Gabaldon delivers another fascinating and intriguing addition to this spectacular series.
Outlander, the hugely popular series by Diana Gabaldon, reaches new heights with its seventh novel, which takes readers on an unforgettable journey to 1777 America.
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In Echo in the Bone, Claire and Jamie Fraser have been recovering from their house burning in the mountains for several months now and they are established in the Mountains of North Carolina. Jamie Fraser knows from having traveled back in time that, no matter how improbable it seems, America will eventually win the Revolutionary War. As the American Revolution gets started, the British Empire is beginning to crumble.
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“An Echo in the Bone is a thrilling historical drama that features a colorful cast that includes several legendary figures, including hero turned traitor Benedict Arnold and bawdier statesman Benjamin Franklin.”The Book Guide® Editor
Claire’s daughters, Brianna, her son-in-law, Roger, and their children – Jem and Mandy – have safely returned to the twentieth century and taken up residence in the family’s historic homestead of Lallybroch, Scotland in 1980. Besides, Lord John William Grey finds himself both involved in the American Revolutionary War, and on the English (British) side of the war.
An Echo in the Bone: Outlander, Book 7 (2009) by Diana GabaldonDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
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