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Mary
Having read this far into the series, I'm obviously a Diana Gabaldon fan. I could barely put the first four books down, and I stayed up late every single night reading reading reading, obsessively reading. I've been resisting all 979 pages of The Fiery Cross for several months now because I didn't think I could handle another bout of binge-reading, but it turns out to be a much slower-paced read. The plot meanders through the backcountry with detail-affected emphasis, of course, on Claire and Ja ...more
Hannah
Jul 16, 2011 Hannah added it
Last summer I read books 1-4 in the Outlander series. Though I started TFC I couldn't get into it. This year, I finally read the whole book and it took more than a month. How I managed to read the first four books in about six weeks last summer, I'll never know. I have to say that it was easier to read books 1-4 on the Kindle rather than the library ebooks than I'm reading now. Though I was also able to read the epubs from the library on the PC, ipod touch, and e-ink reader, I couldn't sync acro ...more
Krista Mercer
As much as I love Gabaldon, this one particular revealed her technique - where she drafts scenes and then strings them together. But the writing, as always, is gorgeous, and I can easily get lost in this world.
Katy
Of all the books in the Outlanders series this one seemed to take the longest to read. I didn't get into the historical elements as much as in the other books for some reason.
Curlita
Jun 25, 2014 Curlita added it
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Ang
Sep 24, 2013 Ang marked it as to-read
Shelves: want-to-read
Theresa
Oct 05, 2012 Theresa marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Ankita Sharma
Aug 09, 2014 Ankita Sharma marked it as to-read
Bryan Spellman
Sep 01, 2014 Bryan Spellman marked it as to-read
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