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Voyager   Author(s) Diana Gabaldon Country United States Language English Series Outlander series (book 3) Genre(s) Historical novel Publisher Delacorte Press Publication date December 1, 1993 Media type Print (Paperback) Pages 1072 (mass market paperback) ISBN 0-440-21756-3 OCLC Number 31471793 Preceded by Dragonfly in Amber (novel) Followed by Drums of Autumn (novel) Voyager, book three in the best-selling Outlander series, was written by Diana Gabaldon. The storyline centers on a time-travelling 20th-century doctor (Claire Randall Fraser) and her 18th-century Scottish husband (Jamie Fraser), and is set in Scotland, France, and America. The heroine of the bestselling Outlander, Claire, returns in Voyager as a mother to Brianna Ellen Randall and living in Boston in the year 1965. The preceding novel, Dragonfly in Amber, ended with Claire and Brianna coming to grips with the truth of the identity of Brianna's real father, Jamie Fraser, and Claire's travel through time. In Voyager, Claire and Brianna trace Jamie's life since the battle of Culloden during the Scottish Rising. Discovering Jamie survived the massacre that heralded the destruction of many clans in Scotland sends Claire back to the stone circle that first hurtled her through time - twenty years before. v · d · eWorks by Diana Gabaldon Outlander Outlander (1991) • Dragonfly in Amber (1992) • Voyager (1994) • Drums of Autumn (1997) • The Fiery Cross (2001) • A Breath of Snow and Ashes (2005) • An Echo in the Bone (2009) Lord John Lord John and the Hellfire Club (1998) • Lord John and the Private Matter (2003) • Lord John and the Succubus (2003) • Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (2007) • Lord John and the Haunted Soldier (2007) • The Custom of the Army (2010) • Lord John and the Scottish Prisoner (Forthcoming) Other The Outlandish Companion (1999) • Naked Came the Phoenix (2001) This article about a historical novel is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e