTER BE A SEUEL COMING ERMAGERD Actually I can say a whole lot because you know me I m a reviewer of many words And I loooooved this book I LOVED IT OMG I really adore Rae Carson s writing It s as gorgeous and visual and elouent as it was in The Girl of Fire and Thorns And I m a sucker for amazing writing Also for that amazing cover can we take a moment IT S SO BEAUTIFULThis was also a bit of a nostalgic read for me When I was a small fry of a human bean I was obsessed with the Oregon Trail although this is the GOld Rush to Californiabut whatever I read countless books on it and seriously built wagons out of paddle pop sticks AND HECK I CACULATED THE COST OF GETTING TO OREGON Because I m a nerd So I particularly loved that this book relived a childhood obsession I was fated to like it basicallyOf course it uses the ancient trope of girl disguising as a boy which I used to accept without a blink as a kid Now Weeeellsure you can wrap your chest but women have different kinds of features SO YEAH I did struggle to swallow that as fast Although it turned out view spoilerthat mostly everyone knew she was a girl anyway So apparently I m not the only one who thinks it s a very fallible trope hide spoiler

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The first book in a new trilogy from acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Rae Carson A young woman with the magical ability to sense the presence of gold must flee her home taking her on a sweeping and dangerous journey across Gold Rush–era America Walk on Earth a Stranger begins an epic saga from one of the finest writers of young adult lite. DNF at 50% Where is the plot Is there a plotWhat a disappointment This book suffers from something that has plagued every single Rae Carson book I ve ever read however good they ended up being it s slow as molasses It started off so well with a strong character and a rare setting in young adult literature I have a strange life I know it well We have a big homestead and not enough working hands so I m the girl who hunts and farms and pans for gold because her daddy never had sons I m forever weary my hands roughed and cracked my skirts worn too thin too soon The town girls poke fun at me calling me Plain Lee on account of my strong hands and my strong jaw But there s plenty I love about my life that makes it all just fine the sunrise on the snowy mountain slopes a mama and daddy who know my worth that sweet tingle when a gold nugget sits in the palm of my hand But it wound up being a huge disappointment to me because I fully expected to love this book A long time ago back in the Paleolithic Era I was a grade schooler We had these things called Computer Labs and once a week the whole class would get to use it and played educational games My favorite was this game called Oregon Trail We played as settlers who wandered across the country fording rivers hunting wild game dodging attacks surviving dysentery This book was pretty much the same thing it was fun at first but it got really boringThis is essentially the plotGirl has magical gold finding powers Girl is unpopular but happy with her life and her parentsMake that WAS HAPPY with her life Parents got murdered right off BooGirl is assigned a sinister guardian Is there any other kindGirl runs away Disguises herself as a guy not that original but admittedly not too many other optionsShe gets suppliesShe travelsShe gets in troubleShe travels some She gets in troubleShe travels some Oh crap TroubleWhew let s travel onRinse repeat until I got sick of all this because it feels like I ve gone through all this before while playing a grade school game I would give this book the benefit of the doubt since I did end up enjoying Carson s previous series but my time is a lot precious to me these days and I m a lot impatient


10 thoughts on “Walk on Earth a Stranger

  1. says:

    Trust someone Mama said Her dying words burned into my heart But she was wrong When there’s gold to be had you can’t trust anyone Not a single soul 3 12 stars Walk on Earth a Stranger is a very promising start to this historicalparanormal series set during the California Gold Rush of 1849Westerns a genre that has been fairly empty for many years outside of Western Romance are making a comeback I have read

  2. says:

    DNF at 50% Where is the plot? Is there a plot?What a disappointment This book suffers from something that has plagued every single Rae Carson book I've ever read however good they ended up being it's slow as molasses It started off so well with a strong character and a rare setting in young adult literature I

  3. says:

    Reviewed by Rabid Reads45 starsThis book GAHI was already a HUGE fan of Rae Carson from reading her Fire and Thorns books so I was dying in the interim between series scavenging for any bit of information I could find about what she was working on nextAnd the I learned the excited I became a girl on the run with the ability to sense gold like a dowsing rod during the California Gold Rush Pretty cool right? I'm not a huge fan of

  4. says:

    45I really enjoyed this Video review possibly to come

  5. says:

    35 stars Enjoyed a great deal of this though I wish the characters and writing were a bit complex But I do so love that the author uses the word boughten at one point because it makes me think fondly of Little House 3Review to come

  6. says:

    Long story short this book got me out of a dreadful book slumpOne of a bookworm’s worst nightmares? That feeling when you just can’t get into any book I’ve started feeling this way recently having started at least five novels in the last five days and not finishing a single one I just couldn’t feel anything towards them Is

  7. says:

    All I can say is THERE BETTER BE A SEUEL COMING ERMAGERD Actually I can say a whole lot because you know me I'm a reviewer of many words And I loooooved this book I LOVED IT OMG I really adore Rae Carson's writing It's as gorgeous a

  8. says:

    Hey guys this book is 199 on kindle today 9 17 2016 and I also saw it yesterday on Bookoulet for really cheap for the hardcover I d

  9. says:

    After having read and loved Rae Carson’s The Girl of Fire and Thorns trilogy Walk on Earth a Stranger uickly became one of my most anticipate

  10. says:

    What started as a 4 star read gradually devolved into a 2 starI uite liked the beginning Evidently I enjoy historical fiction with hard working young girls without families making it in the world all by themselves see my highly rated Hattie Big Sky and The Hired GirlWhat I don't like in books like this I guess are dull and dour narrators with no sense of humor and lacking in optimism long boring treks and the stories unnecessarily stretched

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