I would definitely recommend this book - there was a lot going on. 3 separate romances, trying to figure out a new "world". I am not usually a fan of sci-fi but I really enjoyed this book and was disappointed when it ended - because it totally left us hanging and somewhat confused.
I loved the vulnerability of the characters
Can't really say without giving away too much
Are you Greater than.........
Hated the ending - it just left you hanging. I realize there will probably be a sequel but I like the first book to actually have an ending. This had a to be continued.
Learning about wolf culture was very, very interesting - however I felt like this story has been done before. The right to die - quality of life.....
As always, I love the complexity of the characters Jodi writes.
I love that Jodi writes in different voices - and the audio version uses different narrators to speak those parts. It makes it very enjoyable to listen to.
No extreme reactions, I felt this story has been done many times. I didn't laugh or cry.
Jodi Piccoult remains one of my favorite authors but I felt like this book was recycled and the wolf story line just added to a right to die plot.
This series, for if you read this first book, you will read the entire series, is the bar I set all other characters against. I feel I know Claire and Jamie. I miss them when the book ends. Diana makes me feel so many emotions when I read her books the scenes are so very real. This is not a "standard" happy ending romance - it is so much more. The characters have happiness but also tremendous sadness and trials.
I must admit the first maybe 2 chapters I was not committed but once I got past that - wow! It is truly a gift Diana Gabaldon has to transform words into emotions and memories. I have listened to each of her books 2x and still havenot listened to an Echo in the Bone - the last book - which I purchased the day it was released. WHY??? because I don't want to lose Claire and Jamie.
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