Claire and James have traveled across continents and centuries to build their relationship together in a pre–Revolutionary America.
It was 1771. Claire Randall is still a stranger in a strange land. But now she is connected to her only anchor: James Fraser. They’ve crossed continents and centuries to build their lives together in North Carolina. But tensions between clans, both ancient and recent ones, threaten them.
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James believes that his wife has the ability to predict the future, even though he’d rather not. There will definitely be a war. She knows that the coming revolution will be dangerous, but she hopes it will lead to a better future for everyone.
“In the fifth installment of the Outlander series, time-traveler Claire Beauchamp Randall Fraser and her eighteenth-century husband, Jamie, have established their homestead on Fraser’s Ridge in the mountains of Western North Carolina.”The Book Guide® Editor
This installment looks at interesting issues of the eighteenth century, including everyday mundane activities, medicinal herbs and treatments and Highland superstitions. It also includes a wide range of characters, both savory and otherwise, who were made even more intriguing by the time they lived in. The love story between Jamie and Claire, as well as their lives together, continue forward as they grow older with each book.
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by The Book Guide® Editors4.6/5 Very good