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The year is 1945 Claire Randall a former combat nurse is just back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon when she walks through a standing stone in one of the ancient circles that dot the British Isles Suddenly she is a Sassenach—an “outlander”—in a Scotland torn by war and raiding border clans in the year of Our Lord1743 Hurled back in time by forces she cannot understand Claire is catapulted into the intrigues of lairds and spies that may threaten her life and shatter her heart For here James Fraser a gallant young Scots warrior shows her a love so absolute that Claire becomes a woman torn between fidelity and desire—and between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives


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    Quick question if this book has a quarter of a million ratings and still maintains an average rating of 413 why the hell are the most popular reviews the snarky mean spirited one or two star reviews? That doesn't match up at all with what I'd assume would be the case which is that most people who read this book LOVED IT Including me Please people If you enjoy a book click like on the good reviews as well That's what people see first when they look for reviews on Goodreadsthe ones with the most popularity or likes Sad that this amazing book's two most populare and therefore most visible reviews are not in keeping with most people's thoughts```````````````````` Ye are Blood of my Blood and Bone of my BoneI give ye my Body that we Two might be OneI give ye my Spirit 'til our Life shall be Done ```````````````````` SUMMARY Claire is happily married She and her husband are visiting Scotland and soaking up the history while indulging in some much needed time alone One morning they are witness to a group of women performing a ritual at a nearby stone circleThey should have been ridiculous and perhaps they were A collection of women in bedsheets many of them stout and far from agile parading in circles on top of a hill but the hair prickled on the back of my neck at the sound of their callThe modern witches at the stone circlespooky and oh such a good mood setterClaire returns to the circle later I wonder if she felt called to that magical place as if fate had plans for her and she was simply following her destinyThe tallest stone of the circle was cleft with a vertical split dividing the two massive piecesWithout warning and for no apparent reason Claire is whisked back to the year 1743I could say that my field of vision contracted to a single dark spot then disappeared altogether leaving not darkness but a bright void I could say that I felt as though I were spinning or as though I were being pulled inside out All these things are true yet none of them conveys the sense I had of complete disruption of being slammed very had against something that wasn't thereThere she meets James Fraser a man who is as complex as their relationship turns out to be Claire never stops trying to get back home but this world of the past and her present is slowly beginning to sink into her She must now decide between remaining faithful to a man she may never see again or conceding to the realization that she will forever remain in this time with this fascinating man who has become her fiercest protector ````````````````````It's pure craziness to me how this book can be summed up in a couple of paragraphs And it's both detrimental and beneficial that a summary simply cannot encompass the sheer scope of heart that is in these pages I was absolutely unpreparedWhy detrimental? Because the details did become tedious even as they were adding to the story The downtimeinstead of a time of building anticipation became a time of hurry up and wait This is the only reason that I can't give this five starsbecause for a couple hundred pages I was 'a wee bit' bored And I hope that my saying this won't keep someone from reading it I wish that I didn't have to mention it but in order to be fair and honest I feel like it's necessary if only to keep someone's expectations from becoming too high And to be totally confusing it's the details that drag you down into the middle of the eighteenth century the minor secondary plots that make you live this life for awhile So I'm not certain that they weren't necessary I do wish that we got of Claire dealing with the mundane things but she just never seems bothered enough with inconveniences to mention themI don't want to do much of a character breakdown except for maybe the three big key players in this story ```````````````````` Claire You're no verra sensible Sassenach but I like ye fine Oh boy I had heard that a lot of people didn't like Claire at first And to be quite honest for most of the book I really DID like her She was fairly steadfast to her husbandalthough circumstances bieng what they were it would have been nearly impossible for her to stay that way This was a fascinating look into what it must have been like for a woman back in those times Not quite the Dark Ages but boy they were a far cry from modern women's rights This was a time of witch burnings and mob mentality Imagine what it would be like to go back to these times knowing what we know now remembering what took place in history and being scared to death to be female You're completely at the mercy of the men you are with Thank goodness Claire stumbled upon JamieHer character did fluctuate for me for obvious reasons I had a few minor hiccups with how wishy washy she was at times and how little she seemed to think about how her actions would affect Jamie However view spoiler I do think that she had no idea how passionately Jamie felt for her until near the very end So why would she feel the need to constantly spare his feelings and put him first? hide spoiler