Bibliophile, nature nut, Kuk Sool Won student, physical therapist, and spaz. I love stories, learning new things, laughing and stretching my heart, mind and body.
Ok, first: Diana Gabaldon is a master- with language, with emotion, with mystery and with intrigue. She can paint a world with words so rich you would swear you were right there.
Second: Jeff Woodman is easily one of my favorite narrators. Accents are wonderfully done, character voices are subtle but distinguishable, cadence is varied and always appropriate.
Put them together and it is a must-listen!
Great book in the "Lord John" series. I love the way we find out so much more about characters that are popular in her "Outlander" books. Perfect narrator, I love his "Jaime" voice!
This story can stand alone from the Outlander series, but I greatly appreciated having Lord John so much more fleshed out. It also answered some of the vague references to Lord John's past.
I started the John Grey series waiting for the next Outlander book. I find this series equally entertaining, this book being my favorite yet. I hope Diana has plans for more.
Can't say much beyond the history of the Scots was interesting and disturbing.
The characters in this book were not developed well. There was little depth of either character or storyline.
Possibly, as a good gay love story.