Everything is in such detail and it makes you feel like you are literally there. Mas la introducción de nuevos personajes como los cuáqueros hermanos Hunter, el brigadier Fraser. The reader is left uncertain of the fates of various characters, thus ensuring that there will be an eighth volume published in the series. I finally finished reading all 813 pages. It makes me sick and I want to drop kick Lord John Grey!!! Les digo esto porque soy estudiante de medicina y cuando estudie la historia de la cirugía gran parte de los procedimientos eran descritos de igual forma. For himself, though, William is dull as dirt.
I have gone through her books looking forward to the next epic saga in the adventures of Jamie and Claire. This series is so exhausting. Reading has played a huge role in many stages of my life and I'm grateful for the stories I have learned from, the books that have helped me grow, and the characters I have come to love like dear friends. I went back to Drums of Autumn. I read the entire series a couple times a year. Echo is what it is though and I'm very glad I read it a second time. We get Claire, Jamie, Brianna, Roger, Ian, John, William, and so much more! I love the time travel, the lovley details, the relationships, the fun, the historical stuff, i cant think of what I didnt like till this book.
She is clearly still angry and resentful with him. Then is really quite good — as good as the first four and maybe even the best of the series except for Voyager. We get Jamie and Claire, but we also get Ian who I like to read about , Roger and Brianna who I found annoying earlier in t So I love Diana Gabaldon. And it seems highly improbable Bree and Roger wouldn't read the letters all at once. Twenty years later, after Frank Randall has died, Claire discovers through Roger's research that Jamie probably didn't die at Culloden, and she returns through the standing stones to 1766 to search for him.
I'll definitely read them because I absolutely love this series. For now, I'm keeping an open mind to see how her character develops and if she is fleshed out more in the next book. Diana could of done a much better job on that. I feel like I have been living their lives right along with them, experiencing the pains and joys of their lives as if they were my own. I started reading this series when the first book was published.
Soon after they move in, they discover a box of letters addressed to them from Jamie and Claire, and they read through these letters slowly, one at a time as if anyone would ever do that — any real person in this situation would read all of the letters at once, right? There are too many points of view and too much skipping from place to place. So, how does she resolve that unless she decides to bring Bri and company back permanently which will only put them in danger again. Either way the book makes you think they wont get from point A to point B but in the end they do. It makes me shudder to admit I have now read 7 of the 8 novels in the Outlander series. Another visual I could have lived without was the part where Jamie and Claire are making love and their nephew is unbeknownst to them awake, watching them, and touching himself. One thing I am sad about is the relationship between Brianna and Roger and how that has changed.
He actually has to travel halfway across the world, kill a few dozen villains, and blow up a few buildings. Gabaldon has also written several books in a sub-series featuring Lord John Grey a major minor character from the main series : Lord John and the Private Matter, Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade, Lord John and the Hand of Devils, and Lord John and the Scottish Prisoner. I sobbed when Ian died and felt deeply for jenny. And I could not stand this one. Ian has become my 2nd fav character in the ginormous clan. No había estado jamás en un campo de batalla donde los muertos y los heridos se hallaban aún tirados por el suelo antes de que intervinieran los médicos y se enterrara a los fallecidos. She's done this before in.
Jamie, Claire, and Ian reach Scotland, where Ian the elder, husband to Jamie's sister Jenny, and Jamie's best childhood friend, is dying of when they arrive. Bree had made it herself—more than two hundred years before. There was a lot going on in An Echo in the Bone and it definitely had a lot more action to hold my attention than the previous books. Aunque reconozco que las 100 últimas páginas me han resultado sumamente confusas, como si Diana quisiera terminar el libro porque vencía la entrega, pasan ciertas cosas que te hacen ver que ésta mujer tiene una mente muy enferma, y ciertas actitudes que no van con los personajes que conoces. This blog post contains some spoilers. En Ecos del pasado tenemos puntos de vista de Claire, Jamie, Roger, Brianna, Lord John Grey, William, Ian… hasta Rachell Hunter. Older sister of James Fraser and mother of Jamie, Maggie, Katherine, Michael, Janet, and Ian.
Where there's Jamie, war seems to follow!! As usual, Diana Gabaldon has presented a fantastic book to her fans. Es que wow este libro. After spending most of the book devoting pages and pages to battles, Lord John, Ian , Willie and a whole load of other guff the writer seems to remember her two main characters and throws in a plot where Claire thinks Jamie dead and is forced to marry Lord John for protection only for Jamie to return a month later. Bug shoots Jamie when he tells her to stop, and Ian shoots her. However, they are definitely an adventure not to be missed. I liked this book, no question about it.
Roger perdido…Luego William… y cuando Jamie lo ve por primera vez desde lejitos. The doctor doesn't come off as a pedophile. No matter how much tension she generates, four years will make it die down. Mother of Faith stillborn, 18th century and Brianna, adopted mother of Fergus, and mother-in-law to Marsali. The best part of this book is when they briefly go back to Scotland and revisit old haunts and characters. Perhaps to provide a segue to a new series? So I am glad I got to see chapters of them especially ian. I actually came across your blog while I was Googling reviews of the book—-trying to find somebody, anybody who found it as tedious and boring as I am.