By: Larissa | March 9, 2015 | (86) Comments

Review: Under a Painted Sky by Stacey LeeUnder a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee
Publisher: Penguin Canada
Release Date: March 17, 2015
Genres: Historical, Romance, YA
Pages: 384
Source: Received in exchange for review
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Missouri, 1849: Samantha dreams of moving back to New York to be a professional musician—not an easy thing if you’re a girl, and harder still if you’re Chinese. But a tragic accident dashes any hopes of fulfilling her dream, and instead, leaves her fearing for her life. With the help of a runaway slave named Annamae, Samantha flees town for the unknown frontier. But life on the Oregon Trail is unsafe for two girls, so they disguise themselves as Sammy and Andy, two boys headed for the California gold rush. Sammy and Andy forge a powerful bond as they each search for a link to their past, and struggle to avoid any unwanted attention. But when they cross paths with a band of cowboys, the light-hearted troupe turn out to be unexpected allies. With the law closing in on them and new setbacks coming each day, the girls quickly learn that there are not many places to hide on the open trail. This beautifully written debut is an exciting adventure and heart-wrenching survival tale. But above all else, it’s a story about perseverance and trust that will restore your faith in the power of friendship.

It’s no big secret that I’m totally enamored with  the historical fiction sub-genre within YA. I have read nearly all of the historical fiction out there within the YA demographic and have seen equal parts good and bad. With this in mind, consider the weighting of what I say next: Under a Painted Sky brings a diversity to the genre I haven’t seen before. As much as I adore the genre, I’ve read my share of rich white debutantes/duchesses/whatever but there really is a noticeable lack of diversity (racially most notably, but also class). I can see that history is shameful in its treatment of differences, and that some wouldn’t want to read a story based in harsh reality and would rather wear rose colored glasses. I’m not one of them. Under a Painted Sky features a multitude of characters of different racial backgrounds, and I really do think  representation of them is important. Life isn’t easy for these characters- I mean the time period is 1849 after all. However, with the inclusion of these characters you get a sense of their strength to deal with all of this awful and unfair treatments. I believe that we should recognize that despite all of the terrible discrimination, that those of different races managed to survive and had the strength to keep living in a world so against them.

Okay, I’m done my little side rant there. Now I will return this review to my inevitable gushing and adoration of this novel. Under a Painted Sky is easily one of my favorite novels released this year.  I honestly have zero complaints about this novel or what could be done better. I am not ashamed that the rest of this review will likely feature incoherent gushing.

The history interwoven throughout Under a Painted Sky is undeniably atmospheric and clearly well researched. I personally have never read a historical fiction novel set in the time period of the California gold rush nor one that depicts the harsh life on the Oregon trail. After finishing Under a Painted Sky however, I feel a new found understanding and knowledge regarding both. The description of the trail and time period felt extremely vivid/accurate and transported me to the era. The setting, culture (you not only get western culture at the time period, but culture that shines through the diverse characters), dangers of the trail and day to day life combined to make the perfect back drop to the story.

Historical fiction has a bad rep for being slow or boring, and I can assure you that in Under a Painted Sky there is never a dull moment. The story begins in a way I certainly wasn’t excepting and had me flipping pages till the very end. There’s suspense and danger around every corner. However, not far behind you will find some truly humorous scenes (hello, you got girls pretending to be boys and cowboys) and inspiring moments. Most of the story takes place on the Oregon trail and I found that journey to be captivating with the dangers it held along with the people the main characters met.

I’ve spoken about the characters a few times in this review. They were all beautifully crafted by Lee, all multi-faceted and alive. They felt realistic in regards to culture, voices, trials & tribulations, struggles, hopes & dreams…honestly everything about these characters felt distinct and complex. Our main character, Samantha, offered a unique narration through her Chinese ancestry. She was also a character you couldn’t help but admire, and along with a runaway slave named Annamae they made the perfect team. Samantha and Annamae decide to go on this harsh journey after a very tragic accident and from that moment forward form a very tightknit bond. It was utterly beautiful to see this female friendship grow and flourish. I would definitely say that this is Samantha and Annamae’s story. It’s about their survival- how they overcome the tragic situations that have occurred to the both of them and constant racial, gender and class issues. I would say they overcome the aforementioned through the strength of their friendship and that they both eventually gain a sense of strength of their own. The female friendship highlighted in Under a Painted Sky is not something we see too often in YA, but I can’t imagine this story without it. At it’s core Under a Painted Sky truly does tell a tale involving the “power of friendship.”

Though there is the amazing relationship between Annamae and Samantha, there is also a romance with our main character and one of the cowboys they encounter on their journey. I’m incredibly happy to report that this romance never comes anywhere close to overshadowing the amazing friendship of Annamae and Samantha. The romance that is present however is done in my favorite sort of way- slow burn baby. I found the romance to be what gave the story an humorous edge at times, there was some pretty great banter. It was well developed and I definitely supported it. The love interest had his own backstory to rival Annamae’s and was no way flat. PLUS HE’S A COWBOY GUYS.

 Overall, I utterly loved this novel. Under a Painted Sky has wonderfully fleshed out characters, amazing female friendship, stellar plotline, beautifully interwoven history and diversity. I can’t recommend it enough.

~Thank you Penguin Canada for the review copy~

5 Stars
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86 Responses to Review: Under a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee

  1. I’m not joking when I say I’m dying to read this book. I’ve had my eyes on it for MONTHS, as soon as I saw it was for fans of Name Code Verity, which I loved.
    So thank God we’re close to the release date! *-*
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    • Larissa says:

      AHHH RIGHT. I read it back in like November I think?? Yet it managed to stick in my head all of this time, which really proves how amazing it is in my view (: And yes girl! Keep strong and you’ll be rewarded with an incredible read

  2. Oh wow, this sounds like something I would love to read. I am definitely adding this after reading your review. Thanks for bringing it to my attention, I love historical fiction!
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    • Larissa says:

      Yeah it’s honestly something I’m going to recommend to EVERYBODY. And if you adore historical fiction, than this one is most certainly perfect for you.

  3. Gorgeous cover and great book? Yes, please! Me wants!

  4. Benish says:

    Oh wow, you loved this one! I have a copy of it which I Should get started on, but I’m behind on it. Love how real this one sounds<3 Great review!
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  5. Yay!!! I’m so happy you loved this one. I have a good feeling that it would be awesome. Love the setting, Cowboys, friendship–sounds awesome!
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    • Larissa says:

      So am I, and I really hope you love it too. You’re feeling was most definitely correct. The setting was certainly unique and something I haven’t read in YA before.

  6. Hooray for diversity in YA! It’s hard to resist books with characters who aren’t all Americans, so this one’s DEFINITELY going on my TBR. And I’m picking it up the second I spot it.

    I’m really glad that every moment’s an intriguing one. Some books have unique stories, but they tend to fade out in the middle of the story.

    I especially can’t wait for Annamae and Sammantha’s tight-knit friendship. And even though I’m excited for that, I’m pretty excited for the cowboy romance too. 😉
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    • Larissa says:

      Yes! Especially in historical, which let’s be honest- has been so whitewashed in most American textbooks.

      Yeah, I felt enthralled throughout the entirety of this story, and felt a true connection to the characters. I think that really helped me feel invested.

      Annamae and Samantha’s friendship was to beautiful to witness. AND HAHAHA YES [; nobody can resist the cowboys tbh

  7. I’m not a huge historical fan, but I looove the cover so I might pick it up some time. 🙂
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    • Larissa says:

      Well, I still think you should read this one for the amazing diverse characters and well done relationships. Hope you do end up trying this one (and loving it) [;

  8. Jasprit says:

    I’m thrilled to see that you loved this book Larissa! I admit that I had seent his book around on my feed quite a bit lately, it has such a gorgeous cover, so how could I resist staring at it all day? But I never really paid anymore attention to it, but your review certainly shows that I’m missing out on a gem of a read, I love books where friendships are written in well and when there’s a slow burn romance!!! So thank you for changing my mind and making me consider giving this book a go! Lovely review!
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    • Larissa says:

      The cover is so pretty! I just love the pastel colors. And I’m glad that my review convinced you to pay attention to this one, it deserves all of the love really. The friendship highlighted in this one is nothing short of spectacular. Thank you Jasprit <33

  9. Cynthia says:

    Great review! This one was on my TBR anyway and your review makes me even more excited. I love the diversity in this book. And I love the colors on the cover. 🙂
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    • Larissa says:

      Ahhh! I hope you end up reading this one read away and fall in love <33 The diversity in this one was not only amazing but important. And yes! The colors are so pretty omfg.

  10. Valerie says:

    Awesome review Larissa! This sounds AMAZING and is making me even more excited to read it because I haven’t read a diverse, historical YA book in a while, and this has been on my most anticipated list since last year 🙂 GLAD TO SEE IT LIVES UP TO YOUR EXPECTATIONS <3 <3 😀
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    • Larissa says:

      Thank you girl <33 Hope Hawaii is treating you well~~~~ [;

      And yes. This one was completely amazing. I hope the anticipation is worth it once you get to reading this one, I'm sure it will be because Under a Painted Sky was just INSANELY GREAT.

  11. Yay for another lover of historical fiction! Historical fiction is my favorite genre (even though I don’t like history class), and it makes me sad that it’s so under-appreciated. Under a Painted Sky sounds like such a beautiful book, and I especially love that it focuses on friendship. I love when YA books emphasize the importance of friendship, because friendship plays a huge part in anyone’s life, but especially a teen’s life.
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  12. Larissa says:

    Yassss <33 I forever love the historical fiction genre. And I agree, it's definitely under appreciated which is why I make it my personal duty to highlight it whenever I can. Under a Painted Sky is just as beautiful as it's gorgeous cover. The friendship aspect really was so well developed and amazing to see.

  13. Lexa Cain says:

    This sounds wonderful! Now I really want to read it. Thanks so much for the review! 🙂
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  14. Hilary says:

    A glowing review from Larissa=must read for Hilary. This sounds like it’s beautifully crafted with incredible characters and excuse me, but I should probably go look for it now.
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    • Larissa says:

      Hahaha I like that equation [; It truly was an amazing read and the characters were definite standouts. I hope you end up reading this one soon and loving it <33

  15. This is a book that I put on my want-to-read list a few months ago. I seem to end up liking historical fiction when I do read it (even though I wouldn’t necessarily say I’m a fan of the genre). I’m glad to hear it’s as good as it sounds from the synopsis!

    Thanks for the review!
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    • Larissa says:

      Yeah I definitely had my eyes on this one since I read the synopsis. I think you’ll love this historical fiction then. The story in this one certainly lives up to the synopsis.

      You’re welcome <33

  16. I love the cover of this, it is so beautiful. I don’t read that much historical fiction, YA or otherwise, but I usually enjoy it when I do. This sounds really fascinating and I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy. I’m so glad to hear there is a great female friendship, because we need more of that in YA. Great review, you’ve convinced me it’s a must read 🙂
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    • Larissa says:

      I agree, the pastel colors are simply gorgeous. I would definitely recommend this one to you as an historical fiction then. The story was undeniably engrossing for sure, and the female friendship done beautifully. And I agree we don’t get enough of female friendship in YA. Thank you <33

  17. Kelly says:

    It’s only been in the last couple of months where I’ve really begun to appreciate YA historicals and this sounds phenomenal. I’m a huge fan of diversity in books, but not for the sake for throwing in a character as the token ‘diversity’ chip, so to speak. I love that it showcases the power of a strong female friendship, rather than the typical whirlwind instant romance. We need more YA that promotes friendship as the main support for our characters, because let’s face it, what teen meets the one and is swept off their feet at 15 or 16? Yeah, no realism there. Lovely review Larissa, can’t wait to grab a copy <3
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    • Larissa says:

      Glad to see an fellow blogger loving the historical genre <33 Yeah, I agree with you on diversity. I can assure you that the diversity in this one isn't just there for the sake of it, but actually serves a purpose and really explores culture well. And yes friendship definitely takes the center stage here and I love it. And thank you Kelly, hope you adore it <33

  18. Banter, you say? COWBOY? Okay, okay, I know this book is more about the friendship, but I can’t resist. 😀
    I’ve heard really amazing things about this book. I love that it’s so diverse, and that it’s historical fiction. We need more of that in YA!
    Great review, and thank you for sharing!
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  19. Larissa says:

    HAHAHA YES. Banter and a cowboy [; Quite the awesome combination.
    I hope you end up reading and adoring this one <33

    Thank you for the lovely comment

  20. I want this book so badly I don’t even know how to explain it. First of all, I am kind of obsessed with The Oregon Trail. I mean, for a solid 20 years, I have been playing that game. (Which, sure, ages me. But it is not my fault that it was basically the only game that had been invented when I was a young’un.) Anyway, I am still so fascinated, to this day. I love to watch shows about it, or read stuff about it, and now there is a YA book about it? It is like my dream has come true! And also, reviewers I trust love it? Nope, doesn’t get any better. It is actually supposed to be on its way to my house, but I am very nervous that it was lost in the mail or something. But worst case scenario, I only have to wait a week and then I can just buy it! Because I NEED THIS BOOK. Such an amazing review, Larissa! I am SO excited to read it!
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    • Larissa says:

      AHHHHH yes. I was so excited to get this one that getting an ARC literally had me freaking out. I actually haven’t played the Oregon trail game but have heard a ton about it. Under a Painted Sky truly does sound perfect for you in terms of location for sure. Ahhhh! I hope you have got your copy of this one since this comment Shannon <33 Thanks girl for the lovely comment

  21. Shelumiel says:

    This sounds fantastic, Larissa! I haven’t tried many historical fiction but I’m interested in this one.
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  22. Alreem says:

    WOW I’m really are getting interesting to me, I will add it to my TBR 🙂 Lovely Review
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  23. That’s another book added to my TBR of “OMG-I-NEED-THIS-NOW” list. Thanks a lot, Larissa
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  24. Olivia says:

    I love historical fiction! I am really looking forward to reading this;)

  25. This sounds like a powerful book, my dear. And that cover is just gorgeous! I cannot wait to dive into this <3 And as always lovely review, seriously! I love your writing HAHA
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    • Larissa says:

      It really does pack quite the punch. And yasss, the cover is gorgeous <33 I just adore the colors. AND THANK YOU <33 THIS COMMENT MADE ME SMILE A LOT (:

  26. Ah, my review copy for this somehow fell through the cracks, so I’m especially sad now that I see your glowing review, Larissa! Historical fiction can be so chancy, but I’m glad to hear that this one more than met your expectations. “beautifully crafted,” “atmospheric,” “non-boring…” I must get this! Nicely reviewed, miss. Thanks for the torture.
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    • Larissa says:

      Awww that really is so unfortunate! I hope you do manage to get a hold of this one somehow, some way. I really think this one falls under the brilliant section of historical fiction. Thank you Wendy <33 and really am sorry about the torture [;

  27. Lily says:

    Oh how i’m dying to read this one! I’ve read my fair share of historial fiction novels and while some are a complete miss with me, when I find out that’s truly amazing I can never stop thinking about it. Lovely review! I’m going to have to go and buy a copy of this one soon to devour it.
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    • Larissa says:

      Yeah I just find historical fiction to have the longest lasting impact on me. Thank you Lily! And I hope you do get a copy of this one ASAP, because it’s certainly deserving of your attention

  28. Nirvana says:

    OOH, I WANT THIS *-* It sounds so good. Lovely review <3
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  29. Ahhh Larissa, I loved this one too!! I loved how racially diverse the characters were. I never realized just how important that is until now. Stacey did an amazing job writing the time period and setting. I’m taking US History this year in class and her connections to real places and everything she described and talked about, it was all very real!! She alludes to so many events and places and things that truly did happen. I was floored by the attention to detail. I loved how she weaves in some Chinese culture in there as well. I loved her reference to the zodiacs. I loved the complexity of the characters, and they were so lovable!! The relationships (especially friendship) were spectacular. Lovely review, Larissa! I’ve been nodding along and agreeing all throughout it 😉
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    • Larissa says:

      Ahhh review twins <33 Gonna check your review out right after I finish up with these comments. Yeah, I think diversity in especially historical fiction is super, super, super important. Stacey really did kill it when it came to the atmospheric setting. Oooo! It's cool that with your US history knowledge you could pick out some more subtle details. Hahaha honestly, I don't know much about US history. The zodiac references were weaved in really wonderfully, I loved the connections they had with characterization.

      Thank you Rachel <33

  30. Honestly, I am so, so excited for this. I adore historical fiction, but the majority of it is all set in either WWII or the during women’s suffrage period, and while both of those time periods are incredibly interesting, there’s only so much so of that you can read before wanting something a little more original – and this sounds like it is just that.

    And I love the sound of the diversity of the main character and the friendship that occurs between her and Annamae – we need more diversity and friendships in YA, so I’m so glad Stacey Lee was able to add those elements into her story. Definitely going to add this to my list – thanks for getting me so excited for it Larissa!
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  31. Larissa says:

    Your excitement is definitely warranted Zoe! I think Under a Painted Sky really is unique with its time period/setting. It feels almost like the wild west, which is something I haven’t read before in YA.

    Lee really does weave diversity, culture and strong relationships in a truly moving way. I hope you’ll get to experience it for yourself soon.

    I miss you <33

  32. It’s amazing to find out that this book is not only set in a completely different era (maybe we’ll be able to learn more about this time here, something invaluable that can’t be taken from textbooks? Haha), it also showcases a set of characters from a different culture with different traditions. This is like the answer to my prayers! I have read a fair number of books with diverse characters, but they almost never divulge into the background and cultural aspects, which for me are important if the MC is not caucasian, because how else will be learn about them and their background if we’re not going to touch upon those? Love this review, and I already love this book, and I haven’t even read it yet!
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