They Prevail Voyager Read A Long Week 26

In this final Voyager read-a-long episode of chapter 63, “They Prevail,” Jamie, Claire, and the men have an extremely harrowing time before safely landing in an accidentally opportune location.

Many story lines are wrapped up, not tidily of course, this IS Jamie and Claire we are talking about after all.  There’s a real chance at successful new beginnings for our favorite couple. Young Ian is safe, though quite far from home. Geillis  and the Reverend Campbell are no longer a threat. Yi Tien Cho is off on his own in the Caribbean. Lord John is working is assignment in Jamaica. Mary Campbell and Ishmael are together, likely on Hispaniola. Brianna is safely living her life in the future.

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The one thing we know for certain, as long as Jamie and Claire are together, all is well in Outlander world.

What’s Coming up? The Scottish Prisoner week 1 Chapters 1 and 2

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

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2 thoughts on “They Prevail Voyager Read A Long Week 26

  1. kat_and_fiddle says:

    Kind of annoyed you won’t just settle in and read it, sans commentary. Signing off after ~10 mins for that reason.

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