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Perfect readers of the bestselling Outlander novels—and don’t miss the revised and updated first volume of The Outlandish Companion!

More than a decade ago, #1 New York Times bestselling author Diana Gabaldon delighted her legions of fans with The Outlandish Companion, an indispensable guide to all the Outlander books at the time. But that edition was just a taste of things to come. Since that publication, there have been four more Outlander novels, a side series, assorted novellas, and one smash-hit Starz original television series. Now Gabaldon serves up The Outlandish Companion, Volume Two, an all-new guide to the latest books in the series.
 
Written with Gabaldon’s signature wit and intelligence, this compendium is bursting with generous commentary and juicy insider details, including
 
• a complete chronology of the series thus far
• full synopses of The Fiery Cross, A Breath of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart’s Blood
• recaps of the Lord John Grey novels: Lord John and the Private Matter, Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade, Lord John and the Hand of Devils, and The Scottish Prisoner
• a who’s who of the cast of Outlander characters, cross-referenced by book
• detailed maps and floor plans
• a bibliographic guide to research sources
• essays on subjects as wide ranging as Outlandish controversies regarding sex and violence, the unique responsibilities of a writer of historical fiction, and Gabaldon’s writing process
• a guided tour of the clothes, food, and music of the eighteenth century
• a Scottish glossary and pronunciation guide
• personal photos from the author taken on the set of the Starz Outlander series
 
As entertaining, sweeping, and addictive as the series itself, this second volume of The Outlandish Companion is a one (or two)-of-a-kind gift from an incomparable author.

About the Author

Diana Gabaldon is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the wildly popular Outlander novels— Outlander, Dragonfly in Amber, Voyager, Drums of Autumn, The Fiery Cross, A Breath of Snow and Ashes (for which she won a Quill Award and the Corine International Book Prize), An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart’s Blood—as well as the related Lord John Grey books Lord John and the Private Matter, Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade, Lord John and the Hand of Devils, and The Scottish Prisoner; one work of nonfiction, The Outlandish Companion; and the Outlander graphic novel The Exile. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, with her husband.

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THE FIERY CROSS
 
I woke to the patter of rain on canvas, with the feel of my first husband’s kiss on my lips.
 
PART 1: IN MEDIAS RES
 
It’s October of 1770, and the Frasers of Fraser’s Ridge have come to a great Gathering on Mount Helicon (now known as Grandfather Mountain). In the morning, Claire wakes in a tent beside her husband, Jamie, from a dream of her first husband, Frank. It’s her daughter Brianna’s wedding day, and as Claire admits to herself, what could be more natural than that both her daughter’s fathers should be there?
 
Brianna’s wedding to Roger MacKenzie is not the only notable occurrence of the day. Claire has barely got her stockings on before a company of Highland soldiers, sent by the governor of the colony, William Tryon, is drawn up by the creek to issue a proclamation from the governor, demanding the surrender of persons known to have taken part in the Hillsborough riots—some of whom are in fact at the Gathering.
 
Thus begins a Very Long Day, during which all of the events and story lines that will be carried on through the book begin:
 
1. Brianna and Roger’s relationship. They love each other madly and want nothing more than to be married and together forever. But. Brianna is hesitant about having more children; she doesn’t know for sure who her son Jemmy’s father is—it could be Roger, but she’s terribly afraid that it might be Stephen Bonnet, the pirate who raped her. Roger has claimed Jemmy as his own—but he desperately wants another child, one he knows is his. Orphaned in infancy, he’s been alone in the world for a long time.
 
Brianna’s hesitation is twofold: She’s a young woman; Jemmy would be self-sufficient in fifteen years; she could at that point try to return to the future, to the twentieth-century world that is hers by right. But not if she has more children, who would anchor her to the past. Also, childbirth is dangerous; one of the women at the Gathering has kindly given her some embroidery silk—with which to adorn her shroud, which by tradition she should begin making the day after the wedding. “That way, I’ll have it woven and embroidered by the time I die in childbirth. And if I’m a fast worker, I’ll have time to make one for you, too—otherwise, your next wife will have to finish it!”
 
But how can she deny Roger what she knows he wants so badly?
 
2. Jamie’s relationship with Governor Tryon, which is delicate to begin with. The governor has given Jamie a large grant of land, on condition that he people it with settlers. One of Jamie’s reasons for attending the Gathering is to recruit suitable immigrants from Scotland to come and homestead on his land—he’s looking particularly for ex-Jacobite prisoners, especially men who were imprisoned with him at Ardsmuir after Culloden and who may have survived transportation.
 
The delicate bit is that Jamie is a Catholic and thus not allowed to own land grants under English law. Governor Tryon knows this but has chosen to look the other way, for the sake of getting the backcountry—always a volatile trouble spot, full of discontented hunters, trappers, and small farmers, all pushing against the Indian Treaty Line and none of them paying taxes regularly—settled and stabilized.
 
However, the unspoken fact of Jamie’s Catholicism hangs over their dealings, and when Archie Hayes, commander of the company of Highland soldiers, presents Jamie with a letter from Tryon, appointing him colonel of militia and ordering him to collect “so many Men as you Judge suitable to serve in a Regiment of Militia, and make Report to me as soon as possible of the Number of Volunteers that are willing to turn out in the Service of their King and Country, when called upon, and also what Number of effective Men belong to your Regiment who can be ordered out in case of an Emergency, and in case any further Violence should be attempted to be committed by the Insurgents,” Jamie has no good way to refuse. As he tells Claire, “I must. Tryon’s got my ballocks in his hand, and I’m no inclined to see whether he’ll squeeze.”
 
Tryon’s concern with assembling a militia is the “Insurgents”—the Regulation, a growing movement of disaffected men in the mountainous western part of the state. What the Regulators want to regulate is government, which they see as abusive, non-representative, and generally a big nuisance. The governor, rather naturally, feels otherwise about the matter, but has no regular troops with which to impose his will.
 
3. Claire’s expanding medical practice and the conflicts engendered thereby. After a successful morning removing nasal polyps, stitching up a mauled dog, and butting heads with one Murray MacLeod, a rival practitioner, Claire is somewhat taken aback when Jamie tells her that he’s promised that she will remove Josiah Beardsley’s tonsils.
 
Josiah is very young but a capable hunter. Jamie wants to recruit him to the new settlement at Fraser’s Ridge, because of his youth. Men between sixteen and sixty are obliged to serve in the militia when summoned; Josiah is only fourteen and thus could remain behind to help provide the women and children of the Ridge with food and a stock of hides for later trading. Claire is a little dubious about performing a tonsillectomy sans anesthesia or operating facilities but agrees to try, once they’re back home.
 
Her medical practice has other side benefits. She mends the arm and draws the tooth of a Mr. Goodwin, a solid citizen hurt in the Hillsborough riot, who later is of use to her in obtaining access to the priest, Father Kenneth. For Claire, her relationship with Jamie is drawing her further and further from her life in the modern world and her sense of identity; her ties to medicine and her destiny as a healer are what enable her to make that transition.
 
4. The brewing unrest in the backcountry. Several of the men who rioted in Hillsborough—tearing down houses, beating men who held public office, and driving the chief justice out of his courthouse and into hiding—are at the Gathering, and we hear their stories of dispossession for unpaid taxes (taxes must be paid in coin—despite the fact that there is virtually no cash money in the colony and most business is done by barter), oppression by the Crown (in the person of Governor Tryon), and death. This ferment will eventually erupt into what’s known as the War of the Regulation, where “Regulators” from the mountain backcountry (taxes and representation being what they want to regulate) clash with the governor and the prosperous merchants and plantation owners of the coast.
 
The War of the Regulation is the beginning of the breakdown of law in the colony of North Carolina—and will provide fertile soil for the later Revolution.
 
5. Lizzie Wemyss and her father. Lizzie is the very young bond servant that Brianna brought from Scotland; Jamie has found her father—sold as an indentured servant—and purchased his indenture. He releases Joseph Wemyss from his bond but chooses not to make that fact publicly known, so that Mr. Wemyss will be not required to serve in the militia and can stay at home to help mind the property and people of the Ridge.
 
Lizzie has become a woman—i.e., had her menarche—at the Gathering and is thus now a prospect for love and marriage, as witnessed by her shy flirtation with one of the young soldiers.
 
6. Rosamund Lindsay and Ronnie Sinclair. Ronnie Sinclair is a cooper and one of the ex-Ardsmuir men whom Jamie invites to settle on the Ridge. Fiercely loyal to Jamie, he is constantly on the lookout for a wife and constantly at odds with Rosamund, a Bostonian lady of some two hundred pounds and decided opinions on most things, especially the proper way to cook barbecue.
 
7. Roger’s relationship with Jamie. This has been strained, ever since Jamie and his nephew Young Ian gave Roger to the Mohawk as a slave (in Drums of Autumn), under the mistaken impression that he had raped Brianna. Roger was rescued and apologies given and accepted—but as a result of the unfortunate affair, Young Ian remained with the Mohawk, to be adopted by the Indians in replacement of a man Roger had killed. Jamie bitterly regrets the loss of his beloved nephew, and while he struggles to accept that it was not Roger’s fault, the awareness lingers.
 
Beyond that—and the undeniable fact that Roger did take Brianna’s virginity, albeit with her full consent (Jamie being somewhat more protective than the average eighteenth-century father, which is saying something)—Roger is keenly aware that he is a poor substitute for Young Ian, lacking most of the skills that are useful or valued in the eighteenth century. This is brought home to him forcefully when he learns that Jamie has engaged a man to be factor for the Ridge—the man who will take care of affairs there in Jamie’s absence—and it isn’t Roger. Normally, the “son of the house,” whether true son, foster son, or son-in-law, would perform this office, and the fact that Roger has been passed over in this way seems a deliberate insult.
 

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Sheila M
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Useful Guide and Companion to the Outlander Series Both Books and Television
Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2015
This enormous book is the second companion volume to the popular Outlander series. As the title states, it covers the content of the series beginning with THE FIERY CROSS and ending with WRITTEN IN MY OWN HEART''S BLOOD. The book, however, really covers the entirety of the... See more
This enormous book is the second companion volume to the popular Outlander series. As the title states, it covers the content of the series beginning with THE FIERY CROSS and ending with WRITTEN IN MY OWN HEART''S BLOOD. The book, however, really covers the entirety of the series including information and discussion about the hit Outlander television series. Along with the expected synopses of the books, this companion also provides various essays by Gabaldon in which she discusses issues regarding the series as a whole.

The book includes:

A synopsis of the entire series through MY OWN HEART''S BLOOD.

Synopses of the novels in the series after THE FIERY CROSS (including the Lord John Grey novels which are a spin-off of the main series)

A guide to the characters in the series

An Essay on Sex and Violence -- this was my favorite essay of the bunch. Gabaldon really examines and puts forth her opinions responding to the criticism of her series with regards to the sexual violence depicted in them.

An Essay on History and Historical fiction including the justification of falsity in historical fiction

A guide to the Scottish language as used in the books including a pronunciation guide

An essay on writing

A section on the people who work on the Outlander television series

Some maps and floor plans

Recommended books

Bibliography of the books Gabaldon uses to underpin the writing of the Outlander books

Some photographs from the set of the television show

Outlander family tree

This book is for fans of the series, but also anyone who wants to know more about the process of creating these novels. I like the series but am not a hardcore fan and I enjoyed learning more about the series and reminding me of details to which I didn''t pay attention. This is a book that you can dip into at your leisure to explore different issues. I especially liked the incorporation of the information about the television series and the contrast with the actual books in the series.
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N. Baldwin
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THE VERY BEST SCOTTISH FICTIONAL READING ENTERTAINMENT AND HISTORY AVAILABLE
Reviewed in the United States on October 9, 2017
These Companion volumes are real works of art. They ans. most if not all questions any thoughtful reader of the 8 volumes in the current Outlander series may bring up, and more! They give not only synopsis of each book covered but discuss why certain characters act as they... See more
These Companion volumes are real works of art. They ans. most if not all questions any thoughtful reader of the 8 volumes in the current Outlander series may bring up, and more! They give not only synopsis of each book covered but discuss why certain characters act as they do; they list and identify all the characters, real and created and their place in the stories. They even elaborate on the Celtic languages and give interpretations of meanings into English along with pronunciation guides! I have yet to find a question I developed, having read all 8 books twice, whose ans. was not within these 2 wonderful compendiums. There is history, language, the writers reasoning for using language, sexuality, and motives for character actions. As well as recipes, list of medicinal plants, resources for reader to go further in all areas-lists of the authors resources........you could hardly ask for more of an author.....she even ans. questions brought up on her many promotional tours, with humor, thoughtfulness and reason.
In my humble opinion, and I have read every book (including the Lord John Grey series), this is some of the finest mixture of fiction and history ever to have become available to the reading public..........and there is also a TV series (on Starz) and yes, another eagerly anticipated volume in the works!
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Outlander Explorations with a Native Guide
Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2015
Full of insights. The Gaelic section is completely re-organized and is much easier to use as a reference. The chapter on the craft of writing alone is worth the price of admission. Those of us who have secretly turned in first drafts our entire lives are exonerated! I truly... See more
Full of insights. The Gaelic section is completely re-organized and is much easier to use as a reference. The chapter on the craft of writing alone is worth the price of admission. Those of us who have secretly turned in first drafts our entire lives are exonerated! I truly appreciate Diana Gabaldon''s willingness to share her creative process. It gives hope to us all. And then, of course, there is her sense of humor.....
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Sarah R
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Wonderful snapshots of her stories!
Reviewed in the United States on June 25, 2016
This is a synopsis of the 5th - 8th books of the Outlander series as well as the Lord John Grey books that Diana Gabaldon has written up to this point in time. It does NOT give the complete stories, but rather synopses of each story and brief snapshots of the stories... See more
This is a synopsis of the 5th - 8th books of the Outlander series as well as the Lord John Grey books that Diana Gabaldon has written up to this point in time. It does NOT give the complete stories, but rather synopses of each story and brief snapshots of the stories themselves. It also gives Herself''s thoughts regarding rape in response to readers'' criticism of this subject in her works.
If someone is a true fan of Diana Gabaldon''s work, as I am, they will love this book as it gives a brief overview of each story (and their many individual storylines!) without giving away "the meat" of it. Well worth the investment to further my collection of all things written by Diana Gabaldon!
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Leslie
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Outlandish Companion, Vol. II
Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2015
Difficult to define as this is a collection of synopsis and essays relating to the last 3 books in the series generally just called "Outlander" . It includes, not only the synopsis of A Breath of Snow and Ashes, Echo in the Bone and Written in My Own Heart''s Blood... See more
Difficult to define as this is a collection of synopsis and essays relating to the last 3 books in the series generally just called "Outlander" . It includes, not only the synopsis of A Breath of Snow and Ashes, Echo in the Bone and Written in My Own Heart''s Blood (MOBY), there are a list sources for information for Diana Gabaldon''s research, The Gaelic, The Cookery, herbs, family trees, a list of all characters, also includes information on the television series based on Book One of the series.

Even the writing about the synopsis of the books by Diana Gabaldon (aka Herself) is fun to read and gives great enjoyment. I go back to the original Companion frequently for information, I am sure this volume will also end up with numerous post-its as well.

Well worth having to complete your library of books related to the series called Outlander.
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Psyohe
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$1.99 but charged $2.99. Great book that explains her last few books in the Outlander series.
Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019
I love how Ms. Gabaldon write in great detail and love how much historical research she does when writing even though I hate waiting YEARS for her next book. It is always worth the wait though. This Volume II explains the half of her Outlander series and has many... See more
I love how Ms. Gabaldon write in great detail and love how much historical research she does when writing even though I hate waiting YEARS for her next book. It is always worth the wait though. This Volume II explains the half of her Outlander series and has many interesting facts that she dug up.
I took 1 star off, because I received an email with an Amazon link that said "for today only 1.99 ebook". I rechecked the email date because when I ordered it it was $2.99, not $1.99. False advertising? Just a mistake? I don''t know, but there is nothing I can do about it.
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Jacki Gray
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the most incredible writing I have EVER enjoyed, and I am a big book fan
Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2015
This is the 2nd non-fiction companion to her series, the most incredible writing I have EVER enjoyed, and I am a big book fan,especially historical fiction. Diana has ruined other writers for me by raising the bar.
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Cotton
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As good as the first Companion.
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2019
Really appreciate the Gaelic dictionary. The perfect glass of iced tea for thirsty fans as they dwell in Droughtlander periods. I have fun filling in my own fantasy answers for all of the questions I have about the characters, but it is wonderful to have Diana share what... See more
Really appreciate the Gaelic dictionary. The perfect glass of iced tea for thirsty fans as they dwell in Droughtlander periods. I have fun filling in my own fantasy answers for all of the questions I have about the characters, but it is wonderful to have Diana share what she has further created. I like the book synopsis for reference - if there''s a quote or scene I want from the book, the synopsis helps me narrow where in the book I can find it. (Not that I mind reading any of Outlander again...) Great for comparison to TV series as well.
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Sandy Sodini
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Une encyclopédie!
Reviewed in Canada on August 16, 2020
Si vous êtes fans de la série Outlander, ce volume est un must! On y retrouve plein d''informations intéressantes sur tout plein de sujets. Les deux volumes valent la peine! Plusieurs détails ne se retrouvant pas dans les livres de la série sont inclus dans ceux-ci. J''adore!
Si vous êtes fans de la série Outlander, ce volume est un must! On y retrouve plein d''informations intéressantes sur tout plein de sujets. Les deux volumes valent la peine! Plusieurs détails ne se retrouvant pas dans les livres de la série sont inclus dans ceux-ci. J''adore!
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Jessica
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Interesting, detailed and entertaining
Reviewed in Italy on November 19, 2015
The O.C. Volume Two is a must-read for any devoted Outlander fan, especially if you have read and appreciated the first Companion. Even if Diana has been around for a long time, there''s always some new background and some obscure and amusing fact to learn from her witty and...See more
The O.C. Volume Two is a must-read for any devoted Outlander fan, especially if you have read and appreciated the first Companion. Even if Diana has been around for a long time, there''s always some new background and some obscure and amusing fact to learn from her witty and fresh narrative. Seriously, I could read her account of a grocery shopping session... oh, wait, I did (in the first Companion) and it was really entertaining. And then there''s the insight in the production of the TV show, a glimpse of which was already added in the second edition of the first Companion. The essays by Terry Dresbach (costumist), Bear McReary (composer), the lady who superintended the historical accuracy of plants and medicine (I can''t for the life of me remember her name and I don''t have the book near me) and - last but not least - Adhamh O''Broin, the Gàidhlig (Scottish Gaelic) expert, are absolutely the cherry on top.
The O.C. Volume Two is a must-read for any devoted Outlander fan, especially if you have read and appreciated the first Companion. Even if Diana has been around for a long time, there''s always some new background and some obscure and amusing fact to learn from her witty and fresh narrative. Seriously, I could read her account of a grocery shopping session... oh, wait, I did (in the first Companion) and it was really entertaining.
And then there''s the insight in the production of the TV show, a glimpse of which was already added in the second edition of the first Companion. The essays by Terry Dresbach (costumist), Bear McReary (composer), the lady who superintended the historical accuracy of plants and medicine (I can''t for the life of me remember her name and I don''t have the book near me) and - last but not least - Adhamh O''Broin, the Gàidhlig (Scottish Gaelic) expert, are absolutely the cherry on top.
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Typically brilliant Diana Gabaldon fare
Reviewed in Canada on December 23, 2016
Borrowed this book from the library so often, figured it was time I had my own copy, as an addition to volume one. Any Outlander fan (as I''ve been for more than 20 years) will thoroughly enjoy both volumes. Many insights and extra information into the world of Outlander and...See more
Borrowed this book from the library so often, figured it was time I had my own copy, as an addition to volume one. Any Outlander fan (as I''ve been for more than 20 years) will thoroughly enjoy both volumes. Many insights and extra information into the world of Outlander and all the following books.
Borrowed this book from the library so often, figured it was time I had my own copy, as an addition to volume one. Any Outlander fan (as I''ve been for more than 20 years) will thoroughly enjoy both volumes. Many insights and extra information into the world of Outlander and all the following books.
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The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

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The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale

The Outlandish Companion Volume Two: The Companion outlet sale to The Fiery Cross, A Breath sale of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, and Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander) outlet sale