Book review: Voyager by Diana Gabaldon (9780553714548 – Book on CD)

At Jamie’s insistence Claire fled  for her and her baby’s life back to the 20th century to escape the bloody fight at Colloden.  Twenty years late in the 1960’s Claire discovers that against all odds Jamie survived Colloden and she must go back without her daughter.  The reunion between Claire and Jamie is unforgettable and her initiation back into the 18th century brings surprises.

The third book in the Outlander series is  my favorite so far. The story has much more action and adventure than the first two with fewer love scenes for you non-romance connoisseurs. This trip takes us from Scotland to the Caribbean with a few familiar characters popping up here and there. Some will surprise you.

Diana Gabaldon is a master story teller. Her wonderful descriptions of scenery, characters and historical events are fascinating and with the help of narrator, Davina Porter, the book on CD will transport you back in time.

I can’t wait to listen to Drums of Autumn!

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One response to “Book review: Voyager by Diana Gabaldon (9780553714548 – Book on CD)

  1. whoo-hooo! I’m checking out the first book of the series (based on your recommendation 🙂 ). They have the CDs at the public library – twenty-eight of them! That should keep me out of trouble for a while….

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