If you have already read the book, LISTEN to it again! it's a wonderful way to hear things you may have forgotten! LOVE IT!
Many people may Not be bothered by the use of the racial slurs... it ruined the experience for me. Like cold water in the face.
Not used the word "nigger". I get it, the times and all. It's use made me forget the rest of the story... Scotland had a similar "slaving" of it's culture and lands and titles and rights. Even if a character is a "bad guy" or someone devoid of compassion the author is still responsible to her readers. And this author may feel that the characters speak for themselves and in that case I'd say these characters are in need of some adult supervision.
Not scenes, language. DG is very good and clearly uses a Lot of language; I think she could have found a less hurtful way to demonstrate the era and the reprehensible morals of some of the cast.
I saw the Starz last year and this. I had to get the books because I can't stand waiting a week for the next episode. Now, I'll see how closely they fallow the book.
Some hours it's tears. Others, it is the best love story. I love Scottish speech patterns. 😂😄
I've listened to the first two books in the Outlander series. The first one was really good. It had a good mix of romance and action. The second (Dragonfly in Amber) was ok. it was interesting but could get boring at times. This one Voyager was back to being just as exciting if not even more so than the first. So far, I've enjoyed Voyager the most. It has a riveting plot and Gabaldon does an amazing job of describing a scene, that you feel like you're experiencing the moment.
Definetely. It's so well performed and keeps you guessing.
You never know exactly what is going to happen next. Gabaldon manages to keep everything fresh, new, and unexpected. So many twists I was not expecting.
Davina is fabulous. Every character unique and genuine. You can barely tell it's the same person voicing each one!
Hard to say. Claire most likely. She would have so much to tell!