Diana Gabaldon's powerful, witty, and heroic characters lend themselves well to the rich, melodic narration accorded them by Davina Porter. Under her spell, listeners find themselves transported back through time to exciting, faraway places alive with people they would enjoy knowing.
©1993 Diana Gabaldon; (P)1998 Recorded Books
"Triumphant....Her use of historical detail and truly adult love story confirm Gabaldon as a superior writer." (Publishers Weekly)
The storyline was justfine, although at times predictable. What really bugged me was that bits of some chapters were skipping as if missing, so one has to guess. For instance, Claire jumped off the ship, was rescued ashore, talking to people and getting to know her surroundings at reverend's and all of a sudden, she wakes up and there's Jamie and Fergus' wedding to Masala.
I'm loving this series so much, and Davina Porter's narration brings it to life in an amazing way, with unique voices for a huge cast of characters.
I loved this one so much that as soon as I finished it, I went back and listened to parts of it again. And again after that.
I will definitely re-listen to the whole book, and considering the length, that's quite an endorsement. I wonder why I ever waited to dive into this series. I don't ever want it to end.
I rate Voyager in my top 5 listening experience.
Jamie of course and Claire hot on his heels.
OMG I love her she is brilliant, I have listened to her narration before and I have never been dissappointed, she brings life to any story. Keep up the good work.
Yes, in the church when the Scot asked his friend to kill him.
These books are addictive, but thank God that Davina Porter is the narrator, I really don't feel anyone else could have kept my interest for so many hours.
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