Nobody Ever Said Love Was Easy
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"Voyager" is the third installment of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander saga and just as riveting as the previous two books. It's been two decades since Claire had to leave Jamie behind in order to escape the infamous battle of Culloden. She's always believed that he had died in battle, but when Roger uncovers proof that he survived, ... "Voyager" is the third installment of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander saga and just as riveting as the previous two books. It's been two decades since Claire had to leave Jamie behind in order to escape the infamous battle of Culloden. She's always believed that he had died in battle, but when Roger uncovers proof that he survived, Claire has a difficult decision to make: Stay in her native time and never see him again or leave her daughter behind and travel back in time to find him. Nobody ever said love was easy, especially when it comes to the Frasers. I just love this series. Claire and Jamie are great characters separately and make an even better couple. I love their dynamic, their compromises, Claire's strength and Jamie's open-mindedness. The story might be confusing to some and seem to be all over the place at times, but I enjoy their journey immensely. I am very glad that Gabaldon doesn't just gloss over the 20 years Claire and Jamie spent apart. It's great, albeit hard, to read what happened to Jamie during that time. Some of the choices he made made me positively furious, but I love how everything turns out in the end, regardless. If you enjoy historical novels and great romances and somehow haven't already stumbled upon this series, I strongly suggest you pick it up.
Voyager (25th Anniversary Edition)
A lavishly produced collector's edition of the third book in Diana Gabaldon's blockbuster Outlander saga (now a Starz original series), featuring a new introduction by the author.
He was dead. However, his nose throbbed painfully, which he thought odd in the circumstances.
Jamie Fraser is, alas, not dead-but he is in hell. Waking among the fallen on Culloden Field, he is concerned neither for his men nor his wounds but for his wife and their unborn child. Lord, he prayed passionately, that she may be safe. She and the child. It's a prayer he'll utter many times over the next twenty years, never knowing but always hoping that Claire made it through the standing stones, back to the safety of her own time.
Safe she is, but believing Jamie gone forever, she's obliged to live without a heart, her only comfort their daughter, Brianna. But now, their daughter grown, she discovers that Jamie survived, and a fateful decision lies before her: Stay with her beloved daughter, or go back to search Scotland's dangerous past for the man who was her heart and soul, sustained only by the hope that they will still know each other if she finds him.
Diana Gabaldon is the #1
New York Times bestselling author of the wildly popular Outlander novels—
Outlander, Dragonfly in Amber, Voyager, Drums of Autumn, The Fiery Cross, A Breath of Snow and Ashes,
An Echo in the Bone, and
Written in My Own Heart’s Blood—as well as a collection of Outlander fiction,
Seven Stones to Stand or Fall; two works of nonfiction,
The Outlandish Companion, Volumes 1 and
2; and the Outlander graphic novel,
The Exile. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, with her husband.