|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
While on her second honeymoon in the British Isles, Claire touches a boulder that hurls her back in time to the forbidden Castle Leoch with the MacKenzie clan. Not understanding the forces that brought her there, she becomes ensnared in life-threatening situations with a Scots warrior named James Fraser. But it isn't all spies and drudgery that she must endure. For amid her new surroundings and the terrors she faces, she is lured into love and passion like she's never known before.
I was lame and sore in every muscle when I woke next morning. I shuffled to the privy closet, then to the wash basin. My innards felt like churned butter. It felt as though I had been beaten with a blunt object, I reflected, then thought that that was very near the truth. The blunt object in question was visible as I came back to bed, looking now relatively harmless. Its possessor [Jamie] woke as I sat next to him, and examined me with something that looked very much like male smugness."Gabaldon creates characters that you'll remember, laugh with, cry with, and cheer for long after you've finished the book. --Candy Paape --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.
Read this 20+ years ago. Still brilliant, captures the mind and doesn't let go. TV Series follows closely. A success.Published 9 days ago by Jeff Gamble
Diana Gabaldon has written a historical romance with engaging characters and danger at every turn. If you know little about
the Highlands, that is, Gaelic Scotland, no doubt... Read more
"If you have been deprived of your earlier life, perhaps it is only that God has seen fit to bless you with another, that may be richer and fuller. Read morePublished 23 days ago by S. Lerner
Loved it. Everyone told me to read it so I did and they were right. Very good book ... .Published 1 month ago by Jego
I am a lover of 18th century history, so, without looking at any reviews, I started to immerse myself into Outlander with a keen and genuine interest. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marie Claude Delcourt