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Outlander 1. Forastera (Spanish Edition) (1991)

por Diana Gabaldon

Otros autores: Ver la sección otros autores.

Series: Outlander (1)

MiembrosReseñasPopularidadValoración promediaConversaciones / Menciones
20,103914149 (4.19)2 / 1180
"Recien acabada la Segunda Guerra Mundial, una joven pareja se reune por fin para pasar sus vacaciones en Escocia. Una tarde, cuando pasea sola por la pradera, Claire se acerca a un circulo de piedras antiquisimas y cae de pronto en un extrano trance. Al volver en si se encuentra con un panorama desconcertante: el mundo moderno ha desaparecido, ahora la rodea la Escocia de 1743, con sus clanes beligerantes y supersticiosos, hombres y mujeres rudos, a veces violentos, pero con una capacidad de vivir y de amar como Claire jamas habia experimentado en su anterior vida. Acosada por los recuerdos, Claire tendra que elegir entre la seguridad del futuro que ha dejado atras y la apasionante incertidumbre del pasado que ahora habita,"--Amazon.com. Scottish Highlands, 1945. Claire Randall, a former British combat nurse, is just back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon when she walks through a standing stone in one of the ancient circles that dot the British Isles. Suddenly she is a Sassenach -an outlander- in a Scotland torn by war and raiding clans in the year of Our Lord... 1743.… (más)
  1. 204
    En tierras lejanas por Sara Donati (pollywannabook)
    pollywannabook: The closest thing to Outlander out there. Diana Gabaldon even lent out the character of Claire for a cameo in this book
  2. 111
    Mar de invierno por Susanna Kearsley (Iudita)
  3. 73
    Rescate en el tiempo (1999-1357) por Michael Crichton (leahsimone)
  4. 40
    Perdido en el Tiempo / The House on the Strand por Daphne Du Maurier (aynar)
    aynar: Much better example of time travel.
  5. 30
    The River of No Return por Bee Ridgway (redheadedali)
  6. 30
    Wildfire at Midnight por Mary Stewart (LiddyGally)
    LiddyGally: I recommend this book because the writing styles are in a similar vein rather than the stories being the same. Both, however, are set in the wilds of Scotland.
  7. 118
    El descubrimiento de las brujas por Deborah Harkness (Usuario anónimo, SunnySD)
  8. 41
    El Jinete de Bronce por Paullina Simons (littlebear514)
    littlebear514: Although the stories are COMPLETELY different; the writing is of the same quality and the stories are both deeply involved.
  9. 20
    Overseas por Beatriz Williams (becksdakex)
    becksdakex: Romance and time travel.
  10. 10
    Son of the Morning por Linda Howard (amyblue)
  11. 10
    The Dark Queen por Susan Carroll (infiniteletters)
  12. 10
    The Song of Albion Collection: The Paradise War, The Silver Hand, and The Endless Knot por Stephen Lawhead (charlie68)
    charlie68: A story about a trip farther into Britain's past.
  13. 10
    Un amor contra el viento por Susanna Kearsley (jennyj271)
  14. 10
    The Legend of Lady MacLaoch por Becky Banks (elbakerone)
    elbakerone: Though Banks' novel is set in present day (and is considerably shorter), the love story with the gorgeous backdrop of Scotland was reminiscent of Gabaldon's series.
  15. 10
    Mary Queen of Scotland & The Isles: A Novel por Margaret George (MissBrangwen)
  16. 11
    In a Wild Wood por Sasha Lord (Jenson_AKA_DL)
    Jenson_AKA_DL: If you enjoyed the romance between Clare and Jamie I think you'll also enjoy this Highlander romance.
  17. 00
    Midwife of the Blue Ridge por Christine Blevins (Joles)
  18. 11
    Poldark Jeremy Poldark-Warleggan por Winston Graham (Usuario anónimo)
  19. 00
    Vrouwe van Llyn por Jane Watt (margarethmiwy)
  20. 00
    A Wee Guide to the Jacobites por Charles Sinclair (MissBrangwen)

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I started this series when it first came out because I kept hearing how great it was. And while I did enjoy the first novel I enjoyed it less and less with each subsequent book. Reading these books has become more habit than anything else. I really have not enjoyed the last few books and this one was no exception. I sort of feel obliged at this point to see the story to its conclusion so it would be nice if it would finally conclude. ( )
  KateKat11 | Sep 24, 2021 |
Despite its flaws, I couldn't help but love this story. Reading this book made me feel for the characters in ways I don't often do and I was never bored despite the size of the book. ( )
  _Marcia_94_ | Sep 21, 2021 |
This was such a great read! I can't wait to continue with this series. I am not typically a fan of historical romance, but this didn't read like a romance. It was more like an epic journey. ( )
  Completely_Melanie | Sep 10, 2021 |
Originally posted at Once Upon a Chapter

It's 1945 and Claire Randall is glad that this war is over. Now she and her husband can start to relax and get to know each other again. The war prevented them from doing that at the start of their marriage. Frank and Claire are vacationing in Scotland before moving on to Frank's new position. Frank is researching his family tree and Claire keeps herself busy exploring.

Then one day Claire is exploring a stone circle when she tumbles 200 years into the past. 1743 Scotland is full of everything you'd expect: chivalry, battle, clans, betrayal, family dysfunction, friendship, love and rivalry. It's also a dangerous place for a woman who has lived in a civilization 200 years in the future where women are just as important as men.

My Thoughts:
I know that summary doesn't do Outlander justice but I really am worried about giving away too much. This book messed me up! I was literally Outlander-focused for six days. Dishes were ignored shamelessly, laundry was done at a minimum and the hubs was ruthlessly ignored.

Diana Gabaldon creates such a beautiful world with her words you almost feel like you're there. The book is a tome but the story is so fast paced (after the first hundred pages or so) that you'll barely notice the length once you've dug in! I was so immersed in the book that I picked up some of the vocabulary by the end! I was dropping the "t" off of "not" and shortened did not to "dinna" with ease.

Claire and Jamie. I get it now. This couple make the top of so many top ten lists and I understand now. If ever there were two people meant to be together it's these two. They're put to the test over and over and over again and not only do they come through it, they come through it with a little bit more love and respect between them. Even with the odds stacked against them. It's almost inspirational. It's definitely swoon-worthy. Did ya see the quote? If a man talked to you like that you'd swoon too.

The secondary characters are amazing! I loved them, I hated them, and I never felt like they overcrowded the romance. If it weren't for Murtagh, Outlander would never have happened. Mrs. Fritz, Jenny and Rupert all warmed my heart and put a smile on my face.

I could go on and on about how much I loved Outlander. I could probably fill the length of this blog. I won't but I'll leave you with this: Outlander is a great way to slip back 200 years and enjoy watching two people fall in love. It's an epic romance that made me realize all over again why romance is a largely loved genre. I can't wait to read the next one but I think I'll wait until I have a bunch of time on my hands. If you haven't read this book yet, it needs to be on your list! ( )
  stephaniedloves2read | Aug 8, 2021 |
Originally posted at Once Upon a Chapter

It's 1945 and Claire Randall is glad that this war is over. Now she and her husband can start to relax and get to know each other again. The war prevented them from doing that at the start of their marriage. Frank and Claire are vacationing in Scotland before moving on to Frank's new position. Frank is researching his family tree and Claire keeps herself busy exploring.

Then one day Claire is exploring a stone circle when she tumbles 200 years into the past. 1743 Scotland is full of everything you'd expect: chivalry, battle, clans, betrayal, family dysfunction, friendship, love and rivalry. It's also a dangerous place for a woman who has lived in a civilization 200 years in the future where women are just as important as men.

My Thoughts:
I know that summary doesn't do Outlander justice but I really am worried about giving away too much. This book messed me up! I was literally Outlander-focused for six days. Dishes were ignored shamelessly, laundry was done at a minimum and the hubs was ruthlessly ignored.

Diana Gabaldon creates such a beautiful world with her words you almost feel like you're there. The book is a tome but the story is so fast paced (after the first hundred pages or so) that you'll barely notice the length once you've dug in! I was so immersed in the book that I picked up some of the vocabulary by the end! I was dropping the "t" off of "not" and shortened did not to "dinna" with ease.

Claire and Jamie. I get it now. This couple make the top of so many top ten lists and I understand now. If ever there were two people meant to be together it's these two. They're put to the test over and over and over again and not only do they come through it, they come through it with a little bit more love and respect between them. Even with the odds stacked against them. It's almost inspirational. It's definitely swoon-worthy. Did ya see the quote? If a man talked to you like that you'd swoon too.

The secondary characters are amazing! I loved them, I hated them, and I never felt like they overcrowded the romance. If it weren't for Murtagh, Outlander would never have happened. Mrs. Fritz, Jenny and Rupert all warmed my heart and put a smile on my face.

I could go on and on about how much I loved Outlander. I could probably fill the length of this blog. I won't but I'll leave you with this: Outlander is a great way to slip back 200 years and enjoy watching two people fall in love. It's an epic romance that made me realize all over again why romance is a largely loved genre. I can't wait to read the next one but I think I'll wait until I have a bunch of time on my hands. If you haven't read this book yet, it needs to be on your list! ( )
  stephaniedloves2read | Aug 8, 2021 |
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Een jonge, Engelse vrouw loopt kort na de Tweede Wereldoorlog tijdens een wandeling in de Schotse Hooglanden door een gespleten monoliet die deel uitmaakt van een magische cirkel. Hierdoor komt ze terecht in het turbulente Schotland van 1743 en trouwt om aan een wisse dood te ontsnappen een vogelvrij verklaarde Sejot. Beiden worden opgejaagd door een sadistische kapitein van de Engelse dragonders, maar kunnen na tal van avonturen en in het besef dat de loop van de geschiedenis veranderd kan worden, een nieuw bestaan opbouwen. Een fascinerende historische roman, waarin de auteur liefde, seks, romantiek, spanning en avontuur tot een boeiend geheel heeft samengevoegd. Goede tekening van de historische achtergrond. Een meeslepend verhaal.
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People disappear all the time. Ask any policeman. Better yet, ask a journalist. Disappearances are bread-and-butter to journalists.
Young girls run away from home. Young children stray from their parents and are never seen again. Housewives reach the end of their tether and take the grocery money and a taxi to the station. International financiers change their names and vanish into the smoke of imported cigars.
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It wasn't a very likely place for disappearances, at least at first glance.
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"Recien acabada la Segunda Guerra Mundial, una joven pareja se reune por fin para pasar sus vacaciones en Escocia. Una tarde, cuando pasea sola por la pradera, Claire se acerca a un circulo de piedras antiquisimas y cae de pronto en un extrano trance. Al volver en si se encuentra con un panorama desconcertante: el mundo moderno ha desaparecido, ahora la rodea la Escocia de 1743, con sus clanes beligerantes y supersticiosos, hombres y mujeres rudos, a veces violentos, pero con una capacidad de vivir y de amar como Claire jamas habia experimentado en su anterior vida. Acosada por los recuerdos, Claire tendra que elegir entre la seguridad del futuro que ha dejado atras y la apasionante incertidumbre del pasado que ahora habita,"--Amazon.com. Scottish Highlands, 1945. Claire Randall, a former British combat nurse, is just back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon when she walks through a standing stone in one of the ancient circles that dot the British Isles. Suddenly she is a Sassenach -an outlander- in a Scotland torn by war and raiding clans in the year of Our Lord... 1743.

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