Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Voyager by Diana Gabaldon
OK, not really. I could leave it at that, but what fun is that? I have to browbeat all of you into buying and reading it yourselves. And staying up too late. And being draggy at work the next day.
I loved this installment, the third in Gabaldon's Outlander series. While I loved Dragonfly in Amber, too, this one probably came closer to my adoration for the very first novel.
Voyager takes my favorite couple to the Caribbean, mon! There's lots of time on a ship, some time spent running crazily around the islands amidst the slave trade and other madness. An outbreak of an unsavory illness. You get the picture. I was also happy to see one of my fave peripheral characters make a raging comeback in this installment. You just never know who's going to pop up.
It's seriously taking all I have not to throw myself into Drums of Autumn, as mentioned in my previous post. While I would love to, absence makes the heart grow fonder and all that. I'll wait a week or two before I start the next book.
Which book(s) are you in love with right now?
P.S. I read all 1,027 Nook pages in six days. Would've been five, but I had to work late!