Voyager

These books are becoming some of my favorite books of all time I can t say for the rest of the series yet but so far they are wonderful For a good bit of the story we are told about what Jamie and

These books are becoming some of my favorite books of all time. I can't say for the rest of the series yet, but so far they are wonderful! For a good bit of the story we are told about what Jamie and Claire had been doing during their years apart. Not every little thing is told right away and I'm sure there is going to be some things later on down the road that might be brought up in other books. That seems to be the way it has been going. I thought I would going to keel over until Jamie and Claire were together again but I did enjoy the story up until then, with the exception of a few things. Also, it's so hard to know that they are all dead, well most, and Murtagh too =( Murtagh, it was so sad when Jamie was telling Claire about it later on. I cried my eyes out =( But Randall is dead! OMG! I was so happy and then weirded out for a minute that the evil bastard wasn't going to be around any more. Not that there aren't more evil bastards but still. The book also goes on to tell about Roger, Bree and Claire looking for clues as to where Claire might find Jamie and when they did and when she went back. OMG! "Is that you, Geordie?" he asked, not turning around. He was dressed in shirt and breeches, and had a small tool of some kind in his hand, with which he was doing something to the innards of the press. "Took ye long enough. Did ye get the--""It isn't Geordie," I said. My voice was higher than usual. "It's me," I said. "Claire."He straightened up very slowly. He wore his hair long; a thick tail of a deep, rich auburn sparked with copper. I had time to see that the neat ribbon that tied it back was green, and then he turned around. He stared at me without speaking. A tremor ran down the muscular throat as he swallowed, but still he didn't say anything. It was the same broad, good-humored face, dark blue eyes aslant the high, flat cheekbones of a Viking, a long mouth curling at the ends as though always on the verge of smiling. The lines surrounding eyes and mouth were deeper, or course. The nose had changed just a bit. The knife-edge bridge was slightly thickened near the base by the ridge of an old, healed fracture. It made him look fiercer, I thought, but lessened that air of aloof reserve, and lent his appearance a new rough charm. I walked through the flap in the counter, seeing nothing but that unblinking stare. I cleared my throat. "When did you break your nose?"The corners of his wide mouth lifted up slightly."About three minutes after I last saw ye-Sassenach."There was a hesitation, almost a question in the name. There was no more than a foot between us. I reached out tentatively and touched the tiny line of the break, where the bone pressed white against the bronze skin. He flinched backward as though an electric spark had arced between us, and the calm expression shattered. "You're real," he whispered. I had thought him pale already. Now all vestiges of color drained from his face. His eyes rolled up and he slumped to the floor in a shower of papers and oddments that had been sitting on the press--he fell rather gracefully for such a large man. I thought abstractedly. It was only a faint; his eyelids were beginning to flutter by the time I knelt beside him and loosened the stock at his throat. I had no doubts at all by now, but still I looked automatically as I pulled the heavy linen away. It was there, of course, the small triangular scare just above his collarbone, left by the knife of Captain Jonathan Randall, Esquire, of His Majesty's Eighth Dragoons. His normal healthy color was returning. I sat cross-legged on the floor and hoisted his head onto my thigh. His hair felt thick and soft in my hand. His eyes opened. "That bad, is it?" I said, smiling down at him with the same words he had used to me on the day of our wedding, holding my head in his lap, twenty-odd years before. "That bad, and worse, Sassenach," he answered, mouth twitching with something almost a smile. He sat up abruptly, staring at me. "God in heaven, you are real!""So are you.: I lifted my chin to look up at him. "I th-thought you were dead." I had meant to speak lightly, but my voice betrayed me. The tears spilled down my cheeks, only to soak into the rough cloth of his shirt as he pulled me hard against him. I shook so bad that it was some time before I realized that he was shaking, too, and for the same reason. I don't know how long we sat there on the dusty floor, crying in each other's arms with the longing of twenty years spilling down our faces.*Sob* There is more to it before and after but you can read all of that. I can't stand it. I cried my eyes out once again. I'm going to always cry in these books. So then they are back together and right off the bat they are running around trying not to get killed, although, there is some time to find a room and make love and eat and relax a little. Then they are off again. Omg! And little Fergus is a grown man. I mean of course he is and I still love him. I love him even more now. Jamie and Fergus are into smuggling and whatever else they can do. Eventually, Jamie and Claire go back home to Lallybroch taking little Ian home. Yes, Ian grew up too although he's only 14 or 15. Jenny and Ian and all of their kids are still there. And some other stuff that goes down there that I won't get into. Jamie, Claire and Ian set out to get the rest of this gold Jamie had hidden and Ian wanted to go out to get it and of course he gets nabbed by some pirates and taken out to sea. And thus begins our journey across the waters to find Ian. They do eventually find him and I was shocked to hear who had him and how they were crazy. Anyway, they make some stops along the way, get separated for a bit, run into John Grey who was a young lad the last time he was seen in the first book or was it the second? Who cares. He was sort of over Jamie when he went to jail. Yes, Jamie spent some time in jail while Claire was away and sired and damn kid boy doing something really stupid. He could have just grabbed the damn letters and went on about his business like he was trying to do. But, that's neither here nor there. I'm sure there is a reason for everything. Although, he sired the kid when he was working at a plantation and not in the actual jail cell. LolClaire and Jamie meet up with John Grey again later on and he's really kind to them. God, I'm all over the place in this review! I don't care, it is what it is. They have to deal with all kinds of things and Claire almost dies twice. It's like geez, they never get a break. But, no matter what, their love never dies. ❤"If you say it," I said, "I'll have to believe you.""You will?" He sounded faintly astonished. "Why?""Because you're an honest man, Jamie Fraser." I said, smiling so I wouldn't cry. "And may the Lord have mercy on you for it.""Only you," he said, so softly I could barely hear him. "To worship ye with my body, give ye all the service of my hands. To give ye my name, and all my heart and soul with it. Only you. Because ye will not let me lie--and yet ye love me."I did touch him then. "Jamie," I said softly, and laid my hand on his arm. "You aren't alone any more."He turned then and took me by the arms, searching my face. "I swore to you," I said. "When we were married. I didn't mean it then, but I swore-and now I mean it." I turned his hand over in both of mine, feeling the thing, smooth skin at the base of his wrist, where the pulse beat under my fingers, where the blade of his dirk had cut his flesh once, and spilled his blood to mingle with mine forever. I pressed my own wrist against his, pulse to pulse, heartbeat to heartbeat. "Blood of my blood . . ." I whispered. "Bone of my bone." His whisper was deep and husky. He knelt quite suddenly befor eme, and put his folded hands in mine; the gesture a Highlander makes when swearing loyalty to his chieftain. "I give ye my spirit," he said, head bent over our hands. "Til our life shall be done," I said softly. "But it isn't done yet, Jamie, is it?"Then he rose and took the shift from me, and I lay back on the narrow bed naked, and pulled him down to me through the soft yellow light, and took him home, and home, and home again, and we were neither one of us alone.There are just not words for the love these two have, for the things these two have gone through, for anything really. I love them and always will. And, as you know with an 1000, plus page book, this review barely scratches the surface! And now they have landed in America . . . . MY Blog: Melissa Martin's Reading ListThe best Voyager By Diana Gabaldon is Ebook From the author of the breathtaking bestsellers Outlander and Dragonfly in Amber, the extraordinary saga continues.Their passionate encounter happened long ago by whatever measurement Claire Randall took Two decades before, she had traveled back in time and into the arms of a gallant eighteenth century Scot named Jamie Fraser Then she returned to her own century to bearFrom the author of the breathtaking bestsellers Outlander and Dragonfly in Amber, the extraordinary saga continues.Their passionate encounter happened long ago by whatever measurement Claire Randall took Two decades before, she had traveled back in time and into the arms of a gallant eighteenth century Scot named Jamie Fraser Then she returned to her own century to bear his child, believing him dead in the tragic battle of Culloden Yet his memory has never lessened its hold on her and her body still cries out for him in her dreams.Then Claire discovers that Jamie survived Torn between returning to him and staying with their daughter in her own era, Claire must choose her destiny And as time and space come full circle, she must find the courage to face the passion and pain awaiting here deadly intrigues raging in a divided Scotland and the daring voyage into the dark unknown that can reunite or forever doom her timeless love.. Diana Jean Gabaldon Watkins grew up in Flagstaff, Arizona and is of Mexican American and English descent She has earned three degrees a B.S in Zoology, a M.S in Marine Biology, and a Ph.D in Ecology.She currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.. The best Ebook Voyager Everyone wants Jamie's body. Randall, Lord John Grey, Claire, that teen girl and... Me. XD
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  1. Diana Jean Gabaldon Watkins grew up in Flagstaff, Arizona and is of Mexican American and English descent She has earned three degrees a B.S in Zoology, a M.S in Marine Biology, and a Ph.D in Ecology.She currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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  1. These books are becoming some of my favorite books of all time I can t say for the rest of the series yet, but so far they are wonderful For a good bit of the story we are told about what Jamie and Claire had been doing during their years apart Not every little thing is told right away and I m sure there is going to be some things later on down the road that might be brought up in other books That seems to be the way it has been going I thought I would going to keel over until Jamie and Claire w [...]


  2. Just finished the third tale of Jamie and Claire in Voyager, I must admit it was my favorite so far Spoilers .n t write these and not have them Awe damn, not again Hello Claire, nice to see you yet again Stephanie How did you end up here I don t see that strange vehicle you usually use to time travel I had to return the time mower The owner was not amused by my borrowing it He mumbled something about a restraining order, hooligans and red heads I must have mentioned Jamie and his kilt Anyway, pr [...]


  3. This was another five star read I mean, how can it not be The effort this author has put into the books is unbelievable Not sure how long it takes her to do her research It has always been forever, for me, Sassenach Twenty years have passed and Claire returns through the stones I thought their first meeting fell a little bit flat for me Maybe my expections were too high.Plenty has happened in the twenty years that Claire and Jamie have been apart Some of the things I wish didn t happen, but c es [...]


  4. The Outlander series is definitely one of my most recommencded series of books I might even love these books than Harry Potter and that s saying something.The Outlander books are set in the 1700s They start off in Scotland, but later travel to Paris, Jamaica and the American Colonies.Claire and Jamie, the book s two main characters are fantastic They re deep, smart and action oriented, yet very real As their relationship evolves over the series of books, it evolves realistically They grow toget [...]


  5. Gabaldon s sex ridden, hugely researched, academically adventurous, time travel sci fi meets historical romance novels qualify as trash novels for lit nerds they re absolutely a guilty pleasure From clan warfare to herbal medicine to genealogy to British history to WWII, the books are packed with information what little Gaelic I know started with these book Bonus the heroine gets to have many, many rolls in the hay with a handsome hard bodied Highlander Can t really go wrong.The books were recom [...]


  6. When we last saw Claire and Jaime and the gang, Claire had just finished telling her story about Jaime and Scotland to her daughter, Brianna, and a researcher, Roger They decide to find out what happened to Jaime Apparently, he did NOT die in the Battle of Cullodenbut is he still alive in the 1760 s And does Claire want to leave behind her life in the 1960 s including her beloved daughter to return to a man who may not love her any The Outlander series has been an emotional roller coaster ride f [...]


  7. I have to say that I was generally disappointed by this third book in the series I was SO excited to read it, but the first half dragged and the second half was just ridiculous most of the time I m ok with SOME unlikely siuations after all, the whole premise of the book is unlikely but this was just non stop She kept resurrecting characters from earlier in this book or previous books and it often made little sense as to why they suddenly appeared I felt like the last 200 pages were the foundatio [...]


  8. Okay, if I had a half star I would give this one that extra half But only because there are pirates.Things that irritated me Och lassie, I swear I ll never lie to ye Oh, sorry, I didn t tell ye about that extra wife because I was afraid ye d hate me But that s all the secrets Och, I m sorry I didn t tell ye about having a son, I was afraid ye d hate me But that s all the secrets, I swear Also, John Grey better show up a lot in the next book, because I fail to see how he could possibly be a char [...]


  9. Immer ein sehr monumentales Gef hl einen solchen W lzer zu beenden und die Geschichte um Claire und Jamie ging so spannend weiter wie sie im zweiten Band endete Man kann es nicht anders sagen Diana Gabaldon kann einfach schreiben In Ferne Ufer besuchen wir zusammen mit Jamie und Claire so viele alte und bekannte aber auch neue und unbekannte Orte Und dabei denkt man jedes Mal, dass man hautnah mit dabei ist, weil einem die Umgebung so toll geschildert wird, dass ich bei den Szenen auf See teilwe [...]


  10. I M ABSOLUTELY SPEECHLESS I don t even know where to begin with my review I suppose I ll have to think on it a bit JUST KNOW there are not enough stars in the sky As I work my way through this series I am just dumbfounded at the awesomeness before me And this book, by far my favorite so far in the series words cannot express my love for these characters, and this story But again, it s one of those stories that enraptures those ONLY that it s meant to And I am definitely on that list image error


  11. Voyager, book 3 Claire and Jamie are finally reunited after twenty years apart Has their love managed to survive the 20 year long separation It has always been forever for me, sassenach Voyager is definitley my new favorite book in this series It was pretty much perfection for me and it pains me not to give this 5 stars I have absolutely no complaints about the first 50 60% It was still good after that, but I significantly lost interest to my big dismay But this is still one of the best books I [...]


  12. Review brought to you by OBS staff member HeidiBeware of SpoilersVoyager is the third installment in Diana Gabaldon s Outlander series Voyager picks up where Dragonfly in Amber left off Jamie and Claire have just parted ways him to go back and face his grisly death on Culloden field and her to go back through the stones at Craigh na Dun so she can bring her and Jamie s child safely into the world.The book then takes us through the next twenty years, telling us what exactly happened to the separa [...]


  13. UPDATE OCTOBER 2017 It was even better second time around I had missed so many details first time I read it Only you, he said, so softly I could barely hear him To worship ye with my body, give ye all the service of my hands To give ye my name, and all my heart and soul with it Only you Because ye will not let me lie and yet ye love me EPIC STORY PHENOMENAL WRITING.This is without a doubt my all time favourite series To read my reviews of previous books, click on pic.


  14. 4.5 mis hormonas no tienen nada que ver STARS Qui n ama a Jamie Fraser YOOOOO siii Que me haga mil hijos Esste digo, que es un maldito el Canijo Que mal pensadas eh Mira que hacerle eso a m Claire No no no, Jamie Malo He durado meeeeeeses con este libro Pero es por mis locuras solamente Pues lo fui leyendo junto con la serie QUE PEDAZO DE LIBRO SE ORAS Y SE ORES Es que es imposible describir las sensaciones, emociones y dem s que gener en mi Hay intriga, emoci n, aventura, personajes inolvidable [...]



  15. At long last, my love affair with these crazy Scottish novels and their hunky hero and sassy heroine has come to a squeaking, grinding halt I tried to ignore the unusually frenetic pace, but when the plot began frantically bouncing from one eyebrow raising, skepticism inducing mishap to the next well, let me enumerate 1 Jamie survives the slaughter of Culloden well, of course he did He s the strongest, burliest, cleverest Scot in Scotland 2 Claire survives her third, apparently death defying tri [...]


  16. This review can also be found at Carole s Random LifeAfter finishing the audiobook for the previous book in this series, Dragonfly in Amber, I found it very hard to move on to something else My mind was still with Jamie Even though I had planned to take a bit of a break between books, I ended up waiting only a couple of weeks before starting Voyager I remember falling in love with this book the first time I read it and I am happy to say that I still am in love.My teenage daughter asked me what t [...]


  17. Not a true reviewRandom thoughtsHighlights Jamie and Claire s reunion Jamie s third person POV, including what happened to him during the years of their separation Lord John Grey s role in Jamie s life The hunt for the hidden treasure Information about time travel A prophecy is told A surprise character from Outlander returns.IssuesThe book had over the top angst with a series of coincidences, old acquaintances entering the story, and back to back obstacles Jamie and Claire can t seem to catch a [...]


  18. THIS BOOK WAS MASSIVE The first half of the book was so good and made me so happy after the heart wrenching ending from Dragonfly in Amber But then, the last half of the book was so slow Even though it was super entertaining, the Voyager part of the book really dragged on I feel like Diana could have moved things on a bit The first book is still my favorite, it s nice to go on these adventure with Jamie and Claire, I just don t know how I m going to relate to the characters now that they are old [...]


  19. Loved getting wrapped up in the world of Jamie Fraser and Claire Randall Fast forward twenty years later after the last book, and Claire decides to go back through the stones to find her long lost love In the beginning I fell right in and never wanted it to end However, this was the first book in the series where I began to feel it was all a little much Over the top constantly falling into situation after situation that all felt a little too convenient I also for the first time felt that this bo [...]


  20. Well, I am back to rekindle my love for Jamie Alexander Fraser The second book left me in such an emotional turmoil, I just had to know how the drama ends I cheated and flipped through pages of Voyager to get closure some weeks ago but now it is finally time to read and enjoy the book in fullOnce again, Gabaldon doesn t disappoint She has a talent for characterization and is a stellar storyteller, there is no doubt about it Once again, she takes us on a fabulous adventure through times and count [...]


  21. I think I may be one of the few readers of this series who made it this far only to say I have now had enough There is something intangibly wonderful about the relationship between Jamie and Claire It has sustained me through all of the things I have found frustrating about these books That dynamic is still there and this book gives us the reunion we didn t get in the last story But so much of the book either frustrated or upset me that in the end, I must conclude that it is time to part ways.As [...]


  22. Ha sido muy emocionante volver a revivir este libro, mi favorito de la serie junto a Forastera Eso s , releerlo en ingl s ha sido como leer un libro nuevo, hay una gran diferencia con la traducci n antigua.He tenido momentos en los que no pod a con mi vida de la emoci n y otros en los que he recordado por qu siempre digo que la Gabaldon es una rollera, este libro podr a ser menos pesado literal y metaf ricamente si esta se ora supiera resumir y evitarnos tanto detalle.Pero no puedo bajarle las c [...]


  23. Maravilloso De los tres libros que llevo le dos de esta saga, ste es por lejos el mejor Tiene absolutamente todo para ser una novela ntegra aventuras, misterio, intrigas, momentos emotivos y sobrecogedores, descripciones hist ricas y de poca impecables, nuevos personajes y el reencuentro con otros, donde, por supuesto, destaca el de Claire y Jamie creo que ese cap tulo lo le como tres veces para no perder ni el m s m nimo detalle , logrando un exquisito equilibro entre la timidez de volver a reu [...]


  24. Voyager is book 3 in Jamie and Claire series It is one of my favorites With the help of Roger and Brea doing historical research, they think they have found Jamie alive in Scotland and working as a printer And so this book takes Claire through the stones once again and back to Jamie at long last It also gives us insight to some of the events that happened to them during their 20 year seperation Jamie after the war held up in a cave for 7 years, him being a prisoner at Ardsmuir and then a indentu [...]


  25. 4 4.5 stars.SoI seem to always have the unpopular opinion.For me, the previous book, Dragonfly in Amber was a much interesting read for me I preferred all the quiet, emotional moments in DIA than the seemingly over the top adventures in the second half of Voyager Not to say I didn t still devour this book like a starving man As with the first book, I found myself being extremely frustrated with Claire throughout Voyager Constantly doubting Jaime when he has proven himself time and again to her [...]


  26. WARNING First part of this review if this could still be called a review will sort of be a homage temple for worship to my beloved James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser, the most gorgeous and swoon worthy hero ever existing in literature Ain t no other man can stand up next to youAin t no other man on the planet does what you doYou re the kind of guy a girl finds on a blue moonYou got soul, you got class, you got style in your bad assAin t no other man, it s true Christina Aguilera, Ain t No [...]


  27. I don t know how she manages to fit so much into one novel I love exploring this world with Claire and Jamie There are so many twists and so many things to look forward to in the next five books I m just genuinely enjoying the journey these books are taking me on I wholeheartedly recommend picking up Outlander and continuing on With this one, I also suggest pushing through the first 250 pages or so, if they seem a little slow It s all worth it in the end and it all fits together so nicely.


  28. beahreadsLer o terceiro volume da s rie Outlander basicamente experimentar a mesma sensa o que Claire deve ter sentido ao atravessar o c rculo de pedras em Craigh na Dun perder se inteira e completamente em um universo extremamente diferente de sua realidade O Resgate No Mar , ou Voyager t tulo original do romance, iguala se com esmero as obras antecessoras de Diana Gabaldon Nessa nova e empolgante aventura, Claire e Jamie deparam se com situa es aterrorizantes de serem enfrentadas, principalmen [...]


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