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Boganmeldelse: Diana Gabaldon - Den rejsende (eng. Voyager)

Titel: Den rejsende. Forfatter: Diana Gabaldon. Sider: 1010 sider. Forlag: Gyldendal. Udgivelsesår: 2017. Anmeldereksemplar: Gyldendal ★★★★★

“Jeg lagde øjeblikkeligt arket ned på bordet, lukkede øjenene et øjeblik for at rense dem og åbnede dem så igen. 1,608 more words


Reading for Pleasure: Paulette Jiles's "News of the World" & Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander"

Sometimes, when the gloomy news is too much for us, we take a break from our lives and escape into historical fiction.

Two enjoyable historical novels recently filled the bill for me:  Paulette Jiles’s… 959 more words


This weekend has been totally insane. It’s Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada and it was filled with awesome food and fun times with family and, you guessed it, basically no writing whatsoever. 61 more words


Outlander 3.5: "Freedom and (Lots of) Whiskey"

Spoiler, spoiler, spoiler.

Welcome back, folks. Today we tackle “Freedom and Whiskey,” episode five of season three of Outlander. We’ll be discussing the series and the book here, so don’t say I didn’t warn ya. 967 more words

Outlander Season 3, episode 5 Review: Freedom and Whiskey

Outlander might be a bit cliché, but that doesn’t mean that it is any less entertaining. If you’re going to write a book about star-crossed lovers who fall in love despite them not being from the same time period, best make it a good one.  516 more words


Outlander 304's (Sunday) Seven Thoughts

Season 3 of Outlander just keeps getting better and better.  Episode 301 was great; episode 302, better; episode 303, even better, possibly the best; episode 304, possibly the best, with a couple of exceptions. 945 more words

Sunday Seven

Outlander Superlatives: Episode 304 - Of Lost Things

I’m about to make a bold statement, my fellow Outlander fanatics. Episode 304, “Of Lost Things,” is my favorite episode to date. I love it even more than the wedding, more than Jamie swooping into Black Jack’s window to save Claire, more than the Battle of Prestonpans when I cried my face off, more than Jamie sending Claire back through the stones, when I also cried my face off. 746 more words