Why you should read this book:
Romance, time-travel, and characters so well depicted you feel like you’ve met them in real life. These are the three main reasons to read Outlander by Diana Gabaldon This novel is hefty, but it’s a page-turner, you’ll be hard-pressed to put it down. Gabaldon writes so well you’ll forget you’re reading.
Why you shouldn’t read this book:
- You don’t like romance.
- You don’t like time-travel
- You don’t like historical fiction.
What Outlander by Diana Gabaldon is about:
Claire Randall and her husband, Frank, have finally reunited after working apart during the Second World War. They’re having a second honeymoon in Inverness, Scotland, when Claire accidentally steps through the standing stones of Craigh na Dun and travels back in time to 1743. She’s found by a group of highlanders who take her in despite their suspicions that she’s a spy for the British. Soon she finds herself caught up in the politics of Scotland and the lives of the highlanders as they war with the British for their independence. Claire wants to return home to her husband but finds herself falling in love with the highlander James Fraser. Caught between two worlds and two loves, Claire will have to decide where her loyalty truly lies.
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