Monday, September 19, 2011


Diana Gabaldon
1059 pages
Publisher: Dell

You can read the Goodreads summary here.

A short review...

In the third installment of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series we find Claire desperately researching alongside her daughter for any indication that Jamie survived the Battle of Culloden.  When she learns he did indeed survive, she grapples with the decision to leave Bree and return to him.

Voyager had everything a good novel in this series should have - sex, blood, violence, disease, adventure, more sex and a bit of mystery.  Really there's something for everything and Voyager didn't disappoint at all.


Claire does in fact return to Jamie and from there they have adventures together, relearning about each other.  Of course I was happy to see Claire return to Jamie because their romance is epic and rightly so should continue.

Of the whole massive novel, the last six or so pages were my absolute favorite.  Naturally, the book ended at such a point where I immediately want to pick up the next in the series (Drums of Autumn) and start reading right away.  I had been waiting since Dragonfly in Amber for Jamie and Claire to end up in the Colonies, and where they landed specifically delighted me.  I have a feeling I'm going to like the next book even more.

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