Voyager: A Novel
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Diana Gabaldon's Voyager is a New York Times bestseller and the third book in her bestselling Outlander series. Gabaldon uses her superior writing skills to weave historical details into this beautifully told love story, giving it life and depth. Her characters are strong, intelligent, and brave, and their story is one that ensnares you throughout the novel.
Voyager continues the story of Claire, the time-traveling doctor from the 20th century, and Jamie, her Scottish husband from the 1700s. It's been 20 years since the Jamie sent Claire back to her own time, pregnant and alone, while he went off to die defending Culloden. Claire never thought she'd see Jamie again, or that their daughter would know her father, but news comes that changes everything.
After all this time, Claire has discovered that Jamie did not die in the massacre and is in fact still alive. The revelation forces her to make a hard choice, leave her and Jamie's daughter in the present to travel back in time and find Jamie, or let him go. Claire isn't even sure that Jamie still loves her, and the long, strenuous years have been hard on both of them. Has their love survived it? Will he forgive her for being gone so long?
Diana Gabaldon is an American author best known for her Outlander series. Born and raised in Arizona, she is part English, part Mexican-American, and has been writing novels since 1988. Before taking up writing, Gabaldon earned a Bachelor of Science in Zoology from Northern Arizona University in the early 1970s.
After receiving her bachelors degree, she continued her education obtaining a Master of Science in Marine Biology from the University of California, and a PhD from Northern Arizona University in Ecology. She worked as a faculty member at Arizona State University, but resigned after her first book deal. She currently lives with her husband in Arizona and has three grown children.