Available for the first time as an audiobook in this original Outlander novella, Diana Gabaldon reveals what really happened to Roger MacKenzie Wakefield’s parents. Orphaned during World War II, Roger believed that his mother died during the London Blitz, and that his father, an RAF pilot, was killed in combat. But in An Echo in the Bone, Roger discovers that this may not be the whole story. Now, in "A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows," readers finally learn the truth.
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Did not care for narrator, maybe if Davina Porter had done it, it would have meant something. Boring and just seemed like it had nothing to do with Outlander series. Wasted money, I prefer thinking it happened the way Outlander explained it. Thought it might bridge the gap while waiting for next book to come out, I was wrong.
I loved learning a bit more about Roger's parents and how their lives crossed with the Randalls before Claire's jump.
This and all of Diana's stories bring me to another world, another place and some relaxation time (with lots of tears, joy and relief). I enjoy all Diana has written and find myself drawn into the world's that she creates with such ease. It is like stepping into Alice's looking glass and being emerced as I sit in my own living room. Time travel without having to go from the safety of my home and feeling the excitement without having to live the dangers. Thank you for this respite. Also there is a lot of wisdom to be gained if one looks deeper.
Another hit from D.Gabaldon. Although short, the storytelling style is great. If you like the Outlander series, you'll like this.
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