It’s All Business Voyager Read Along Week 11

“It’s All Business,” for our favorite characters in this week’s Voyager read along. Only days into her return trip to Edinburgh, Claire resumes her doctoring practice.  Jamie is working through the loss of his print shop and the smuggling conundrum he finds himself in. As if no time had passed at all, Claire and Jamie appear to be in lockstep together. There’s certain to be trouble ahead because all cannot be as it appears. Twenty years have passed and important information has yet been revealed to Claire.

Young Ian is on the precipice of becoming a man, brothel not withstanding. He’s on a mission to no longer be considered a boy. Soon he will be home and the piper will require payment for his running away.

There are several plot lines and characters in play in these chapters. Keep your eye on the natural philosopher, Sir Percival, Fergus, and… There’s so much more to come.

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What’s Coming up? Week 12 covers chapters 32-33.

How can you participate? To have your questions, comments for the regular read along, or Outlander Science Club results submitted for an upcoming podcast, email or call in to the listener line 3 days prior to airing for inclusion (see schedule below). Join the weekly Twitter chat Wednesday nights at 6pm PT/9pm ET to discuss the previous latest podcast chapters using the hashtag #ADoO. Follow the science prompts each week, research the topic, then share on ADOO or Outlander Medicine’s social media or call in to the ADOO message line 719-425-9444. Comments or messages may be included in the podcast or a written post.  The hashtag to use is #OutlanderSciClub.

The photos used are public domain.

The Outlander book series is written by Diana Gabaldon. You can find her on Twitter and Facebook.

Karen Daugherty, the Emergency Physician behind Outlander Medicine can be found on Twitter and Facebook.

 

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