[ KINDLE ] ❁ Drums of Autumn (Outlander, #4) Author Diana Gabaldon – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Drums of Autumn (Outlander, #4) In This Breathtaking Novel Rich In History And Adventure The New York Times Bestselling Author Diana Gabaldon Continues The Story Of Claire Randall And Jamie Fraser That Began With The Now Classic Novel Outlander And Continued In Dragonfly In Amber And Voyager Once Again Spanning Continents And Centuries, Diana Gabaldon Has Created A Work Of Sheer Passion And Brilliance It Began At An Ancient Scottish Stone Circle There, A Doorway, Open To A Select Few, Leads Into The Past Or The Grave Dr Claire Randall Survived The Extraordinary Passage, Not Once But Twice.Her First Trip Swept Her Into The Arms Of Jamie Fraser, An Eighteenth Century Scot Whose Love For Her Became A Legend A Tale Of Tragic Passion That Ended With Her Return To The Present To Bear His Child Her Second Journey, Two Decades Later, Brought Them Together Again In The American Colonies But Claire Had Left Someone Behind In The Twentieth Century Their Daughter, Brianna.Now Brianna Has Made A Disturbing Discovery That Sends Her To The Circle Of Stones And A Terrifying Leap Into The Unknown In Search Of Her Mother And The Father She Has Never Met, She Is Risking Her Own Future To Try To Change History And To Save Their Lives But As Brianna Plunges Into An Uncharted Wilderness, A Heartbreaking Encounter May Strand Her Forever In The Past Or Root Her In The Place She Should Be, Where Her Heart And Soul Belong.


10 thoughts on “Drums of Autumn (Outlander, #4)

  1. says:

    SPOILERS Sadly, I think I ve reached the end of my patience with this series It started out wonderfully, and I will always consider the first, Outlander, to be one of my favorite books of all time Unfortunately, Gabaldon just couldn t seem to keep her mojo working At least, not for me I endured the second book, with all its tedious details and snore inducing battle descriptions and melodrama I even accepted the thirdeven after being completely incensed and on the verge of tears when I SPOILERS Sadly, I think I ve reached the end of my patience with this series It started out wonderfully, and I will always consider the first, Outlander, to be one of my favorite books of all time Unfortunately, Gabaldon just couldn t seem to keep her mojo working At least, not for me I endured the second book, with all its tedious details and snore inducing battle d...


  2. says:

    As far as Outlander novels go, Drums of Autumn is the most bodice ripperish out of the 4 I ve read so far Mainly, because the entire book is plotted around a MISUNDERSTANDING that could have been resolved with one adult conversation Oh, how I hate those in romance novels Here is how it goes In this installment Claire and Jamie are in America establishing a Scottish colony in North Carolina, of course not without a fair share of difficulties and misfortunes Two hundred years in...


  3. says:

    And we haveJamie and Claire and the others I m always going to put up the spoiler alert because there is always so much for me to say I was also talking with a friend about how the books are starting to run together My reviews may end up being from books before, all combined Who ever knows So far I have loved every one of these books, they are on my favorites list and...


  4. says:

    One conversation could have easily solved this plot s problem ONE.


  5. says:

    The universe had shifted, with a small, decisive click he could still hear its echo in his bones This was already the fourth book of the Outlander series and since I didn t write reviews about the other books I just decided to type one of my What I liked and What I didn t like reviews First of all I have to say that the pacing of this book was very slow Truth be ...


  6. says:

    Zuerst einmal bitte ich um einen Moment der Ruhe, der diesem monumentalen Gef hl geb hrt, wieder einen so dicken Schinken beendet zu haben Und wie auch schon die drei vorherigen B nde konnte mich dieser restlos begeistern, ich bewundere Diana Gabaldon echt f r Ihre Phantasie und ihren bildhaften Schreibstil Ich finde es einfach klasse, wie sich am Ende alles f gt, auch Details, die aus dem ersten 3 B chern stammen werden hier teilweise in der Handlung wieder aufgegriffen Ich finde es auch wah Zuerst einmal bitte ich um einen Moment der Ruhe, der diesem monumentalen Gef hl geb hrt, wieder einen so dicken Schinken beendet zu haben Und wie auch schon die drei vorherigen B nde konnte mich di...


  7. says:

    Gabaldon s sex ridden, hugely researched, academically adventurous, time travel sci fi meets historical romance novels qualify as trash novels for lit nerds they re absolutely a guilty pleasure From clan warfare to herbal medicine to genealogy to British history to WWII, the books are packed with information what little Gaelic I know started with these book Bonus the heroine gets to have many, many rolls in the hay with a handsome hard bodied Highlander Can t really go wrong.The books w Gabaldon s sex ridden, hugely researched, academically adventurous, time travel sci fi meets historical romance novels qualify as trash novels for lit nerds they re absolutely a guilty pleasure From clan warfare to herbal medicine to genealogy to British history to WWII, the books are packed with information what little Gaelic I know started with these book Bonus the heroine gets to have many, many rolls in the hay with a handsome hard bodied Highlander Can t really go wrong.The books were recommended to me while I was living in England, and a lucky thing, too, because had I taken one look at the Fabio in a kilt of passion American paperback cover I would have refused to read it note the British version was called Cross Stitch and the cover had a less than sexy field of heather on it For a while I was caught up on the series, but I lost ...


  8. says:

    Another epic read This will be a quick review as I dinna have the time to do a full one.It took me two weeks to read this one Granted it coincided with the start of holidays so that usually means less reading time for me I LOVED it, I LOVE Jamie, I LOVE Jamie and Claire.Roger and Brianna, yes, you got it, I loved them too.You need patience to read these books They are verra long indeed So much goes on in them Won t say much as you are better off experiencing all things Outlander fresh and Another epic read This will be a quick review as I dinna have the time to do a full one.It took me two weeks to read this one Granted it coincided with the start of holidays so that usually means less reading time for me I LOVED it, I LOVE Jamie, I LOVE Jamie and Claire.Roger and Brianna, yes, you got it, I loved them too.You n...


  9. says:

    I never thought I d be the kind of person who would get swept up in a series of thousand page epic fantasy adventure book, but here I am having finished book 4, mad that I have to wait a couple of days until the next installment arrives in the mail I spoiled myself a little for Drums of Autumn, not so m...


  10. says:

    I too, am one of those folks that was totally in love with Outlander and, despite some rather graphic violence, thought it was a good enough book that I have continued to read the series up to this one Unforunately, like most series, this one does not get better By this book DG is reusing plots that we ve already seen and the characters are becomi...