[Reading] ➼ The Outlandish Companion By Diana Gabaldon – Lucywhitedrycleaners.co.uk

The Outlandish Companion 1 New York Times Bestselling Author Diana Gabaldon Has Captivated Millions Of Readers With Her Critically Acclaimed Outlander Novels, The Inspiration For The Starz Original Series From The Moment Claire Randall Stepped Through A Standing Stone Circle And Was Thrown Back In Time To The Year 1743 And Into A World That Threatens Life, Limb, Loyalty, Heart, Soul, And Everything Else Claire Has Readers Have Been Hungry To Know Everything About This World And Its Inhabitants, Particularly A Scottish Soldier Named Jamie Fraser In This Beautifully Illustrated Compendium Of All Things Outlandish, Gabaldon Covers The First Four Novels Of The Main Series, Including Full Synopses Of Outlander, Dragonfly In Amber, Voyager, And Drums Of Autumn A Complete Listing Of The Characters Fictional And Historical In The First Four Novels In The Series, As Well As Family Trees And Genealogical Notes A Comprehensive Glossary And Pronunciation Guide To Gaelic Terms And Usage The Fully Explicated Gabaldon Theory Of Time Travel Frequently Asked Questions To The Author And Her Sometimes Surprising Answers An Annotated Bibliography Essays About Medicine And Magic In The Eighteenth Century, Researching Historical Fiction, Creating Characters, And Professionally Cast Horoscopes For Jamie And Claire For Anyone Who Wants To Spend Time With The Outlander Characters And The World They Inhabit, Diana Gabaldon Here Opens A Door Through The Standing Stones And Offers A Guided Tour Of What Lies Within.

10 thoughts on “The Outlandish Companion

  1. says:

    The Outlandish Companion is definitely for the lover of all things Outlander A reader who has never laid eyes on Diana Gabaldon s series will no doubt find interest in the sections that delve into her writing technique and research, past career in academia, and the sprinkling of folk lore But, I fear, the rest of the 600 p

  2. says:

    I was rather disappointed in this companion book After reading J.R Ward s Blackdagger Brotherhood Insiders Guide, I kinda expected this companion to be similar with inside insight into the characters and little tidbits of information not presented in the books It read like a dictionary There are synopses of each book through book 4 Drums of Autum

  3. says:

    So excited that my secret Santa gave me an .co.uk gift voucher and I could purchase this Merci beaucoup, mon amie Je t aime xxxx

  4. says:

    I m currently with my mom who is in the process of passing away from a terminal illness She is an Outlander fan and I ve spent many hours over the last few days reading to her from this book It has been enjoyable for both of us to spend our time in this way There were parts of the book we really liked and parts that weren t really something we wanted to know about, b

  5. says:

    Besides coming in handy to readers who ve paused mid series for a lengthy period of time and want to remember the events of the previous books, before picking up where they left off, The Outlandish Companion is a captivating insight into the writer s creative process How the first book came about, plus the research that went into further developing the story of Claire R

  6. says:

    I love love LOVE the Outlander series, so of course had to have this book I thought it had many interesting bits, but also a bunch that I didn t care to read and that s ok That s what I expected I liked FINALLY knowing how to pronounce those Gailic words but WHY oh WHY didn t she have the Foreign Language Glossary in alphabetical order What a PITA to look up anything.I did like reading

  7. says:

    This was an enjoyable extra to the Outlander series, though I did skip some sections, such as the list of characters, horological interpretations, Gaelic glossary, etc It was amusing to see her write about being an author in the early days of the internet, and about her plans for the series when there were only a few books published, and to see how those plans have changed I read the updated edit

  8. says:

    This book was written as a companion to the Outlander series a book full of fun facts, background details, and stories about the making of the series written by Diana Gabaldon It was written after Drums of Autumn the fourth book in the series I waited until I had read the first four before reading this and I would definitely recommend that, as there many spoilers included here, as well as a synopsis of eac

  9. says:

    If you are new to the Outlander universe, this is a gem of a book to pick up Not only are there detailed summaries of the first books in this remarkable series, the author also has different chapters on where she got her ideas for the characters, her thought process on writing, information about herbal cures, a list of music that would bring Scotland to mind, frequently asked questions, Jamie and Claire s horoscopes

  10. says:

    I m kicking myself for not reading this sooner Until now, I have used the companions as reference books which they are wonderful for but I didna realize how much I would love reading all they contain from cover to cover If you are an Obsessenach like me, I highly recommend you READ these It was simply delightful from page one Can t wait to dive into Volume 2.

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