It’s Rose Hall or Bust Voyager Read A Long Week 23

Our Jamie and Claire have only 5 days to find Young Ian and get clear of the authorities and there’s only one place to begin the search. “It’s Rose Hall or Bust,” for our adventurous duo.

The shocking identity of the mysterious Mrs. Abernathy is quickly unveiled. Did you catch the clues?

During their visit to Rose Hall, Claire and Jamie look for clues as to where Young Ian is being kept. They know without a doubt he is there. In the process, Claire treats a slave sick with a parasitic eye worm, while Jamie seeks information during his assistance in repairing the damaged sugar press.

Is Young Ian there? Jamie and Claire are convinced, but help will be needed. Perhaps the new Governor can assist.

But that’s not all, the rest of the chapter centers around who this Mrs. Abernathy and all she has to share with Claire specifically.

You’ll need to listen to podcast find out more.  It’s absolutely worth your time.

What’s Coming up? Week 23 will cover chapter 61.

How can you participate? To have your questions, comments for the regular read along, email or call in to the listener line 3 days prior to airing for inclusion. Join the weekly Twitter chat Wednesday nights at 6pm PT/9pm ET to discuss the previous latest podcast chapters using the hashtag #ADoO.  Comments or messages may be included in the podcast or a written post.

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

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