Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 9th 2001
Publisher: Seal Books
Pages no: 864
Edition language: English
Series: Outlander (#1)
I discovered this book thanks to the tv show spot: a young woman was thrown back to 1700s Scotland because of this weird stones and I just thought "hey, that seems interesting". Long story short: it became one of my favorites books. The book begins with Claire, the protagonist, who comes back to...
I’d been wanting to read this book for ages and I’ve had it on my shelves for more than a year. I finally decided to read this monster and it took me an entire month to do it. It was really a great and interesting read nonetheless. I loved the historical references in this book and the differences...
I am honestly surprised at how unimpressed I am by the first book in the Outlander series. Maybe its the first person point of view, but I just did not like the writing style at all. Have to say this is one of those cases that I like the show better than the book. Claire has gone back in time. She...
Ever since I purchased this book, I have found excuse after excuse not to read it. In an effort to purge my overflowing bookcases, I decided to buckle down and read it. So much for purging. Now I feel the need to go buy eight more books after finishing this one. Yes, it's trashy. Yes, trashy is well...
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