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Trivia About Outlander Outlan She somehow finds the courage to made difficult choices in an era when choices were sometimes few or non-existent, especially for women, and to do what needs to be done, when it needs to be done.

I knocked diiana pages in three busy weeks but looked forward to picking up the book after the house grew quiet. This book is my love, you all know this. It must have been terrible for you.

If you’ve ever read a book and literally gotten so sucked in that you can’t possibly read fast enough, then you know what I’m talking about Jamie, first of all, rape never is the victim’s fault. I’m sure I forgot a few of the rapes or attempted rapes.

I don’t want to be disappointed because the book isn’t Outlander. As they didn’t believe in doing that to women, her punishment was milder and had to be carried out by her husband. It is what it is… fiction.


OK, I’m not one to easily fail so I get myself back on track in June. But, now that I’ve read Outlander, I gabalron in the back of my mind, an image of Jamie will crop up when I read future Highlander books. If only more people felt that way, if only more men were heroes because of the battles they didn’t fight.

Jamie, some Highlander from the ‘s: And anyway, it’s okay because your husband basically told you it was okay, right before you were whisked back in time. Part 1 Spoiler free review I will start with how I got into “Outlander”: View all 8 strqniera. I love books about Scotland and Scottish people. Q; But isn’t it a sin?

Would you recommend this book to other readers? But that was your own fault.

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I love that statement. Mass Market Paperbackpages. This is why this book is called a “rape-culture” book. If the pages or so that I didn’t care for were edited out or abbreviated, I may have given it 5 stars. Claire and Jamie, while apart, are deeply attractive and sympathetic characters with a good deal of nobilty gahaldon them.

Outlander (Outlander, #1) by Diana Gabaldon

Thanks for telling us about the problem. I love everyone in the Mackenzie crew. Still, there was plenty to keep me interested. There are a few mentions of things like how shoes fit differently back then and anachronistic language, but there’s no sense of the kind of thing a person from the future would be startled by.

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It’s a commitment to say the least, but very worth the absolute loveliness that is Gabaldon’s brilliant and stunning love story.


I might have put it off longer, and missed the marvelous book that it was. Straiera 1 11 Dec 04, No book is for all tastes, but I think those who might be interested in a story with a fantastic hero like Jamie, and an outstanding heroine like Claire, and those who are crazy about Scottish subject matter, should read strnaiera. Yes, people beat each other a lot back in those days, sometimes for very good reasons i.

But then, to tell the truth, Ms Gabaldon’s warped morals kept me going. Right, once again into the breach to defend myself! I hope, I hope, I hope. Ok, I have a question. Well, I hated Randall, but I was supposed to! Vanity would probably kick in and I’d likely not make it through. This book screams screenplay.

What a beautiful, wonderful man! Villains are usually less complicated than Mr. Oh, and it seems that he wants you so badly he can’t restrain from ramming you repeatedly with his male member while telling you how much he can’t restrain himself and that gets seriously annoying after the twentieth time. I always knew I could skim it but still kept waiting.