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  1. Jen in Phoenix says:

    Ginger and Summer–

    I am a few weeks behind listening to the podcast, but I just heard episode 71 on the way to work and I have to comment–

    My comment concerns the part where Frank Randall is giving a lecture at a university in Claire’s ‘dream’:

    I think it is NOT a coincidence that Frank has a picture of Jamie that he shows the students during the lecture. I think that this lecture possibly takes place AFTER Frank has searched and found the historical remnants of Jamie (and Claire), after Claire has returned from her 3-year ‘visit’ to the 1700’s (and after Bree is born). We know that Frank ‘finds’ Jamie by discovering a few mentions of him in historical documents: he discusses this in another book when he talks about making the fake gravestone with Jamie’s name. Some of the things he said in the lecture worked for me in two ways–he was talking to the students about the study of history and learning from historical objects– but I think he was ALSO talking about his marriage to Claire and how THAT became part of HIS history and how that was a remnant of HIS past. As I read this chapter I imagined that Frank was unknowingly using this lecture to try to come to terms with the fact that his real marriage/relationship to Claire had become part of history. Also, I think the way he discusses the objects during the lecture shows a little anger and a hint of martyrdom. He is trying to make history real for his students as he wallows in the fact that this history became ‘real’ for him in such a personal way. I bet this is part of what made Frank a great history lecturer–history was truly ‘real’ for him.

    I love your podcast and I love hearing your different interpretations of the text.

    Happy New Year,
    Jen in Phoenix

    • outlanderpod says:

      Jen, loved this! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and insights! We love hearing from listeners 🙂
      Don’t you love the many, many layers of the story, of the interpretations of these scenes and characters?
      Thank you for listening, and for making us think just a little more 🙂

  2. Brenda Spangler says:

    Hi, cant find the episode discussion for the wedding, listened to a delightful interview with Claire McKay…but would like to hear your thoughts about the wedding…

  3. Ali says:

    Love your podcast! I am currently reading Outlander and following your read-alongs. I recently bought Dragonfly in Amber and plan to read it in preparation for Season 2 =). Question: What editions of the books do you recommend? I was a little disappointed that my Outlander edition of the book was small and thick with small letters vs my D.I.A. was bigger. Kind of silly, but I want my book sizes to match. Thank you.

    • outlanderpod says:

      Ali, thank you so much for koshering! We both have the audiobooks, ebooks. S has the trade paperbacks and Ginger has hardbacks. If you want things to match overall, I believe your best bet is to invest in the trade paperbacks.
      Thank you for leaving a comment! We’d love to have you as a contributor to the show

  4. Sandy Serrano says:

    I am listening to you guys right now about Episode 201. It is very insightful and love the different points of view and information. I am a newbie to Outlander, binge watched season 1 in January on demand, am on book 3 and am in love with all things OUTLANDER! It has won my heart…I am so happy I found you all as well! 🙂 I will def keep listening. Thank you!!!

    • outlanderpod says:

      Sandy, welcome! It is an honor to count you as a listener and part of the Outlander family.

      And so happy you’re reading! Voyager is a *very* special book. Keep with it.

      We hope you’ll continue to comment here or even call in to be part of the show!

      Thank you for listening and leaving a comment.

  5. MandaM says:

    Hi Ginger and Summer,
    I just wanted to say hello and thank you so much for your podcasts.

    I’m only new to the Outlander world – started watching the show four weeks ago and am completely hooked now. I’m about to start the first book and am waiting for Season 2 to be available on Netflix (I’m in Australia).

    Anyway, just wanted to tell you how much I am loving the podcasts! They’re getting me through my studies. The only thing is, I have to keep stopping them because I find myself laughing so much, that I stop concentrating on homework.

    Loving you ladies and looking forward to listening to the rest of the episode discussions.

    • outlanderpod says:

      Manda, welcome to the community! We are thrilled to have you 🙂 Always glad to provide a laugh.
      How did you find us? What do you appreciate most about our show?

      • MandaM says:

        I think it was via twitter. I just really enjoy your opinions on the episodes and all the nuances you pick up on. Love the banter between the both of you, and your sense of humor. So many times I laugh at your comments, because its exactly what I was thinking while watching the ep. For example, all the times Claire just digs herself deeper and deeper when lying to BJR.

Let us know what you think! :)