An Echo In The Bone - A Novel

by Diana Gabaldon | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 1409103625 Global Overview for this book
Registered by bloedengel of Vosselaar, Antwerpen / Anvers Belgium on 12/31/2017
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Journal Entry 1 by bloedengel from Vosselaar, Antwerpen / Anvers Belgium on Sunday, December 31, 2017
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Journal Entry 2 by wingMoriquenwing at Broechem, Antwerpen / Anvers Belgium on Wednesday, April 04, 2018
Might try this one myself. The lay-out of the book reminds me of Mosse's Labyrinth series and even the content seems to be slightly similar. Two stories developing simultaneously throughout the ages. However all of that might be done only to attract people like me! :D

Journal Entry 3 by wingMoriquenwing at Broechem, Antwerpen / Anvers Belgium on Sunday, August 25, 2019
I don't regret reading this book, butI do have some reservations. Firstly I found out it was book 7 in a series when I was about 100 pages into the book. My interest had been roused, I didn't stop at that point. It did complicate matters slighly, because you get a lot of references to other adventures that I could only guess at. Secondly it wasn't anything like what I expected. Did not see the time travelling aspect coming! :D
Third: I can imagine that these books (if they are all more or less like this) lend themselves very well for movie adaptation. I felt that there where quite a few pieces that could have been left out, making the book a little more fast paced (and not over a 1000 pages long). The difference between the middle of the book an the ending is huge in my eyes. (And obviously leaves quite a bit unanswered, so I'm guessing that there is a part 8 as well.)
In short the slow pace of the book was good for me as the entire story and its characters were new to me and I needed time to adjust, however some parts were completely redundant I'd say. Never the less I would like to read the first parts of this series.
Thanks for the book bloedengel. I'll let it travel somewhere else in due time.

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