I am a huge fan of Highlander romances and I knew about these books…well, a little..but for some reason, I thought they had been written in the 1960s and so I thought I would be reading outdated material. I didn’t start reading this until I started seeing all the hype on social media about the television series and looked the books up. I bought the first book and was hooked.
This is one of those series of books that should be read by everyone. It should be included in books that are called “Classics” like The Chronicles of Narnia, Lord of the Rings and Little House on Prairie. I included Little House on the Prairie because in later books, the Outlander series starts resembling it a bit.
This is a tale about a combat nurse just after World War Two who falls back in time about 200 years and finds herself in the Scottish Highlands. She is forced to survive in a time that has no modern conveniences or medicines and when people believed women were beneath men.
Outlander: A Novel (Outlander, Book 1) My Review
Dragonfly In Amber (Outlander, Book 2) My Review
Voyager (Outlander, Book 3) My Review
Drums Of Autumn (Outlander, Book 4) My Review
The Fiery Cross (Outlander, Book 5) My Review
A Breath Of Snow And Ashes (Outlander, Book 6) My Review
An Echo in the Bone: A Novel (Outlander, Book 7) My Review
Written in My Own Heart’s Blood: A Novel (Outlander, Book 8) My Review
Lord John Grey
This is a spinoff series from Outlander. Lord John Grey is an English nobleman and officer who is an acquaintance of Jamie Fraser who happens to be gay in a time where you could get hanged for it and in love with Jamie. The series is about John and his adventures which happen concurrently with the Outlander series.
Lord John Grey and the Private Matter My Review
Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade: A Novel (Lord John Grey Book 2) My Review
The Scottish Prisoner: A Novel (Lord John Grey Book 3)