The Fiery Cross - Diana Gabaldon Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099710013 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Diana Gabaldon / Paperback / 1072 Pages / Book is published 2002-08-01 by Arrow Books ... more
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by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Why this book ***************** The Fiery Cross is part of a series of books by author Diana Gabaldon. The Outlander series is something I have enjoyed reading so it seemed logical once I had finished reading the Drums of Autumn to move on to this the fifth book in the series. About the author *************** Diana Gabaldon is an American author of Mexican-American and English descent. She publishes under her maiden and lives in the US. She has won several awards for her Outlander series of books including the Romance Writers of America book of the year. About the series **************** When trying to describe ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
This is the fifth installment in what was said would be a six book series, is now at seven books and still isn't finished!! I will try to review this book and mention how it might relate to previous/future books as well for those who may want to read the others. The book- At nearly 1,000 pages, this isn't a quick read. Diana Gabaldon is an author who takes her time researching and writing, as well as doing many book tours, so it was 4 long years of waiting for this to be published. Plenty of time to re-read the previous books and get it all fresh in my mind. There are different cover designs in the US and UK, I prefer the UK version, which is the one ... Read the complete review
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