"You are my heart - and I your compassion. We are neither of us whole, alone. Do ye not know that, Sassenach?"
And so another Outlander novel ends. And I'm sad and grateful for it at the same time. I'm sad because again I have to say 'Goodbye for now'. I hate this part. I would love to spent a lot more time with Claire and Jamie, Brianna and Roger, Fergus, Young Ian, John Grey,...! I was a little bit disappointed the Fergus had such a little part in this book. I missed him very much. But his absence made me fall in love with Young Ian. His first appearance was in "Voyager" and I wasn't sure what I should feel or think about him. For me he was a little boy. This changed a lot within the pages of this novel. He grew up to a young man who found his way into my heart. (view spoiler) Also John Grey is now one of my favorite characters and I'm looking forward to read more about him and his relationship to the Fraser family.
I love Claire and Jamie just as much as I liked them in the b
ooks before. Maybe even a little bit more. I'm not yet sure how I feel about the fact that we have more point of views in the books now. Sometimes the change in the pov was in a moment that annoyed me because i wanted to know how that storyline was going on but then we changed to another storyline. But that storyline was just as fascinating. So Diana Gabaldon do it however you like I will love it anyway.
"And when my body shall cease, my soul will still be yours, Claire - I swear by my hope of heaven, I will not be parted from you."