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  • Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone

  • Outlander, Book 9
  • De : Diana Gabaldon
  • Lu par : Davina Porter
  • Durée : 49 h et 27 min
  • 4,3 out of 5 stars (3 notations)

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Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone

De : Diana Gabaldon
Lu par : Davina Porter
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    Number one New York Times best-selling author Diana Gabaldon returns with the newest novel in the epic Outlander series.

    The past may seem the safest place to be...but it is the most dangerous time to be alive....

    Jamie Fraser and Claire Randall were torn apart by the Jacobite Rising in 1746, and it took them 20 years to find each other again. Now the American Revolution threatens to do the same.

    It is 1779, and Claire and Jamie are at last reunited with their daughter, Brianna, her husband, Roger, and their children on Fraser’s Ridge. Having the family together is a dream the Frasers had thought impossible.

    Yet, even in the North Carolina backcountry, the effects of war are being felt. Tensions in the Colonies are great, and local feelings run hot enough to boil Hell’s teakettle. Jamie knows loyalties among his tenants are split, and it won’t be long until the war is on his doorstep.

    Brianna and Roger have their own worry: that the dangers that provoked their escape from the 20th century might catch up to them. Sometimes, they question whether risking the perils of the 1700s - among them disease, starvation, and an impending war - was indeed the safer choice for their family.

    Not so far away, young William Ransom is still coming to terms with the discovery of his true father’s identity - and thus his own - and Lord John Grey has reconciliations to make, and dangers to meet...on his son’s behalf and his own.

    Meanwhile, the Revolutionary War creeps ever closer to Fraser’s Ridge. And with the family finally together, Jamie and Claire have more at stake than ever before.  

    ©2021 Diana Gabaldon (P)2021 Recorded Books

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    • Judy
    • 29/11/2021

    We waited 7 years for this?..

    After the ridiculously long wait, I expected better than this…. The storyline was lukewarm at best. The narration was pretty good, considering the 7 year gap, but, how hard is it to listen to what you’ve already done so you can make sure it matches this time around? Several characters were not the same in the beginning….Brianna, Mandy, Lord John, etc., but started to sound a little bit more like the previous books once she got further in. And now, after how many books, everyone is suddenly pronouncing Germain’s name the French way, adding to the feeling of incongruity.
    This book just didn’t feel the same as the others…. It felt choppy and disjointed. Scenarios were introduced, then dropped or forgotten, which didn’t make a lot of sense. And time after time, Diana has blamed the slow progress of the book on her “historical research”, but there really wasn’t that much reference to historical events. I think she, like George RR Martin before her, was just too caught up in the tv show to bother with the book.
    And the mistakes…..this always bugs me…how can an author not remember her own characters? Let me help you Diana…. Ian is “Wolf’s brother”, not “ He who walks with wolves” 🙄, and the last time Claire saw Joseph (Ulysses) was not at River Run, but at her own house when he accompanied Jocasta and Duncan on their way through to Canada….
    Lots of loose ends, which is to be expected, since we all know there is one more book coming, however, are Davina Porter and I going to live long enough to be able to read it? I think the fan base is going to fall off dramatically if we’re forced to wait another 7 years for the conclusion. After reading this installment, it’s probably not even worth it. I mean, does anybody even care anymore if we get the last Game of Thrones book?

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    • Eirin Mikalsen Orum
    • 27/11/2021

    Not as good as expected

    Having loved every single book in the series, I did not foresee the turn this book would take. Unfortunately, it seems as if Diana Gabaldon has had some kind of religious awakening, and it oozes out of half the chapters of this book. God this, the Bible that, and saints and all kinds of religious paraphernalia to boot.

    As someone who is rather anti-religious, I was willing to suffer through some of this for a good story or three, and getting closer to the characters. Unfortunately, that was not what I found. The stories closely resembled ones in earlier books, and the only real character development was William taking a tiny step towards adult responsibilities.

    I never anticipated being so disappointed in this book, and feel that some of it must be my fault. But surely the editors could have cut down somewhat on the repetitions and asked for more character development?

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    • Maria
    • 28/11/2021

    Not the best of the series

    I was happy to revisit this lovely characters. For me the best part is alway Jaime and Claire interaction. I also loved Bree and Willie chapters, but I was disappointed in the story overall. No character growth, abandoned plot lines, forced scenarios and ridiculous coincidences. The story was all over the place.

    I really wanted to love it. I am going to re-read the book in a few days to see if my opinion changes, but for now just I am just underwhelmed.

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    • EM
    • 23/11/2021

    Thank you!

    I have been eagerly waiting for the book I preordered the first day it was possible. In the meantime, I listened again to the last few chapters of A Breath of Snow and Ashes. I check shortly after midnight but it finally dropped in at 2:30 AM. The first two chapters immediately closed the gap and reassured me I was back in Fraser’s Ridge with my friends.

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    • Victoria E. Young
    • 27/11/2021

    Not my favorite of the series.

    I love the characters, but feel this book holds waaay too many flashbacks/recaps and explanations of thoughts - there really isn't as much plot to it as previous books, yet it is insanely long! 2/3 of it could have been cut and it would've been much more enjoyable for me and had me looking forward to the last book in the series. This left me wishing this had been the last one.

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    • Lauri C
    • 30/11/2021

    Very disappointing

    I agree with the reader Eirin from Norway, there is way too much emphasis on religion. If I had wanted to read a religious based book I would have. Instead, a time-travel/love story that is supposed to be historical fiction is steeped in Catholic and Protestant religion - and is extremely prejudiced about anyone not practicing some form of Christianity. It was also written in a very choppy form with regurgitated stories, little plot development and too much time spent on miscellaneous characters. As a huge fan of the Outlander book series and television series, I am hugely disappointed in this phoned-in, 9th installment that is part catechism, part re-telling of the prior wonderful 8 books. I would not recommend this book to anyone and will tell my family and friends they can feel free to take a pass on this one.

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    • Diana E. Williams
    • 01/12/2021

    Disappointed

    This was the first book of the Outlander series that has left me disappointed. I have waited, re-read, and re-listened to the first 8 books in preparation for this book. It was full of repetition, very little character development and several mistakes made by Diana about her character's history.
    This felt like I was reading numerous, incomplete stories with side characters I didn't care to hear about.
    There were also so many story lines that seemed to have just gotten lost in the book. I did not know there was going to be a 10th book so I was so disappointed in so many things left unfinished and an major cliffhanger.
    There were times in this book I had to force myself to not fast forward through sections. I hope Diana goes back to her previous storytelling in the next book, told for her faithful readers, not written to catch up all the television series newcomers. I hope I can try to read this book again and like it more, otherwise I can't see me caring to wait for the next 7 years for book 10. And that makes me sad.

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    • Kitty .
    • 28/11/2021

    Recap of all the other books!

    If you are a fan, you will be disappointed. Anything new could have been covered in a couple of hours. Then some of the stories seemed rushed, I don't get it! The rest were flashbacks, and explanation of when this and that. I waited for such a long time for this and planned and scheduled myself for this book. I'm dissatisfied, nothing like all the other books, Perhaps the next one wont take as long and it wont be filled with the past.

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    • Meaghan Bynum
    • 25/11/2021

    It ends on a cliffhanger.

    I have just finished this book. I really loved it, but I wasn’t surprised by that. If anyone wants to know. I read this book at speeds varying from 2.6% speed and 3.1 speed. Divina Porter is a fantastic narrator as always. I love that the story picked up up where book 8 ended. I also love that we got to see characters from some of the older books and see their stories wrap up. I will warn everyone though it does in on a cliffhanger. That was hard, but I can always wait for book 10.
    What I love about this series is that the characters remain consistent and interesting. Well done Diana and Davina! I thoroughly enjoyed it and am excited for book 10. It was worth the almost 7.5 year wait.
    PS, for those of you who are curious, I finished the book in 17 hours and 12 minutes.

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    • Dogs, Cats, and Kids
    • 01/12/2021

    Not as cohesive as the other books

    The story feels rushed. To many new situations and characters that were not resolved or dealt with, and old characters almost ignored. Dottie and Denny, barely mentioned. Agnes baby and marriage ignored. Bree's pregnancy was barely mentioned before she had the baby. This book felt like is was ghost-written by someone who didn't fully grasp all the storyines.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 20/01/2022

    Disappointing

    After all this wait, the book was very much a disappointment to me. I re-listened to all the previous books in anticipation of the new book, finished this daunting task in 5 months. I was so excited to listen to the new book, but disappointed by the many shortcomings. People started to have new names, side stories were completely dropped, new ones showed up to never be completed. The ending of the book is like the author just ran out of time.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 03/12/2021

    A pleasure!

    What an extraordinary voice! I love Davina Porter reading!!! I couldn't wait for the story to continue and was greatful as I realized Mrs Porter is reading again. Thanks for a great time listening!

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    • Anna N.
    • 14/12/2021

    Wunderbar gelesener Epos - So sollen Hörbücher sei

    Vorweg: Ja, das Buch hat Längen. Es werden eine Vielzahl von Charakteren ausführlich in ihrem Alltag begleitet und das Buch endet mit einem Cliffhanger, viele Fragen bleiben offen. Gerade als Hörbuch gefallen mir jedoch die häufigen Szenenwechsel, das atmosphärische und die detailreichen Schilderungen. Ich fühle mich in diese andere Zeit und in ein anderes Land versetzt. Davina Porter macht als Sprecherin einen zauberhaften Job. Ihre Stimme ist angenehm, die Betonung für meinen Geschmack genau richtig und die für die unterschiedlichen Charaktere verwendeten unterschiedlichen Stimmlagen sind genau richtig passend, lebhaft aber nie übertrieben. Hoffentlich wird sie auch den nächsten Outlander Roman lesen!

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