Dragonfly in Amber

Well, I finally finished Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon, the sequel to Outlander. In 1968, twenty years after she went back in time, Claire Randall finally decides to tell her secret.
This book is perfection. Gabaldon really knows how to tell a story. The characters are so real; it isn’t hard to become attached to them. But my imagination came in spurts. Usually, I can see what is happening in my head with no problem; with this book, the scenes were fading in and out for some reason.
The book is quite long. I couldn’t put it down – to an extent. After a while, it seemed to drag on forever. Don’t get me wrong, I loved it. It was just really long and I wished I was done with it already so that I could read the books I got for Christmas. I have most of the series now, but I’m going to take a break from it and read something else.
I think part of it dragging on so much was that it was hard for me to follow the plot at times. But it was still an amazing story.

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