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Book Review of An Echo in the Bone (Outlander, Bk 7)

An Echo in the Bone (Outlander, Bk 7)
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Helpful Score: 4

An excellent mix of the 18th century Revolutionary War period in the colonies, and contemporary Scotland. Same characters with new challenges, life and death situations, romance, drama, murder and intrigue. A thoroughly enjoyable read. Even after 1100 pages I didn't want it to end. Now I've got to wait till the next one in the series. One must suspend belief to go along with Clair Frazier and her daughter Bree's time travels through to 200 years ago. But, hey, it's fiction, and a solid good yarn to boot. The history is accurate as to the big picture of the events of America's struggle for independence from the tyranny of being governed by Britain, and the struggle of individuals for their freedoms as well (rings a bell, doesn't it?) If you don't care for complex, multilayered, many peopled sagas, this is not for you. If you really enjoy this type of book, complex and entertaining, its a wonderful read!

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