The triumphant seventh novel in the bestselling phenomenon that is the Outlander series.
Diana Gabaldon is the internationally bestselling author of many historical novels. She lives with her family in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The seventh installment of Gabaldon's popular Outlander series will not disappoint her fans, who've been chomping at the bit since A Breath of Snow and Ashes (2005). Highlander Jamie Fraser and his time-traveling wife, Claire, find themselves in the midst of the American Revolution. Jamie is fighting on the winning side-but he fears facing in battle his illegitimate son, William, a lieutenant in the British army. Meanwhile, in the 20th century, daughter Brianna and family have settled at the Fraser ancestral home, where they face their own perils. Verdict Readers anticipating a lengthy visit with Jamie and Claire may be vexed to find that a goodly chunk of the story is devoted to William; but his adventures include all the thrilling elements Outlander addicts have come to crave. Relish this book-it might be a long stretch until the next fix. [See Prepub Alert, LJ 6/1/09.]-Jeanne Bogino, New Lebanon Lib., New York Copyright 2009 Reed Business Information.
Battle-scarred Scotsman Jamie Fraser is back with a vengeance in this rollicking adventure. - The Courier MailReplete with the gory details of war, and of 18th century medical procedures, as well as plenty of sex, romance, death, kidnap and intrigue, it is the kind of chameleon [Gabaldon s] readers have come to expect. - The Sunday TimesThis is the seventh book in one of the most popular time travel series, and is as convincing as the first. - The Illawarra Mercury