A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander, #6) by Diana GabaldonIt also has surprisingly melancholy and insightful views on the experience of growing old and dealing with the losses that entails…. One of the things that sets Gabaldon apart from other romance writers is exhaustive research of the times in which her characters live, so evident in her attention to period detail…. For fans, this book is another slam-dunk hit. Her use of historical detail and truly adult love story confirm Gabaldon as a superior writer. The pages practically turn themselves.
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I swear I have been reading the Outlander Series for about six or seven weeks now and everything seems to be running together. I feel like all of the characters have come so far and changed so much since the first book , which I suppose is the concept of this really really really long story. I read somewhere Gabaldon plans at least two more novels…. I am glad I bought The Outlandish Companion …. Roger has found his calling—ministry which I found awfully ironic but rather fitting. The Revolutionary War has begun with Jamie joining in the fight for freedom with Claire at his side.
A Breath of Snow and Ashes
And Jamie knows that three years hence, the shot heard round the world will be fired, and the end of it all will be independence - with those loyal to the King either dead or in exile. For once, Jamie Fraser hopes the time-travelers in his family are wrong about the future. - Claire is the wife of Jamie Fraser, her 18th century husband, and facing the politics and turmoil of the forthcoming American Revolution. The preceding novel, The Fiery Cross , concluded with political unrest in the colonies beginning to boil over and the Frasers trying to peacefully live on their isolated homestead in the foothills of North Carolina.
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The novel takes place in the colony of North Carolina, from early to late The book follows 20th-century doctor Claire Fraser and her 18th-century husband, Jamie Fraser , as they face the politics and turmoil of the forthcoming American Revolution. The preceding novel, The Fiery Cross , concluded with political unrest in the colonies beginning to boil over while the Frasers try to live peacefully on their isolated homestead. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.