FREE READ Ú The Outlander Series OutlanderDragonfly in AmberVoyagerDrums of AutumnThe Fiery CrossA Breath of Snow and AshesAn Echo in the Bone

The Outlander Series OutlanderDragonfly in AmberVoyagerDrums of AutumnThe Fiery CrossA Breath of Snow and AshesAn Echo in the Bone

CHARACTERS The Outlander Series OutlanderDragonfly in AmberVoyagerDrums of AutumnThe Fiery CrossA Breath of Snow and AshesAn Echo in the Bone

R is 1946 Claire Randall is a British ex combat nurse on a postwar second honeymoon with her husband in the Scottish Highlands Walking alone one afternoon she passes through a circle of standing stones and is hurled back in time to a Scotland simmering with war in the year of our Lord 1743 Catapulted into an intrigue of rival clans and ri There are very few authors that come close to Mrs Gabaldon in skill The

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Diana Gabaldon’s acclaimed Outlander series blends rich historical fiction with riveting adventure and a truly epic love story Now with this convenient seven volume eBook bundle discover the novels that have won Gabaldon millions of fans and introduced readers to the brilliant Claire Randall and valiant Highlander Jamie Fraser  The yea I down loaded this series June 27th I have just finished reading it My Deep Souths love story Now with this convenient seven volume eBook bundle discover the novels that have won Gabaldon millions of fans and introduced readers to the brilliant Claire Randall and valiant Highlander Jamie Fraser  The yea I down Religion and Violence loaded this series June 27th I have just finished reading it My

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Sing armies that threatens her life she’s obliged to wed James Fraser a gallant young Scots warrior as the only way to survive Thus begins a series of unrivaled storytelling that has become a modern classic This bundle includes  OUTLANDERDRAGONFLY IN AMBERVOYAGERDRUMS OF AUTUMNTHE FIERY CROSSA BREATH OF SNOW AND ASHESAN ECHO IN THE BON I started this series out of curiosity having never heard anything abou Transforming Students life she’s obliged to wed James Fraser a gallant young Scots warrior as the only way to survive Thus begins a series of unrivaled storytelling that has become a modern classic This bundle includes  OUTLANDERDRAGONFLY IN AMBERVOYAGERDRUMS OF AUTUMNTHE FIERY CROSSA BREATH OF SNOW AND ASHESAN ECHO IN THE BON I started this series out of curiosity having never heard anything abou


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  1. says:

    I down loaded this series June 27th I have just finished reading it My health may or may not have suffered during this time but surely my housekeeping acuaintances and any other relatively ancillary aspects of life have suffered greatly from inattention during the intervening time I fell into these books as much as Claire fell through the stones Even when I didn't have my e reader at hand my mind was on the world of the Outlanders wondering how when what for each of the many chief characters And now that I have reached the end of this eight or is it seven with the eighth due out? book set I want the next one immediately No spoilers here but it is going to be a difficult wait Unfortunately or perhaps for my social well being fortunately it doesn't come out until March 2014 To whom these books may appeal history buffs though I am most certainly NOT one nurses PAs Physicians warriors romantics Science fiction aficionados fans of mystery and folks like myself who merely want to escape for a while Boy it did the trick for me with escaping Enjoy


  2. says:

    This is the collection of the 1st 7 books in this series I purchased this bundle as a deal and couldn't pass it up I saw other's love it but it had a lot of things I normally don't pick out in a book1 Huge books rather wordy but after reading it I wouldn't miss it for the world The story is amazing 2 You are dragged back in forth between the past and recent present which I normally couldn't stand but I absolutely loved it 3 You are also given multiple view points again not a favorite of mine but I was so riveted to each and every word I couldn't put it downTalk about a must read this series is amazing Everything I try to stay away from in my reading choices which would explain what took me so long to read it BUT I LOVED IT I can also guarantee that I will be spending time re reading this series again and again


  3. says:

    The series began well; the first 3 books imo are must reads if a reader likes romance oh get over it Gabaldon it's fucking romance or historical novels or time travel or any combination of those while there are some tiresome tropes Gabaldon has some issues with ensuring that every character in the series gets raped or nearly killed at least twice and you don't want to make nipple a drinking game if you're going to go on a marathon read of the series it's fun interesting and you mostly care about Claire and JamieDrums of Autum begins a long loooooong slow decline The Fiery Cross continued it A Breath of Snow and Ashes was interminable Seriously I kept looking to see what page I was on because it was SUCH a long slow drag of How I spent My Summer Vacation in Colonial North Carolina and Got Raped Michener could give Gabaldon a lesson in brevity just sayin An Echo in the Bone was better than Snow and Ashes but good God anything would be So why would I buy Echo after Snow and Ashes? Good uestion; I asked that myself And Echo had been published for months before I ponied up the cash for it And then a month later ditched the book and paid an obscene amount of money for an e version of it but at least the e reader is easier to lug around than the hard copy Mostly after investing so many years and so much time and so much money i this series I'd just like to know how it endBut I suspect it never will More's the pity


  4. says:

    This is my favorite book series Each heftyweightylengthy book flies by and leaves you bereft mourning the loss of your friends The characters are so well developed their personalities so real that you feel you know them and they would be your friends The storyline is complex Through a series of accidents Clair finds herself married to two men One from modern day and one Jamie from the time she traveled back to Jamie is a fierce beautiful loyal strong sensuous Scottish Highlander and every woman's dream He is also her true love We follow them through wars famine births deaths kidnappings rapes sea voyages celebrations heartbreak and some super steamy stuff I had the good fortune to meet the author Diana Gabaldon at a book signing I found her like her books witty charming and full of humor The long awaited next book is due out in the beginning of 2013 I am anxiously awaiting it The title of this book is Written in My Own Heart's BloodThere is discussion on her website that her books are being made into a television series similar to True Blood or Game of Thrones


  5. says:

    There are very few authors that come close to Mrs Gabaldon in skill The breadth of the series is hard to describe Historical fiction mystical adventure romance It's a shame that many mistakenly assume it to be just romance and therefore simplistic drivel I could go on about female authors and their works not being taken seriously but I won't Only to point out that historical fiction by say Ken Follett is much formulatic and romancey The historical research and rich detail of the Outlander books brings the past to life in a personal visceral way In the process I've learned a lot about historical events I'd never even heard of I can't really rate the individual books as they tend to run together in my mind This isn't a fault in the writing only an eagerness on my part to know what happens next I'm aware many feel the series has slow or less enjoyable books But in following Jamie and Claire in their journeys together and apart I feel it's just part of the realism of the story to have some less pleasant and or less extraordinary periods I've also read The Lord John stories You don't have to read these but they are very entertaining and help you piece together of the happenings in the Outlander timeline These are pretty hefty reads so if you get hooked prepare to spend a good amount of time in the 1700's This isn't much of a review I guess Honestly you can't describe it without giving away plot points So just trust me give it a read If you wait you'll find yourself in the position of all the newbie Game of Thrones ASOIAF fans playing catch up to stay ahead of the show Starz has approved a 16 episode season adaption presumably the first book Now lets hope they do it justice Oh the worries of a fan girl


  6. says:

    Phenomenal CharacterizationAnd Lord Johnand his world are my everything Lord John just wow swoon worthy for sureJamie was ADORABLE Clair was awesomeAnd so many SC that bring this book alive I love them all This was a phenomenal read Everytime I walk into Barnes Noble I want to pet this book I love it I gravitate towards it shrug it just that well written The books as a wholeMischief and mayhem throughout Dual husbands and unreuited love PlusParts of this book stole my breath away Parts of this book were simply BRILLIANT in wordParts of this book grabs at the heartAndparts of this book that tickles the soul The writing is absolutely breathtaking The stories are pretty much the same in all the booksmayhem and mischief The unreuited love of John to Fraser was painful I wanted a John happy so bad But I will read his books too so maybe that where I will find his happy even for just one of his book fingers crossedThe concept of the book makes this book a favorite Time travel The medical remedies make my ER nurse heart happy I love the uick smart thinking on Clare’s part I adored this read I read the e books But when I am in Barnes and noble I seek this physical books out because to thumb though these books are pure heaven✨🍃1st read in 2015Re read 2019 and pic's added And I finally purchased the books I still love this book so much


  7. says:

    Hands down Outlander is the best series I've ever read Diana Gabaldon's writing style is awesome and you can't help but fall in love with Jamie and Claire


  8. says:

    I started this series out of curiosity having never heard anything about it yeahyeah where have I been the last 20 yearsin 13th century Scotlandhaha What makes them appealing to me is that they're historically engagingbut let's face itEngland wasn't a peaceful nor enlightened at this time in history Very few places were at this time in history It was a brutal ruthless time compassion and mercy were the exception in both individuals and the countries that ruled over them What's made this series so compelling to me is the truth in which the characters are drawn Where easy outcomes the one the reader is really hoping forpresents itself with a very rewarding storybook solutionthe happily ever after so to speakthe author with skill and integrity to her story and charactersdoesn't take the easy winwhich when good things happenmake them so much rewarding in light of the struggles endured to have earned the happiness And the characters are full of failings and fallibility They don't always to the right things Which makes them complexand fascinating The premise seems so far fetchedbut the story is crafted so well if Clare was telling you her story over coffeeyou'd be hard pressed to call her crazy or a liarThere is mature contentand if it's too descriptiveit's easy enough to skip over and return to the story I find myself rooting for Clare and Jaime to have some peace and uietbut it's a extensive seriesso I guess it should be health and happiness


  9. says:

    I did NOT like this series to the point that despite my love for long historical sagas with tortuous plots I could not even get to the end of it It was already hard enough to get to the end of each of the four books I forced myself to finishTo me this is a badly realized high end version of cheap romantic books that feature ridiculous drawings of muscly men with open shirts embracing voluptuous redheads on the cover Cheap beach literature with better language if you will The main characters especially Claire are annoying; the romantic scenes are too many and frankly uselessly descriptive and no I am not easily shocked by sex talk; there is a fixation with sexual violence that is disturbing; and ultimately the books are soooo long and there is no reason for it Using 20 pages to write something you could write in 2 does not make you an artist Deeply disappointed


  10. says:

    I haven't read a series of books that made me stay up past my bedtime since Patrick O'Brien's series I'm writing a review about the entire series because although I liked some slightly wait not ; differently than others the series as a whole is just wonderful I mean how can you stop eating after the appetizer? These books are a satisfying banuet that leaves you wanting Diana Gabaldon has an ability to tell a rousing yarn weaving in just enough erotica humor pathos philosophy medicine history linguistics and the gamut of human emotions without overwhelming the reader with unnecessary trivia for the sake of trivia I'm so glad I came to this series late so I could gorge on all 7 volumes Looking forward to reading the mini novels John Grey books etc and I'm enjoying the TV series very much even thought I didn't think I would Brava