They Courageously Rescue The Boy Voyager Read A Long Week 25

“They Courageously Rescue Him,” is the week 25 offering of the Voyager read-a-along. Chapter 62 is a romp filled with fear, sacrifice, challenges, and a death come full circle.

Claire and Jamie are at their absolute best when they are a cohesive team. This chapter shows how to work together to meet the desired goal. The depth of their trust and ability to do always what’s right, shines through.

Abandawe, the cave Lawrence Stern told Claire about when they first met, comes back into view. It’s where Geillis has stolen away to, with Young Ian in tow. Her plan is dark and malevolent. Claire must be the one to end the cycle Geillis started. And she does.

Though a struggle for dominance, in the end, Young Ian is rescued, Jamie is only wounded, and Claire finds peace.

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What’s Coming up? Week 26 will cover the final chapter 63.

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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