As a matter of pure coincidence, I just started listening to Outlander on Audiobook this week and now I find this news.
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This is the Harry Potter of romance series, and it's a wonderful, if lengthly, read. The books are fantastic and there is nothing gay about these books...well, except for one or two characters. I hope the screen does them proud and hope that us Outlander fans won't be disappointed. It's amazing and I've been waiting for years for it to be adapted into a film.
Especially if you're going to invest in the entire series. I have read all the books , some 3 or 4 times while waiting on the next one to come out. The story I believe could appeal to both genders, if written correctly.
Enjoying them again, in audiobook so I can do it at work, and now news of the movie. 18 Okay first off I would like to say that this series of stories is a god send, it got me hooked into looking at my own Scottish heritage and loving it all the more.
I would like to point out to all the guys and gals that happen to think this amazing woman's work is just some silly paperback romance novel, and just mention she spent years doing research on a culture she had no idea about, her books are classified under historical fiction, because that's what they resolve around, the historical aspects of 18th century Scotland during the Second Rising of the Stuarts all the way to the happenings of the American Revolution.
9 They're not your typical bodice-ripping Harlequin romance novels.
There's blood, witch trials, soirees with French society, voodoo rituals..are fantastic books and I am re-reading the series now for the umpteenth time.
Quite frankly, I'd rather see this as a 12-hour mini-series on HBO, where they can really delve into the story.
10 First, its been optioned before, as a TV mini-series but the option expired.
I'm just trying to figure out who'd they cast as Claire and Jamie.