More about Roger and Brianna and Jemmy in this book, also lots about Ian, the American Indians and a lot about Jamie's Aunt Jocasta's Wedding. The hunt for Steven Bonnett, a deadly snake bite, Claire taking down a Buffalo and Roger in danger of losing his singing voice. But Jamie and Claire still keeping their love alive and family together throughout all kinds of danger and intrigue.
Love this book, love the series, amazing narrator. I listen while I walk and it makes me want to keep walking so I can keep listening.
I love the Outlander book series, deeply and truly. Given the chance to stay home listening to and/or reading this series or going out to dinner with a handsome man, just short of having the chance to date the living incarnation of James Alexander Malcolm Mackenzie Fraser, the series would win every time. All of that being said, The Fiery Cross just didn't click for me. It felt less like a book with a cohesive plot and more like a jumble of interesting little vignettes with rather boring fluff scenes tying them all together. It was still good, just not as good as the four earlier installments. I found myself zoning out and having to replay chapters quite frequently due to boredom.
I prefer the format where it is one file for download, because if you lose your place or your read some parts and listen to others it makes it difficult to find your place in the book.
This book seemed to drag alot with daily living details and no real meat to advance the story line. I feel like I could have skipped this book without missing too much of the plot points.
The story is rich with interesting ins and outs of the family those who interact with them, culture of the time and history. It's one of my favorites of this series.