Outlander by Diana Gabaldon was recommended to me. I had honestly only ever heard of this book because it’s on so many ‘lists’ and because I LOVE lists, I decided not to ignore this recommendation and actually picked up a copy of this MASSIVE book. I was not expecting an 850 page monster so I decided to be strategic and read it as my last book of 2018. And I loved it. I fell in love with the story and the characters and I couldn’t get enough. So much so, that I devoured all 850 pages in around 6 days.
I felt empowered and inspired after reading her words and encouragement and I hope you will read this and find the same positive energy that I did. And I truly hope you will pass the encouragement along to others.
Summer is winding down… but your sense of adventure doesn’t have to! I’m definitely a young’n… people love to remind
Sager’s writing will lure you to the point of no return.
Franqui’s writing and expert storytelling come together to form a novel with a very strong message that truly needs to be heard more often. The novel follows the story of a Bengali widow, Pival, who begins a road trip through America with the ultimate goal of finding her son but also finds acceptance on the way.