Reading ➼ Voyager (Outlander, #3) Author Diana Gabaldon –

Voyager (Outlander, #3) From The Author Of The Breathtaking Bestsellers Outlander And Dragonfly In Amber, The Extraordinary Saga Continues.Their Passionate Encounter Happened Long Ago By Whatever Measurement Claire Randall Took Two Decades Before, She Had Traveled Back In Time And Into The Arms Of A Gallant Eighteenth Century Scot Named Jamie Fraser Then She Returned To Her Own Century To Bear His Child, Believing Him Dead In The Tragic Battle Of Culloden Yet His Memory Has Never Lessened Its Hold On Her And Her Body Still Cries Out For Him In Her Dreams.Then Claire Discovers That Jamie Survived Torn Between Returning To Him And Staying With Their Daughter In Her Own Era, Claire Must Choose Her Destiny And As Time And Space Come Full Circle, She Must Find The Courage To Face The Passion And Pain Awaiting Herthe Deadly Intrigues Raging In A Divided Scotland And The Daring Voyage Into The Dark Unknown That Can Reunite Or Forever Doom Her Timeless Love.

10 thoughts on “Voyager (Outlander, #3)

  1. says:

    Everyone wants Jamie s body Randall, Lord John Grey, Claire, that teen girl and Me XD

  2. says:

    These books are becoming some of my favorite books of all time I can t say for the rest of the series yet, but so far they are wonderful For a good bit of the story we are told about what Jamie and Claire had been doing during their years apart Not every little thing is told right away and I m sure there is going to be some things later on down the road that might be brought up in other books That seems to be the way it has been going I thought I

  3. says:

    Just finished the third tale of Jamie and Claire in Voyager, I must admit it was my favorite so far Spoilers ..can t write these and not have them Awe damn, not again Hello Claire, nice to see you yet again Stephanie How did you end up here I don t see that strange vehicle you usually use to time travel I had to return the time mower The owner was not amused by my borrowing it He mumbled something about a restraining order, hooligans and red heads I mu

  4. says:

    This was another five star read I mean, how can it not be The effort this author has put into the books is unbelievable Not sure how long it takes her to do her research It has always been forever, for me, Sassenach Twenty years have passed and Claire returns through the stones I thought their first meeting fell a little bit flat for me Maybe my expections were too high.Plenty has happened in the twenty years that Claire and Jamie have been apart Some of th

  5. says:

    The Outlander series is definitely one of my most recommencded series of books I might even love these booksthan Harry Potter and that s saying something.The Outlander books are set in the 1700s They start off in Scotland, but later travel to Paris, Jamaica and the American Colonies.Claire and Jamie, the book s two main characters are fantastic They re deep, smart and action oriented, yet very real As their relationship evolves over the series of books, it evolv

  6. says:

    Gabaldon s sex ridden, hugely researched, academically adventurous, time travel sci fi meets historical romance novels qualify as trash novels for lit nerds they re absolutely a guilty pleasure From clan warfare to herbal medicine to genealogy to British history to WWII, the books are packed with information what little Gaelic I know started with these book Bonus the heroine gets to have many, many rolls in the hay with a handsome hard bodied Highlander Can t really

  7. says:

    When we last saw Claire and Jaime and the gang, Claire had just finished telling her story about Jaime and Scotland to her daughter, Brianna, and a researcher, Roger They decide to find out what happened to Jaime Apparently, he did NOT die in the Battle of Cullodenbut is he still alive in the 1760 s And does Claire want to leave behind her life in the 1960 s including her beloved daughter ...

  8. says:

    I have to say that I was generally disappointed by this third book in the series I was SO excited to read it, but the first half dragged and the second half was just ridiculous most of the time I m ok with SOME unlikely siuations after all, the whole premise of the book is unlikely but this was just non stop She kept resurrecting characters from earlier in this book or previous books and it often made little sense as to why they suddenly appeared I felt like the last 200 pages

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Okay, if I had a half star I would give this one that extra half But only because there are pirates.Things that irritated me Och lassie, I swear I ll never lie to ye Oh, sorry, I didn t tell ye about that extra wife because I was afraid ye d hate me But that s all the secrets Och, I m sorry I didn t tell ye about having a son, I wa...

  10. says:

    Immer ein sehr monumentales Gef hl einen solchen W lzer zu beenden und die Geschichte um Claire und Jamie ging so spannend weiter wie sie im zweiten Band endete Man kann es nicht anders sagen Diana Gabaldon kann einfach schreiben In Ferne Ufer besuchen wir zusammen mit Jamie und Claire so viele alte und bekannte aber auch neue und unbekannte Orte Und dabei denkt man jedes Mal, dass man hautnah mit dabei ist, weil einem die Umgebu...

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