The Idea of Home – Voyager Read Along Week 12

Jamie, Claire, and Young Ian, head toward Lallybroch, each with a different “Idea of Home”, in this week’s Voyager read along installment.

Young Ian is fearing his punishment and facing his parents, especially his mother. Jamie has some difficult explaining to do over his actions or rather, inactions in reference to the harboring of his nephew Ian. And Claire, she’s the one who wants to go home. Lallybroch is the only place where she ever felt like home. It’s where her only female friend, Jenny lives. She also fears the reception and acceptance of her return, since to everyone with the exception of Jamie, it appears she abandoned him after Culloden.

These chapters weave a beautiful tapestry, that’s not without discomfort. Just when Claire begins to feel most comfortable, all hell breaks loose. The dream turns into a nightmare. Jamie had far too many opportunities to disclose certain information to Claire, and now along with her, he is utterly exposed.

Are you feeling the tension?

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What’s Coming up? Week 13 covers chapters 34-37.

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 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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