I read Outlander for the first time when I was 12, and I have read it at least once a year since then (which would be an additional 23 times). Yes, I just told you my age. Moving on.
You see, that’s the beauty of the Outlander series. Each and every book can be read many times, each time finding something new. The stories are so complicated, the characters so nuanced, that the series has infinite rereading potential. So I was thrilled to see The Outlander Series Challenge from It’s a Book Life. Even better, my bestie is going to read along with me! She’s read the first five already, and she’s super excited for the rest. And even though she just recently read those five books, she’s ready to reread those on her way to the end of the series.
For those of you not obsessed with the Outlander series, here’s the entire series and the schedule for the challenge:
The Reading Schedule (The Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon in Order)
February – Outlander
March – Dragonfly in Amber
April – Voyager
May – Drums of Autumn
June –The Fiery Cross
July – A Breathe of Snow and Ashes
August – An Echo in the Bone
September – Written in My Own Hearts Blood
The Exile – A Graphic Novel
Lord John Grey Series
– Lord John and the Private Matter
– Lord John and the Hand of Devils
– Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade
– Scottish Prisoner
As we finish each book, Beth Anne (the bestie) and I will write a review together. The reviews will have their own category for easy access. We’ll be linking up the posts on It’s a Book Life, as well as back to this post.
We hope you’ll join us, read along, and comment on our reviews!