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10 thoughts on “The Fiery Cross (Outlander, #5)

  1. says:

    I don t think any author is in love with her characters and her own writing as much as Diana Gabaldon To the point that she is convinced that absolutely everything she writes about them has to be in her books Who cares about the plot and moving things along and putting in her novels only events that would advance the plot Not Diana I ve loved the Outlander books for a while, in spite of their fragmented nature and sometimes convoluted story lines, but this time even the most dedicated fan wo I don t think any author is in love with her characters and her own writing as much as Diana Gabaldon To the point that she is convinced that absolutely everything she writes about them has to be in her books Who cares about the plot and moving things along and putting in her novels only events that would advance the plot Not Diana I ve loved the Outlander books for a while, in spite of their fragmented nature and sometimes convoluted story lines, but this time even the most dedicated fan would notice that There is hardly any plot in it I am still trying to figure out what the purpose of this book was, my only guess is to lead to the confrontation with Stephen Bonnet But then, hundreds and hundreds of pages in The Fiery Cross are dedicated to the events that have nothing to do with the main story line of it At least 2 3th of the novel could have been cut out because the only thing that happens there is th...


  2. says:

    So far, the weakest book in the series This book dragged on and on and on It took me about four times as long to finish this one as it did the other four There was just a lot of unnecessary drama The interesting parts were few and far between, but were just enough to keep me reading And I will admit, by the end I was finally engaged enough to want to read the next one, so it didn t turn me off completely There were just a lot of things that didn t need to be in the book This is the firs So far, the weakest book in the series This book dragged on and on and on It took me about four times as long to finish this one as it did the other four There was just a lot of unnecessary drama The interesting parts were few and far between, but were just enough to keep me reading And I will admit, by the end I was finally engaged enough to want to read the next one, so it didn t turn me off completely There were just a lot of things that didn t need to be in the book This is the first t...


  3. says:

    And the story continues Listening to these audio books back to back, they are starting to run together I think I mentioned this before, but it s like one big, ongoing Outlander movie or something I don t know if what I listened to was something from the other book or vise versa Here s what I know Everyone is living together at Fraser s Ridge Jamie gets called into the army by the Governor and Roger is with him There is some fighting but I think there isto come And sweet baby Jesus And the story continues Listening to these audio books back to back, they are starting to run together I think I mentioned this before, but it s like one big, ongoing Outlander mov...


  4. says:

    When I finished this, my knee jerk reaction was to give it a 4 star However, after some consideration, I have to be honest with myself and say it was really just a 3 star read The Fiery Cross is the 5th book in the Outlander series, a fantasy romance historical time travel everything but the kitchen sink series which...


  5. says:

    I DID IT I FINISHED THIS HULKING BEAST OF A BOOK The Fiery Cross is the fifth book in Arizona woot author Diana Gabaldon s time traveling historical fiction saga I have enjoyed all the books up until this one, some with reservations, but still enjoyed They all felt like they had strong backbones, and even though they were long, most of the stuff stuffed up in there had a point Not so with this fucker.Since the book is soooooo looooooong, I m going to respond by beingconcise than I wo I DID IT I FINISHED THIS HULKING BEAST OF A BOOK The Fiery Cross is the fifth book in Arizona woot author Diana Gabaldon s time traveling historical fiction saga I have enjoyed all the books up until this one, some with reservations, but still enjoyed They all felt like they had strong backbones, and even though they were long, most of the stuff stuffed up in there had a point Not so with this fucker.Since the book is soooooo looooooong, I m going to respond by beingconcise than I would usually, just to get my point across here HOW TO WRITE A TURGID HOT MESS OF A BOOK, IN FIVE EASY STEPS 1 Don t have an outline or any other sort of plan going in Narrative arcs are...


  6. says:

    And so book 5 comes to an end I started reading this series on June 16th and they have consumed me for all of my summer holidays I swore I would take a break after each one but could not They are long, they are detailed, all the names get a little confusing sometimes I suppose I, myself, could be accused of jumping on the bandwagon, what with the TV series airing last night in the USA Maybe so, but as I have had the books on my kindle and some of them in paperback for some time now certain And so book 5 comes to an end I started reading this series on June 16th and they have consumed me for all of my summer holidays I swore I would take a break after each one but could not They are long, they are detailed, all the names get a little confusing sometimes I suppose I, myself, could be accused of jumping on the bandwagon, what with the TV series airing last night in the USA Maybe so, but as I have had the books on my kindle and some of them in paperback for some time now certainly before t...


  7. says:

    Like a Glucose Tolerance Test, Only Recommended for Absolute Die Hard FansA glucose tolerance test is a test given to a pregnant woman in order to determine whether or not she has gestational diabetes The test is administered by forcing the poor pregnant woman to drink a, beyond human portion, of a glucose drink, something that tastes like a sugared soft drink Then glucose levels of the blood are measured at different intervals after the glucose has been metabolized by the body It s not the s Like a Glucose Tolerance Test, Only Recommended for Absolute Die Hard FansA glucose tolerance test is a test given to a pregnant woman in order to determine whether or not she has gestational diabetes The test is administered by forcing the poor pregnant woman to drink a, beyond human portion, of a glucose drink, something that tastes like a sugared soft drink Then glucose levels of the blood are measured at different intervals after the glucose has been metabolized by the body It s not the substance as much as th...


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Went something like this 50 chapters of camping and sexual frustration where nothing really happens.Nothing happens, repeatedly.50 chapters of a wedding with a LOT of sexual frustration followed by a murder most foul, an autopsy, and sex in the stables FINALLY More nothing happens.50 chapters of a large scale battle.Confrontation where guy gets his balls shot off Maybe.Ending with us waiting for the revolution to happen.Throw in a couple of major characters almost dying okay, she really got Went something like this 50 chapters of camping and sexual frustration where nothing really happens.Nothing happens, repeatedly.50 chapters of a wedding with a LOT of sexual frustration foll...


  9. says:

    This is a hard book to review Besides the fact that it s over 1400 pages and took me over a month to read it s Diana Gabaldon She writes fascinating accounts of history, trivia, mythology, a great love story, science fiction and people with great detail.In some places I wanted to hurry through the details and get to the heart of the story, and other places I savored every word That s the beauty of her writing, you have to read every word, absorb every detail because it will come back mayb This is a hard book to review Besides the fact that it s over 1400 pages and took me over a month to read it s Diana Gabaldon She writes fascinating accounts of history, trivia, mythology, a great love story, science fiction a...


  10. says:

    In the end, I wound up liking this book, but it was a long so, so long and bumpy road to get there Somehow, this book is written by the same author who managed to pack an epic fantasy adventure into 800 pages with the original Outlander Yet 1500 pages were needed here to to do what I don t even know T...


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The Fiery Cross (Outlander, #5) The Year Is 1771, And War Is Coming Jamie Fraser S Wife Tells Him So Little As He Wishes To, He Must Believe It, For Hers Is A Gift Of Dreadful Prophecy A Time Traveler S Certain Knowledge Claire S Unique View Of The Future Has Brought Him Both Danger And Deliverance In The Past Her Knowledge Of The Oncoming Revolution Is A Flickering Torch That May Light His Way Through The Perilous Years Ahead Or Ignite A Conflagration That Will Leave Their Lives In Ashes.

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 1443 pages
  • The Fiery Cross (Outlander, #5)
  • Diana Gabaldon
  • English
  • 09 November 2017
  • 0440221668

About the Author: Diana Gabaldon

Diana Jean Gabaldon Watkins grew up in Flagstaff, Arizona and is of Mexican American and English descent She has earned three degrees a B.S in Zoology, a M.S in Marine Biology, and a Ph.D in Ecology.She currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.