Excellent Narrator & Wonderful Story!
She is the female verison of Jim Dale! Excellent job, she clearly defines all of the characters.
Jack Randall = Nightmares
This book would have been better if it were more logical and realistic, if the relationships were deeper, and if it wasn't filled with shallow sexual encounters between the two main characters.
It was certainly of the Romance Novel Genre and not Historical Fiction.
Davina Porter was the best thing about the book.
Get it out of the Historical Fiction Genre and move it to Romance Novel
interesting, detailed and funny
the characters accents, makes you believe you are really in their world
the moments when Clare and Jammie were married
Love this book , looking forward to the others in this series
The Scottish History and the steamy sex
I like her scottish accent it makes it real
I really loved what a strong and intellegent woman and doctor the hero is.
maybe not for a while but immediately downloaded the sequel and can't wait to start the book and see what Claire and James are up to!
When Claire ....well would not want to ruin it!!!!!
It was the narration! Wonderful!
Wonder....in a good way
Based on reviews by the male gender I was expecting this book to have some romance. I was not expecting my husband to accuse me of listening to a "bodice grabber". The story is interesting, but the excessive touchy, feelly, kissy, kissy stuff slows down the pace. Most guys would hate this book. Too much smooching and too few adventures and battles even for me, a member of the female gender.
Will I carry on with the series? Hmmmm...probably. I am curious about what happens next. I hope the next book is less "romantic".
I am a huge DG fan, and this is my first time trying audio books.
Davina Porter is a wonderful narrator :-)
I owe my purchase of Outlander on Audible to the "buy the first novel in a series" deal during February. I had seen Outlander on bookstore shelves and noticed stars a plenty in its vicinity and it was nice and long--a bonus for my commute. I should have paid more attention to the capsule review and listened to my own tastes more closely. Outlander might want to be thinly veiled, slightly highbrow bodice ripper; or it might want to be a historical novel; or it might want to be a bit of a thriller--but it doesn't pull any of these off perfectly.
I don't hate it. It merely frustrates me. If Jamie is the developing love interest (as the blurb assures me), then why does our protagonist move from moments of assumed intimacy and friendship with him in chapter three to "the beginnings of a friendship" in chapter 5? Multiple instances of inconsistent pacing and character development make me bark at the iPhone during my commute. Make up yer mind! I want to yell. I'm not done with it yet and will finish it, but I don't see myself queuing the rest of the series.
Everything. The characters were compelling and intense, the historical context felt right (even though I'm no expert), the relationships were so well developed, and the descriptions brought the whole thing to life.
while a predictable adventure in some ways -- how could have been thought a spy and then a witch? -- how could he not have compelled her to love him? -- it still captured my interest. I think because the author KNOWS these people, loves them, and puts them right in front of the reader to love them, too.
Colorful story and setting. Larger than life characters. Performance was quite adequate. However, the love-making scenes were repeated over and over and over. Alright, already! I get it! They had unbelievably (truly unbelievable!) fantastic sex every chance they could get. So, get on with the story! After about halfway though the book, I just wanted to be finished.