A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander book 6) by Diana Gabaldon; 1,439 pages
War is approaching the colonies. The American Revolution is almost upon them and rebellious sentiments are rising all around them. But the Frasers must be careful. Many of the Scots are leaning towards supporting the crown.
Why couldn’t she just cut these books in half and make he series longer?
Seriously though, these books are so long and can be so tedious to read sometimes. At least this one was much more captivating than the last book. There was a lot more action going on throughout the book and even when there wasn’t there was at least some good gossipy material to read about. Some of it was truly shocking, like one bit at the end, and some of it was really funny.
I liked that we learned more about Ian and his time with the Mohawks. I was super curious about what happened when he came back at the end of the last book. And I liked some of the new additions to the story. There were quite a few surprised that occurred in this book as well, mostly toward the end. It has me curious to read the next book. Unfortunately I don’t think that’s going to be for a while still. These books are just too long to read close together because they take forever to get through.
Goodreads Challenge: 77/105
Next review: UnEnchanted by Chanda Hahn