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How Many Books Are In The Outlander Series

What do people find appealing in the Twilight series.

Ok. I read all the books, and I regret every minute of it. Long hours of bad writing and cheesy plots didn’t make it for me. AND NOW! I WANT AN EXPLANATION! Why are people so obsessed with those books and the movies? I don’t get it! The movies are a perfect mix of bad acting and ridiculous lines! …. Omg,…

I think the whole series is awful. Not just because of the writing (which is so, so bad), or the crazy fangirls (who are irritating). Not because of the romance. I enjoy some romance in my reading. Not even because of the vampires and werewolves – vampire fiction is my favourite genre, and I even have a few vampire novels to my name (written around twelve years before this tripe slithered out from under its rock, thank goodness, so I can’t be accused of ‘copying’ the moron).I hate the series because it is basically one big how-to manual for stalkers. Meyer creates this misogynistic world where stalking, suicidal feelings, emotional abuse, and physical abuse are ‘romantic’, and where girls pine away for the man who is abusing them. And little girls are taking this to heart! I cannot count how many girls I’ve heard declare that they want a man who will treat them the way Edward treats Bella. I’ve also heard girls remark on how depressed they are when they realise that Edward and/or Jacob are fictional characters and they’ll never have one of them. It’s all thoroughly disturbing. :(As for suggestions… Have you read Charlaine Harris’ Southern Vampire Mysteries? The plots are exponentially better than anything that dribbled out of Meyer’s brain, they have some great humour, and they were being published far before the Twilight craze began. The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon is good, if you enjoy time travel and historical fiction.

How many of these books have you read.

The Farseer Series by Robin Hobb:The Assassin’s Apprentice, Royal Assassin, Assassin’s Quest, Ship of Magic, Mad Ship, Ship of Destiny, Fool’s Errand, Golden Fool, and Fool’s Fate.The Soldier-Son Trilogy: Shaman’s Crossing, Forest Mage, and Renegade’s Magic.Raymond E Feist’s books:…

Farseer: I read the first book in the series, don’t recall what the name was.The Harry Potter SeriesThe Eragon SeriesThe Lord of the Rings SeriesI haven’t read the Wheel of Time series, but I hear a lot about it because I have a crazy fan living in my house. read online Free textbooks


I am a bookworm and have read and re-read all my books, and am in the mood for something new.

Since you didn’t tell us how old your are or what types of books you enjoy, I’m going to list books of all genres for kids, teens, and adults.Oh: Try this web site, too. This lady has the most WONDERFUL lists of books, divided by age group. You’ll surely find something you love there.Books and More for Kids and Adults…Series for kids and/or teens:Madeleine L’Engle’s “Time” Quintet (although if you’re an adult and have never read these books, you really need to read them and then share them with your kids):A Wrinkle in TimeA Wind in the DoorA Swiftly Tilting PlanetAn Acceptable TimeMany WatersThere’s also Lucy Maud Montgomery’s “Anne of Green Gables” series. Start with the book of that title and if you love it, there are 7 more books by L.M. Montgomery that are about Anne as she grows up and her marriage and children. There is also a new book, recently released, called “Before Green Gables” (I think), that is about Anne’s parents and her childhood before the Green Gables series began.If you like mysteries, try the Trixie Belden series. There are a lot of books, but the best ones are the first 5. After the 5th book, they’re not all that great.Trixie Belden and the Secret of the MansionTrixie Belden and the Red Trailer MysteryTrixie Belden and the Gatehouse MysteryTrixie Belden and the Mysterious VisitorTrixie Belden and the Mystery off Glen RoadElizabeth Enright’s “Melendy family” quartet and “Gone-away Lake” duo can be hard to find in bookstores, but your library should have them and usually is able to get them.- The Saturdays- The Four-Story Mistake- And Then There were Five- Spiderweb for Two* Gone-Away Lake* Return to Gone-AwayAnd how about the “Magic” series by Edward Eager:Half MagicMagic by the LakeTime GardenKnight’s CastleMagic or Not?Well-WishersSeven-Day MagicSeries for (mainly) adults:Diana Gabaldon’s OUTLANDER series (you have never met a sexier, hunkier, lovelier man in fiction than Jamie Fraser):- Outlander (called ‘Cross-Stitch’ in the UK)- Dragonfly in Amber- Voyager- Drums of Autumn- The Fiery Cross- A Breath of Snow & AshesAdriana Trigiani’s BIG STONE GAP series:- Big Stone Gap- Big Cherry Holler- Milk Glass Moon- Home to Big Stone GapAlso by Adriana Trigiana- Lucia, LuciaElizabeth Buchan’s WIVES duo:- Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman- Wives Behaving Badly (this is the sequel)Jasper Fforde’s THURSDAY NEXT series (be sure you read the copyright page, all the footnotes, the adverts in the back -it’s all relevant! The books are set in an alternate universe where some things are identical with our earth and some things are ….. most definitely not! His books are very funny, but it’s a type of funny that sometimes borders on the bizarre.):- The Eyre Affair- Lost in a Good Book- The Well of Lost Plots- Something Rotten- Thursday Next: First Among SequelsDean Koontz’ ODD THOMAS series (he sees dead people, but it isn’t horror):- Odd Thomas- Forever Odd- Brother Odd- Odd HoursThe Fionavar Tapestry Books by Guy Gavriel Kay:- The Summer Tree- The Wandering Fire- The Darkest RoadAnd then there are Katherine Kurtz’s Deryni books. Some of these books are out of print and can be hard to find even in a used book store, but it’s worth finding them all. To read them by their internal chronology, the order is:* Camber of Culdi* Saint Camber* Camber the Heretic* The Harrowing of Gwynedd* King Javan’s Year* The Bastard Prince* In the King’s Service* Childe Morgan* Deryni Rising* Deryni Checkmate* High Deryni* The Bishop’s Heir* The King’s Justice* The Quest for Saint Camber* King Kelson’s BrideMarion Zimmer Bradley has written a brilliant retelling of the King Arthur legend: The Mists of Avalon. The legend is retold from the point of view of the women. She has also written quite a number of books that come before “Mists” and are centered on the mystical island of Avalon (*not* Glastonbury!) and the community of women who worship the Goddess. Whether or not you’re interested in reading the entire series, “Mists” is a book you won’t want to pass up.Although they’re not a series, Gregory McGuire’s fairy-tale retellings are brilliant:- Wicked- Mirror, Mirror- Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister- LostRichard North Patterson has written a number of books that are legal thrillers. The characters overlap – all the books are related but it isn’t truly a “series.”* The Lasko Tangent* The Outside Man* Escape The Night* Private Screening* Degree of Guilt* The Final Judgment(also published as Caroline Masters)* Eyes of a Child* Silent Witness* No Safe Place* Dark Lady* Protect and Defend* Balance of Power* Conviction* Exile* The Race

what’s your favorite book.

How many times have you read it, is it a series, and what genre?

I have read, re read and re read AGAIN the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I got the first book in the series (Outlander) when I was 15, at the time it was a rather mature book for a 15 year old to read but I was hooked. Now 15 years later I still grab up new books in the series as soon as they are out

about the sequal to the book outlander…

the sequal to diana gabaldon’s book Outlander…is Dragonfly in Amber…do u think the second book is at all as good as the first? not to mention the other books that come after aswell/?? i just wanted to see some opions before i started reading the second one …thanks a bunch!!=)

Omigosh, YESSSSSSSSS! I don’t usually go crazy over books — I read too many of them, and love them all, but this series is one of my top three series of all times. I have probably re-read the first three or four books at least 15 times.As a previous poster observed, Diana Gabaldon has written the story of a unique marriage, set against the historical turmoil of the 1700s in Scotland and the United States.You have to read them in order:First, “Outlander” — you’ve got that under your belt. Good one, eh?Next is “Dragonfly in Amber” — BE CAREFUL! When you first start reading DIA, you will wonder, “WTF? Wait a minute — this CAN’T be right — what is Claire doing in 1968? And who is this Brianna chick? AND WHERE IS JAMIE!?!” Hang on for a couple of chapters — it will blow your mind! And then you will have to keep reading, because DIA tells the story in retrospect, while developing a modern-day storyline. DIA is actually my favorite of all the books — some people say it is the darkest, or saddest of them, but I think it is an incredibly emotionally complex book, and I love the emotional roller-coaster ride it takes you on. Especially the last line of the book . . . !Then you have “Voyager”, which is a fun book, but after you read the remaining books, you realize that “Voyager” is a transition book, moving you from one world to another. At least the first chapter of “Voyager” tells you where Jamie is!”Drums of Autumn” show the marriage in a different light, at a different age, in a different setting, but with the same moral and courage issues. (Brianna and Roger kick it into high gear, here.) “The Fiery Cross” and “A Breath of Snow and Ashes” continue the story against the backdrop of the pre-Revolutionary America. How does knowing what history says affect the way you react to events around you?Not reading the rest of the series is like watching the first 15 minutes of a great movie — and then walking out, saying, “OK, that was good — I wonder how the rest of the movie went?”

How many books do you read.

Like in a month…and what are some good books that you’re currently reading or have read.I’m on. “my life as emperor” and “the ecstatic” they’re both pretty good.

Depends on the book, depends on the time in my life, how busy I was etc.There were times when I was still school age that I literally read a book a day. That was of course things like the Babysitter’s Club, Satin Slippers, etc. When I read The Stand it took me nearly a month, but when I read the Outlander series (in which each book is nearly as long as The Stand) I cruised through each one in a matter of a few days. The Deathly Hallows took me two days, I worked on both days, double on one of them. It just depends.Also, I am a writer, so I now take time to reread my favorites slowly and deconstruct the writing that they consist of, in search of tips for myself. So I no longer feel the need to read everything in sight as quickly as I can. Plus, I’ve read most of what has been presented to me. My habit has always been to discover a book that I felt was really good, mostly by reading a lot of others that really weren’t, and then devouring everything else that author had to offer. Pretty soon I end up waiting on the author, or something else grabs my interest, or I’ll read something new by another author I’ve already read everything else by, you get the picture. The end result is that the books I really want to read I largely have already. That is why I love authors like Stephen King though. I can ignore him for a year and he’ll have put out five new books it seems when I go back to check.Enough rambling.I haven’t tried to count how many books I’ve read in years, I gave up trying to remember them all. Still I think it has to be in the thousands somewhere. I am currently 28 years old.

Outlander Series, Diana Gabaldon.

Sorry kiddies, but this question is not for you, am only interested in the opinions of adults.Have just finished reading the first book in this series and thoroughly enjoyed it (never thought I would), but am wary of continuing with the rest of the books as I’m worried they will not be as good as the…

I loved Dragonfly in Amber, just not quite as much as Outlander though–what could compare? Any series with this many words in it is going to have it’s ups and downs, I think. I have enjoyed every one of the books in the series and have read all of them at least twice. 🙂 I love Gabaldon’s descriptive writing style, on re-read I am more able to appreciate the great writing because I’m not rushing to see what happens. Although I sometimes still get caught up and have to force myself to slow down. LOL! Since you like Outlander-how could you not read on? Go for it!

How many copies of the Outlander series were sold in 1980.

I need help to find how many copies of the Outlander series did Diana Gabaldon sell in 1980 for a math homework. I’ve looked everywhere but I can’t find it.For more information about the book, go here: just need the amount of copies she sold. It’s quite…

I don’t think that the Outlander series had begun in 1980, so the answer would be zero.

Outlanders by Diana Gabraldon.

How many books are in this series? Would you recommend them? What are they about? Thanks! 🙂

OMG. Outlander is probably one of the best books I’ve ever read! It’s a historical romance. Funny enough, I do not like historical romance but I really loved this book. There are 7 books in the series but you don’t have to read them all in fact, many people I’ve talked to said they wished they just read the first book.”Hurtled back through time more than two hundred years to Scotland in 1743, Claire Randall finds herself caught in the midst of an unfamiliar world torn apart by violence, pestilence, and revolution and haunted by her growing feelings for James Fraser, a young soldier.”I’m not an advanced reader by any means and I thought this book would be too tough a read for me but I fell in love with it. It’s exciting, interesting, and lots of s_x.Try it!!P.S. In the link I sent you the book Outlander is referred to as Cross Stitch but here in Canada (and US too I think) it’s called Outlander.

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66 thoughts on “How Many Books Are In The Outlander Series

  1. They are historical fiction, set back in the Scottish highlands – and you can find out what they are about by reading the jacket blurbs. Would I recommend them? Yes to the Outlander series, no to the Lord John series which is based on the same characters and the same events.

  2. Lemony Snicket a series of unfortunate events.Right now, I’m reading Pride and Prejudice

  3. People just like the main character, handsome, cool and blah2. then they are being crazy and forget everything.

  4. Here’s some teen fantasy books to purge the sparkles from your mind:The Alex Rider Series-Anthony HorowitzJinx by Meg Cabot

  5. I read practically 24/7 but out of that list i have only read harry potter (and have become obssesed with it.

  6. American Born Chinese—Gene Luen YangThe Dark Tower Series by Stephen King starts with The Gunslingeryou can read theseI’m assuming you’ve read:Queuing for Beginners—Joe MoranDon’t be confused by my argument, I hate the books. But I like to keep and opened mind and have an objective view.Evernight by Claudia GrayI too stopped at the first novel. It is one of my all time favs. My mom has read them all and said the others are not as good as the first but she did enjoy the next two in should read vampire kisses it is a great series I already read the serise twice and I loved it

  7. My ex read them constantly and used to read them to me. She read and re-read the Outlander Series. She thought they were all terrific.His Dark Materials- By Philip Pullman.still if your stomach is not full read theseJk Rowling’s Harry Potter seriesAnd I’m not sure if Twilight has given you a complete aversion to vampire story but I thought the House of Nite Series by PC and Kristen Cast wasn’t bad.The Road—Cormac McCarthyPatricia Cornwell writes a really good series focusing around a medical examiner named Kay Scarpetta.The second one was definitely as good as the first one if not better. The stories in the other ones were just as good but a bit to detailed and unnecessarily long. But the overall story was good. They are definitely worth reading.Hmm, I’m not a fan in the least but I have read the books just to be able to say that I did, and I think part of the appeal is that Bella is a teenage girl that “falls in love” like all teenager girls tend to think they do when they meet their first boyfriends and such. Plus the superficial views of it. What teenager is thinking about “Oh, he’s decent and treats me good” most are thinking “omg he’s so hot and look at those ripped abs”

  8. As the first answerer predicted: Twilight series.Skellig—David AlmondJessica Darling sequence: Sloppy First, 2nd Helpings, Charmed Thirds and Fourth Comings, and the subsequent e book which hasn’t been released yet. this is approximately this female. i does not say this is a female e book although this is great. This e book isn’t myth or journey in any respect so i’m uncertain in case you will like it. Plus between the character’s call has the comparable call as Manda and she or he’s style of… properly… so now i’m notably helpful you will not like it yet… brushing off the certainty that Manda is between the adversarial characters interior the story. No magic, no scuffling with (different than one catfight between the antagonists) right here.

  9. By the way, you can find a lot of great ebooks for free at

  10. The Ender Books by Orson Scott CardBetter: A Surgeon’s Notes on Performance—Atul Gawande

  11. You notice most people who like it are teenage girls. Teenage girls like romance, and although I’m sure this could be argued, Twilight is a romance. Sure the plot was cheesy but so? A lot of plots are and they still make it just fine. The idea of forbidden romance has always been appealing and Twilight makes it look almost perfect which doesn’t exist in real life. Not everyone wants to read things realistically. As for the bad writing, well it’s definitely not literature but I think that’s just an excuse not to like it. You mean to tell me everyone that hates Twilight is only interested in things that are well written. Yeah, I don’t think so seeing as many Twilight haters loved Harry Potter which is really not much better written. (I mean this word wise not plot wise).On average, probably 3-5 in a month. Sometimes more, sometimes less, depending on the books.

  12. The Road—Cormac McCarthy

  13. The Inheritance Cycle-Christopher PaoliniSo I think the appeal is that it plays into the female fantasy where you can get into the head of a perfect character that leads and ‘exciting’ life and always comes out on top.I didnt know, i just love the BOOKS, but for the movies, all is dissapointing me, there are so many scenes were being changed out of the way, and scenes that were hidden by the director ( like first movie).Ingo series by Helen Dunmorewell that goes for me too. I’m also a bookworm and the series i love to read now is the “Twilight Saga” written by Stephenie Meyer.It’s a very sweet and romantic love story about a vampire and a human girl. A lot of people have also read this and it is a very popular novel. if you like love stories, this is the best book for you:D(*)

  14. [/DELDUP]Very good series, actucally. It’s worth reading.The Maximum Ride Series-James Patterson[DELDUP()]Inkheart series by Cornelia Funkt

  15. none, i prefer like drama books not fantasy-ish ones

  16. If you’re looking for more of just an entertaining read:

  17. Hope I was of any help, and that you found at least one title that catches your eye. 😀

  18. If you liked Outlander you’ll love the rest of the series.

  19. Catch-22-Joesph Helleryour not wrong or crazy for hating it. They made the movies horrible. i happen to like the twilight saga books (books…) and well there are things that the author did that really bothered me about how she wrote it and crap. i still like ..but for me i think i like it mostly for some of the characters.

  20. House of the Scorpion-Nancy FarmerAngus, Thongs, and Perfect Snogging by Louise Rennison

  21. enjoy!

  22. The Alex Rider series (7 books), Raven’s Gate and following books- By Anthony Horowitz.Hope that helps.

  23. Harry Potter-JK Rowling

  24. The Pendragon Series-DJ MacHalei’m caught via the commencing up section it truly is sturdy… and that i like the small sentences which incorporate “truly no longer.” and how short and to the element.. that’s a sprint imprecise yet i like it 🙂

  25. It all depends… sometimes, I can read 3 books a week or only read 1 a monthInterview with the Vampire by Anne Rice, (horror genre) read it more than 3 times and I still love it. The movie isn’t as good as the book.Clay—David AlmondWhen I am not too busy with deadlines (the D word all authors LOVE so much LOL) then I try to read a book a day. Lately, I have been under some deadlines so I am not reading as much. I have a stack waiting here for me. Today I am finishing up Ludmilla’s Broken English by DBC Pierre. When I read a book I enjoy, I like to read everything that author has written. I loved Vernon God Little, so I decided to read this one too. Pax – C

  26. To Kill a Mockingbird-Harper Lee

  27. One of my favorites is “The Secret Garden”. I read that at least a dozen times when I was younger. You can read it for free:

  28. just those o.O

  29. Try the Pit Dragon series by Jane Yolen.around 2-3 books/month. Good books: 101 easy ways to make money

  30. The Inkheart Series-Cornelia FunkeThe Warriors Series by Erin Hunterthe Mortal Instruments trilogy by Cassandra Clare

  31. The Little Prince

  32. Sounds lame but really excellent books and highly addictive. There’s a hope heap of them and she’s still writing so just start from the beginning and you should be kept occupied for a while!

  33. The Brambles—Eliza Minoti read a a book every two-three days. good books- water for elephants, memoirs of a geisha, helen of troy, and james patterson books.

  34. His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman

  35. Artemis Fowl Series-Eoin ColferBag of bones by Stephen King. Awesome! I hope that someday the will make it into a movie. It is just fascinating from beginning to end. Check it out!

  36. I liked Twilight when I first read it three years ago because it was totally different from anything that I had ever read. It had been years since a popular human-vampire romance was written, and I think that Stephenie Meyer hit the market at a good time. However, after everyone started making such a hoopla about the series, their appeal greatly diminished in my eyes. I started really scrutinizing the series, and I found several things that I disliked. First of all, I hated Edward’s treatment of Bella the second time around. I couldn’t stand that he treated her like a small child by taking her engine out of her car, bribing Alice to kidnap her when he went out hunting, and pretty much controlling her every move. Out of the 23 characteristics of an abusive relationship, Edward and Bella had TEN! It is completely alarming that teens everywhere are modeling their dream guy after Edward. In addition to Edward’s controlling ways, I also found some of his lines very cheesy. When he would call Bella “my love” or make any other cheesy comments, it would make me want to hurl. Overall, I still find myself feeling some strange affection for the novels. I read them at a difficult time in my life, and they totally distracted me from everything else that was going on. However, I have since found a MUCH better vampire series. The Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris are amazing! You have not read a vampire novel until you’ve read this series. Anyways, good luck! I hope that you find something good to read 😀

  37. The Arthur Trilogy by Bernard Cornwall, starts with Winterking

  38. Devilish by Maureen JohnsonMost notably I remember her saying the thing that separates them form many other historical romance novels is the characters. She depicts a marriage, all the good and all the bad, not a fleeting romance but an honest to goodness marriage between two people who love each other but don’t always get along.All of the Harry Potter… Am I a nerd?

  39. Tithe (and sequels) by Holly Black

  40. Lord Of the Rings- By J.R.R Tolkien.There’s always Harry Potter, too.Queuing for Beginners: The Story of Daily Life from Breakfast to Bedtime—Joe Moran

  41. I read the books and enjoyed them well enough. I only watched Twilight and didn’t like it so I didn’t bother with New Moon. I personally think that so many people love it for a few reasons. 1. They didn’t read the book, and they think the actors in the movie are hot. 2. They liked the series but are just continuing to make it a bigger hype than it should be. I liked the books before it was popular and now well I’ve almost decided not to like it just because I don’t like the people that are obsessed.

  42. anything written by Rosemary Clement MooreSo no, you aren’t crazy… the only thing that would make me think maybe you are is the fact that you KEPT READING after you realized you don’t like it… oh well.Clay—David AlmondI just finished the new Jasper Fforde book, First Among Sequels and quite enjoyed it. I still working on Hardboiled Wonderland and the End of the World as well as The Origin of Species, both of which are very interesting.

  43. Skellig—David AlmondDepends on the books, some I can read real fast and others take a while. I usually read two to three a month. Right now I’m finishing Harry Potter and I’m a little more than half through Lord of the Rings.

  44. I wish I had stopped at the first book in the Twilight series.

  45. All the HARRY POTTERs..ive read each one more then 21 times each except for hallows….

  46. Lol, this has to be one of the most asked questions on here! I swear the people that hate it are just as obsessed with hating it as the ones that love it are obsessed with loving it! Whether or not you like Twilight is almost becoming a stereotype. I say who cares. Let people read what they want to read. But anyways to answer the question the best to my ability…..

  47. You’re not crazy, I read the first book and saw the two movies, I gave the series a fair shot but I’m not really into them either. The first book was decent for a first time novelist, but yea its cheesy. The movies were okay, not horrible but not anything excellent.

  48. Dear John-Nicolas Sparks

  49. There are a few decent John Grisham books, and Michael Connelly writes some decent stuff too. You could also go with classics like “Jane Eyre”, “Pride & Prejudice”, “Sense & Sensibility”, etc.The Host by Stephenie MeyerTom’s Midnight Garden—Philippa PearceNarnia- By C. S. Lewis.This is a tough one… The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. I read it twice. Fortune’s Daughter by Alice Hoffman comes in second. I don’t even know how many times I’ve read that.

  50. Twilight sucked, I wonder how many recommendation’s you’ll get, and how many thumbs down will I get! 😛

  51. Discworld series- By Terry Pratchett.Alright, I will be the first to admit, I am an ex-Twihard (from back in the day when “twihard” wasn’t even a word and you could say “Edward Cullen” without preteens everywhere breaking out in squeels). In my defense, I was slightly younger.omg I can’t believe it. I haven’t read any of them. That is so sad

  52. Also, idk what kind of books you like, but a book I really enjoyed was “Dragon Sword and Wind Child” by Noriko Ogiwara. It’s based on the tales of the Magatama (written before she started doing manga to my knowledge.)

  53. I comprehend what you recommend approximately being anal approximately analyzing books you may in contrast to. I study way too many comments of books earlier I dedicate to analyzing. What did I do earlier Amazon? 🙂 yet, i would not call the comments of An Echo interior the Bone disastrous; on Amazon there are 234 5 action picture star rankings and fifty 9 one action picture star rankings. The vast majority are 3 stars and up. I unquestionably have study all the Books 😉 , I nonetheless love Outlander the ultimate, yet Voyager, (e book 3) is an in depth 2nd. i like all of them. i do no longer locate them self-indulgent. Diana Gabaldon is a descriptive author, yet having study Outlander you recognize that. yet they are additionally action packed, so i hit upon myself racing in the process the descriptions to get to the consequence, and then I re-study and hit upon the e book in a very new way. analyzing is such an very own selection, what one likes yet another would not. (i think of a few are prejudiced against the Outlander sequence using fact they are categorized as type fiction, (variously, romance, sci-fi, or delusion), as detrimental to literary fiction.) i think of that in case you so love Outlander, you will desire to choose for the full sequence.

  54. The Alex Cross Series-James Patterson

  55. As for reading suggestions….well all I know is that you don’t like Twilight lol but I’ll give a list of some personal favorites:It’s porn for teen girl’s basically… it features a girl who doesn’t have toooo much of a personality, so can be easily replaced in the reader’s mind with themselves… a teenaged Everyman. The male doesn’t want to pressure the girl to have sex, wants to listen to their every word, likes to sit around and look at her and tell her how pretty and special she is, and pretty much lives to try and make her happy. True, if it was real life, any girl who had to deal with that nonsense would get mad fast (not to mention call the cops for his stalker-ish tendencies), but as a fictional character, that’s pretty appealing. It’s a nice, harmless, escapist fantasy. Some love it, and some find it annoying and weird. Both views are OK as long as you’re not (a) buying creepy edward Cullen shower curtains (which DO exist unfortunatly) or writing “Mrs. Jacob Black” all over your binder or (b) spending all of your time bashing people who do like the series.

  56. It is by far the best book I have ever read. Clive Barker has written many books, but most people know him from his movie Hellraiser.

  57. that’s a tale about non-violent, emotional vampires. it rather is adverse to each and every thing adult males love. we choose violence, pillaging, slaughtering human beings, and no emotion. Vampire baseball? gay. considering the fact that no human being get’s their throats slashed, I hated Twilight. i know no longer a unmarried male who likes it, except for identifying to purchase a shot at banging Bella.

  58. Sharp Teeth—Toby BarlowI don’t know how old are you, or what genre of books you like. But I’ll list my favourites for you..Lord of the Rings, and The Hobbit-JRR TolkienThe Guardian-Nicolas SparksThe City of Bones Series-Cassandra ClareI LOVED outlander. I’ve had Dragonfly in amber for 3 years and cannot get into it. I hate it. I’ve tried over and over to finish it but it’s like pulling teeth. “It gets better” that’s what everyone that read it told me. Maybe you’ll like it. It was such a far cry from where Outlander left off that it just lost me. Good luck. I hope you’re one of the many that enjoys it. I’d buy it used just in case. 😉

  59. And some that I found enjoyable but are more well read literature:i try for three or four a month. Harry Potter, Terry Prattchet’s Discworld Books.

  60. Harry Potter of course- By J.K Rowling.1984-George Orwell4 books in the week

  61. I’ve read The Catcher In The Rye at least twenty times. It’s by no means the best book ever written, but it speaks to me and I there are so many little things within the larger context that are magnificent.

  62. Or if you’re into something a little more “grown up”, try the Dexter series by Jeff Lindsay. “Darkly Dreaming Dexter” and “Dearly Devoted Dexter” are the first two. Can’t necessarily recommend the third book in the series since I haven’t read it yet.Yes, it is a series. It is called The Vampire Chronicles (Interview with the Vampire, The Vampire Lestat, The Queen of the Damned, The Tale of the body Thief)

  63. The Rights of the Reader—Daniel Pennac i would like you to me by messanger friend if you to then invite me with on ID

  64. The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents, The Wee Free Men, A Hat Full of Sky, Wintersmith, Johnny only you can save mankind and the following two books- By Terry Pratchett.

  65. The Turn of the Screw-Henry JamesMy favorite book is by Clive Barker called Imajica. It is a fantasy novel and I have read it 17+ times. Everytime I read it I find something new and different. the novel covers themes such as God, sex, love, gender and death.ahh none :[

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