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Cate of the Lost Colony By Lisa M. Klein Cate of the Lost Colony Lady Catherine is one of Queen Elizabeth s favorite court maidens until her forbidden romance with Sir Walter Ralegh is discovered In a bitter twist of irony the jealous queen banishes Cate to Ralegh

  • Title: Cate of the Lost Colony
  • Author: Lisa M. Klein
  • ISBN: 9781599905075
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Cate of the Lost Colony By Lisa M. Klein Lady Catherine is one of Queen Elizabeth s favorite court maidens until her forbidden romance with Sir Walter Ralegh is discovered In a bitter twist of irony, the jealous queen banishes Cate to Ralegh s colony of Roanoke, in the New World Ralegh pledges to come for Cate, but as the months stretch out, Cate begins to doubt his promise and his love Instead it is Manteo, aLady Catherine is one of Queen Elizabeth s favorite court maidens until her forbidden romance with Sir Walter Ralegh is discovered In a bitter twist of irony, the jealous queen banishes Cate to Ralegh s colony of Roanoke, in the New World Ralegh pledges to come for Cate, but as the months stretch out, Cate begins to doubt his promise and his love Instead it is Manteo, a Croatoan Indian, whom the colonists and Cate increasingly turn to Yet just as Cate s longings for England and Ralegh fade and she discovers a new love in Manteo, Ralegh will finally set sail for the New World.Seamlessly weaving together fact with fiction, Lisa Klein s newest historical drama is an engrossing tale of adventure and forbidden love kindled by one of the most famous mysteries in American history the fate of the settlers at Roanoke, who disappeared without a trace forty years before the Pilgrims would set foot in Plymouth.
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    1. Lilia on said:

      Okay Wow, that book was just absolutely amazing The writing was soo good and I was always wanting to read it The historical aspect was very fascinating with England and Roanoke and Cate was an outstanding character I really really liked her and I felt like she would have been a feminist of the 16th century and I loved how she could stand up to herself and her feelings and it was all just really well written I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical novels or this would be a gr [...]

    2. Natalie on said:

      In a Sentence Cate of the Lost Colony is a masterful coming of age tale that takes place in a vivid historical setting My ThoughtsWhen I was in high school, I picked up Lisa Klein s first novel, Ophelia, and absolutely loved it As such, I was really excited to read Cate of the Lost Colony Klein has written a few books between Ophelia and Cate, but this is only the second one that I ve read Cate of the Lost Colony definitely lived up to the high standard set by Ophelia The characters were just as [...]

    3. Tina (Fantastic Book Review) on said:

      I enjoyed Lady Macbeth s Daughter by Klein and I wondered how she would craft Cate of the Lost Colony into a fictional work of art Well, I didn t have to worry because Klein pulled me into another beautifully written work of historical fiction built around events of the Lost Colony of Roanoke It s astounding to read about some of these historical figures and the mysteries surrounding what actually happened to the Colony The detail that was put into creating the characters piqued my interest even [...]

    4. Sab H.(YA Bliss) on said:

      I m stunned This was ABSOLUTELY SPLENDID I normally quite enjoy Historical Fiction but this time I mean, come on This is probably the single one thing in history that I would die to read about, and Lisa Klein does a marvelous job with it It will always be one of the greatest historical mystery, but now I have an alternate ending that completely satisfied me I was truly amazed by the way the story flows naturally and provides the reader such vivid insight with the several POVs and letter format P [...]

    5. April on said:

      Catherine Archer, an orphan has been selected for the chance to be one of Queen Elizabeth s maids in waiting It is the chance of a lifetime, as working for the Queen reflects a potential positive change in fortune Catherine finds love with one of the Queen s favorites, Sir Walter Raleigh However, this draws the Queen s ire I am sure you can infer from the title what will happen Think Roanoke, the lost colony When in Roanoke, Cate finds herself attracted to a native, Manteo With her heart trapped [...]

    6. Jessica on said:

      Are you, like me, so incredibly fascinated by the Roanoke colony I remember reading about it in fifth grade Mind Blown They just don t know where over a hundred people went And they left a word carved into a log Beyond bizarre And awesome Lisa Klein who in her book OPHELIA, made me actually really like Ophelia , delves into the mystery of the Roanoke colony with gusto She also paints an amazing picture of life at Elizabeth I s court, and life in an Algonquin village of that same time period Thi [...]

    7. Lauren on said:

      Cate of the Lost Colony is a richly, creatively told story that combines fact and fiction in a way that not only has you learn new details about England, Elizabeth, and Roanoke Island but also leaves you breathless to find out of what happened to the fictional protagonist of Cate Cate of the Lost Colony is the story of Lady Catherine, a girl who s nearly hitting rock bottom thanks to the death of her father and the loss of nearly everything she called home But, as it turns out her luck is soon [...]

    8. Page (One Book At A Time) on said:

      I had high hopes for this book A pretty cover, Elizabethan England, the lost colony of Roanoke, romance, and danger makes for a pretty fantastic build up I was not disappointed It s a little slow to start, and one charcter annoyed me, but overall I truly loved this book The setting was marvelous I tend to love anything set during Tudor England particularly King Henry VIII or Elizabeth I I think the author did a fantastic job with the royal setting and what it might have been like to serve Queen [...]

    9. Heather on said:

      The lost colony of Roanoke was something that I always found quite interesting when studying history What happened to those people Where did they go Cate of the Lost Colony provides an intriguing and quite plausible explanation The people were absorbed into the Native American tribes nearby I know that s not something that ever would have crossed my mind before reading this book, but I m sure historians and or scholars have considered this possible outcome I loved that this story presented this [...]

    10. Allison (The Allure of Books) on said:

      Thank you to Bloomsbury for giving me a chance to review this early I have several of Lisa Klein s other books on my wishlist, and I was thrilled I d finally have a chance to read her.This book did not disappoint She expertly weaves historical fact into a narrative of her own creation She takes on one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of all time the lost colonists of the 1587 voyage to Roanoke Island She does it well It was very real and honest she showed us tastes of the combination of curios [...]

    11. Anna (Curiosity comes before Kay) on said:

      This book was absolutely wonderful and one of the best I ve read so far this year Cate is such a wonderfully relatable and fiercely abiding heroine that no matter what she did, I loved her always I loved the romance, adventure, mystery and history attached to this book It was very well written and Lisa Klein s explanation for what happened to the lost colony of Roanoke is very plausible and interesting I especially enjoyed Cate s acceptance of Manteo before she had even met him To her he was jus [...]

    12. SheLove2Read on said:

      Fictional account of what may have become of the Lost Colony of Roanoke Slow in places, and I felt the author spent too much time on inner reflection with the main characters 3 stars

    13. BOOK BUTTERFLY on said:

      Book Opening At a young age I learned how quickly one s fortunes can change, a truth that never betrayed me Notable Scene Her forehead and cheeks were bright red with anger You were also nothing until I favored you But I see you have entirely forgotten that No I have not forgotten, I said forlornly I could see my good fortune, accrued through years of service, sinking like a wrecked ship What was left for me to cling to but my pride So I looked my queen in the eye and said, But I would gladly be [...]

    14. Stephanie on said:

      I was really excited that I got this book for Christmas because I had been waiting to read it so long so it was the first one I started after Christmas.In 1583, young fourteen year old Cate is left a penniless orphan when her father is killed in service to the Queen whilst fighting in the Netherlands Sent to live with her Aunt and Uncle and her intolerable cousins , she is not welcomed into their household happily as she is an extra burden in already tight financial status Soon after, her fortun [...]

    15. Lexie on said:

      Its not often I will read a non romance, historical fiction novel Even less likely if its young adult However something about Cate of the Lost Colony made me want to read it Badly Told in three parts, we watch Cate go from an anxious lady in waiting to Queen Elizabeth, to a young settler desperately trying to hold onto hope and ultimately a young woman who has found a place for herself.The novel is told from her first person POV, Manteo s first person POV and through letters, poems and memos of [...]

    16. Margo Tanenbaum on said:

      Lisa Klein s absorbing fourth novel plunges the reader head first into the mystery of the lost Roanoke Colony of Virginia As Klein writes in an afterword, the fate of the 117 men, women, and children who landed on Roanoke Island in 1587 is perhaps the greatest unsolved mystery in American history This new novel represents historical fiction at its best Klein creates an appealing fictional character, young Cate Archer, and inserts her into the actual events of the time in a historically believabl [...]

    17. Katherine on said:

      All explorers are seeking something they have lost It is seldom that they find it, and seldom still that the attainment brings them greater happiness than the quest Arthur C ClarkeSetting London, England, and Roanoke Island, Virginia 1583 1590Coverly Love No I don t particularly like just the headshot of someone, though I do like the fact that the girl on the cover matched the given description of Cate.Plot Catherine Archer, an orphaned girl, is delighted when she receives a letter from Queen E [...]

    18. Kelsey on said:

      How have I not read anything by the amazingness that is Lisa Klein before Cate of the Lost Colony was an engaging, original, and very well written novel that had me reading late into the night Historical fiction has always been one of my favorite genres and I ve read about a variety of time periods The lost colony of Roanoke is something that interests me very much, but it s also one of the only parts of American history I haven t read much about The main character, Cate Archer, is such a fantas [...]

    19. Megan (the on said:

      Cate of the Lost Colony is a rare jewel in the historical fiction world With fresh prose, an intriguing historical mystery and a sprinkle of romance, this novel can do no wrong The story takes off at a clip from the very first page, and the pace only increases as Cate navigates her way through the stormy waters of Queen Elizabeth s court Never fear, before all the noble s mind games become too tiresome, Cate sets sail for Virginia with a heart full of courage and hope Catherine Archer is one of [...]

    20. Christina (Reading Extensively) on said:

      I have been fascinated by the story of the lost colony of Roanoke since I was a teen so I was excited when I heard about this novel The story starts out at the court of Queen Elizabeth but I felt that this part of the story moved much slowly than the part that takes place in Roanoke Once Cate is banished, the story became interesting to me even though I enjoy Tudor history Cate s life in Roanoke is vastly different from the life she enjoyed as a courtier even with all the gossip and backstabbi [...]

    21. Arya on said:

      When Catherine Archer s father dies and despair descends on the orphaned girl a surprising letter arrives from the queen, asking her to become one of her ladies in waiting Catherine is thrilled, but when she arrives at court she realizes how little she knows about what goes on within their walls As courtly intrigue threatens to drown her the dashing Walter Ralegh a favorite of the queen may just be the one who pushes her head under water for good.Catherine is banished to Virginia when the queen [...]

    22. Katie on said:

      Cate Of The Lost Colony, Lisa Klein s newest novel, does not disappoint From the very first sentence I was drawn into Cate s world and I was captivated The lost colony of Roanoke is not something that I have ever read about but after reading this I want to know .Catherine Archer s life is nothing special until the day she gets a letter from the Queen The death of her father has left her orphaned and Queen Elizabeth has offered her a place as one of her maids Things are looking up for Catherine, [...]

    23. Lizzy on said:

      There have been quite a few books about the Tudors over the last few years, and they ve all told similar stories Klein s book takes place during Elizabeth I s reign, but the story focuses on Cate, a lady in waiting who falls out of favor She s sent to the new world, and struggles to survive.I ve definitely expressed my love for intelligent, strong female characters in YA fiction By the end of the book, Cate won me over She s faces her problems head on, and shows better leadership abilities than [...]

    24. Tara Chevrestt on said:

      I didn t like this much at all, which surprised me as I read and enjoyed this same author s Lady MacBeth s Daughter over a year ago Cate is a lady s maid for the very jealous Queen Elizabeth Thus when Cate begins a romance with Elizabeth s latest crush And how the heck can you call this a romance Elizabeth has a bad reaction and sends Cate to the Tower Walter the romance hmph arranges for her to be sent to the new colony in Virginia, something Cate wants But in Virginia, there is babies born, In [...]

    25. Christie on said:

      Catherine Archer is an orphan who is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve as one of Queen Elizabeth s ladies Initially in the Queen s good graces, Lady Catherine finds herself shunned because she acts upon a forbidden attraction Cate is fascinated by the new world and longs for a life of travel and adventure Exile to Virginia doesn t seem like much of a punishment Faced with difficult challenges in her new home on Roanoke Island, Cate must either give up or persevere.Author, Lisa Klein, tak [...]

    26. Josiane Claremont on said:

      Definitely one of my FAVORITES As expected of Lisa Klein Amazing historical fiction I ve always liked these books, which talk about English settlers finding the good side of the Native Americans, and how they used to live Sort of like Witch Child and Sorceress I totally recommend Sorceress because it s really similar, but I can t recommend Witch Child YET, because I have YET to read it.Also, the parts about Queen ElizabethI guess I m still being influenced by The Other Boleyn Girl, because that [...]

    27. Oksana*Bookaholic* on said:

      O to the M to the G This book proved to be FANTASTIC I don t usually read historicals, but the moment I picked this up, I fell in love with it I mean, seriously Can you give a chick a break STOP MAKING THESE SUPER FANTASTIC NOVELS JK Anyhoo, at first it seems Bo yawn ring But actually, Part One sets the mood from the whole story, and the rest is fantastic I must say, I LOVED it when Ladi cate winks gets together with the Indian I mean, Raleigh didn t deserve her, and I felt satisfaction at the e [...]

    28. Alise(Readers in Wonderland) on said:

      I loved how this book started out, mainly because I love historical fiction, and then the story took a 180 degree turn What might have been a romance turned into almost a history lesson Although well written, I found the history portions to be tedious and that was most likely why I did not enjoy the second half of the book Even though I love novels set in this period, this one regrettably just did not do it for me.

    29. Jacqueline on said:

      It was amazing We have long speculated about the fates of the Roanoke colonists This book offers a pleasing and probable explanation I loved the characters they popped off the page

    30. Nikolae Keaveney on said:

      I didn t like this book too much until the last 1 3 of the book Then, it truly transformed and captured my heart I can say with conviction that I thoroughly enjoyed it, the storyline, and the characters.What I would say that this book is very short, only 300 pages, but a lot happen during one page It is very dense, and sometimes it can make you very sleepy, despite the constant events happening.I never liked Ralegh, I thought that he was a dickhead since the beginning, obsessed with his own vani [...]

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