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Voyager: Outlander, Book 3 (1993)

From the author of Outlander and Dragonfly in Amber, Diana Gabaldon, the astonishing saga of epic romance continues.

Twenty years ago, they were forced to separate. She could risk everything, maybe even risking her life, on a chance that their love has endured the long, rigorous test time.

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Set in the fascinating Scotland of 200 years ago in the 18th century, the third installment in this series is just as compelling as the first two. After Claire learns that Jamie survived the massacre at Culloden, he is now faced with the most difficult choice of his life. She wants to go back in time to find the love of his life, but in order to do that he must leave their daughter behind and she doesn’t want to do that.

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“From clan warfare to herbals to genealogy to British History to WWII, the books contain lots of historical information and of course, it’s plenty of romance.”

The Book GuideĀ® Editor

When Voyager opens on the battlefield of Culloden, Jamie Fraser finds himself gravely wounded and his rival Jack Randell dead. After the battle of Cullodens, 18 Scottish Highlanders seek refuge at a nearby farmhouse.

Davina Porter’s powerful, witty, heroic characters lend themselves well for the rich, melodic narrative she provides on the audiobook version. Under her spell, people find themselves transported back in time to exciting, far away places where they’d enjoy meeting new characters by Diana Gabaldon.

Voyager: Outlander, Book 3 (1993) by Diana Gabaldon

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