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Drums of autumn
Diana Gabaldon
Adult Fiction

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Margaret Dokka said:
This book is my favorite of the series. As in the others, Ms. Gabaldon has an amazing grasp of historical detail. The plot moves at a good pace, and holds together well. The author deftly weaves the multiple story lines, making the unbelievable seem almost logical. Caveat: not for those adamantly opposed to anything supernatural, but fascinating if you take it with a grain of salt. It builds well on the previous books of the series, and leaves the reader eagerly awaiting the next episode. Margaret Dokka
posted Jun 7, 2006 at 1:36PM
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Literary soulmate - James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser.
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main characters Claire Beauchamp Randall Fraser
Female
Married
Has time traveled for the second time back to 1765 to be reunited with her husband.
Doctor

James "Jamie" Fraser
Male
Scottish
Claire's husband and Brianna's father.

Brianna
Female
Claire and James's daughter; goes to the stone circle that took her mother back in time; time travels looking for her mother and the father she never met; risking her own future to try to change history by saving her parents from a house fire.

Roger McKenzie
Male
Brianna's boyfriend; follows Brianna back in time.
Professor



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