This is a long book -- but it holds your interest the whole time. It is filled with romance, adventure, and a little lust here and there
It is fun to consider the differences in the two time periods. The many characters were all so well developed and unique
I generally prefer to listen to women's voices
This book is too long for one sitting -- but great for listening to while doing long boring chores
have listened to multiple times -- more fun each time.
Love Diana Gabaldon books and the audio for these books are fabulous. Can't tell you how great they are. Listen to them yourself to find out. It's like a Braveheart story from a woman's perspective. Don't shy away gentleman, my husband likes this series too.
Can't pick just one.
The accents and enunciation of some of the Gaelic words. She does a great job.
Yes but they are too long. Great for road trips (with no kids) not for children's ears. Maybe sleeping children.
Listen or read this book and all the others - you won't regret it.
If your in the mood for a time travel forgettable romance this is the book for you.
She did a nice job
I really liked the historical bits of the novel. And while I like a strong female character and a good heroine novel, I didn't think that repeated hearing of details about her satisfied sex life did anything for the plot.
I would, and have! I have listened to this book at least 10 times and enjoy it each time I hear it.
Jamie, the gorgeous warrior. Honest, strong, sexy and loyal, what's not to love?
Yes I have and to me she is the gold standard. You ALWAYS know which character is speaking in a book when she is performing.
The wedding and wedding night.
I could not love this book and performance more. It's great!
It draws you in..Makes you want to be a part of the family, the mayhem, But their love is what you wish you were apart of..I want to be Claire..lol
Just love how Jaime always finds a way in at the last moment to save CLaire..
Honor, loyalty..learn it
for everyone..friends family and strangers..
Thank you for allowing me to read this book. I loved it
Yes, overall I enjoyed Davina Porter's narration of the story. She did a wonderful job capturing each character and letting you know who was speaking by the change in her voice.
I enjoyed the story enough that I have started the second book. There were times where I think it could have been shorter but at the same time I loved that I didn't have to leave Claire & Jamie any sooner than I did.
Most of the time I listen in my car where there is additional background road noises. Then occassionally I listen while using headphones while walking or mowing the grass. I notice during this narration there was A LOT going on in the background when I had my headphones on. You could hear chairs moving and there was a point in the first half of the book that someone kept having coughing fits to the point where I wanted to hear the narrator offer them a glass of water.
It has history, time travel & romance. Every time I listen to the book it draws me in, holds my attention. I love the story, the caracters and Davina Porter is a perfect narrator for The Outlander Series. I recommend this audible to anyone who will listen to me.
One of the most memorable moments-- Clare and Jamie's wedding.
"A Sassenach wench, by her speech. Eh, a Bonny one, Sassenach or no.
I suffer separation-anxiety when I get close to the end of the book.
Have to I bought four
Yes, but making sure I told them about all the sex.
All the accents.
could be a great book without all the mush.