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Today I finished the Voyager by Diana Gabaldon, third book in the Outlander series. After I clicked my Kindle off button I sat there feeling as if I'd digested a huge multi course dinner. This is a very long book, over a thousand pages in print and 1751kb and I never tired of the story. That's saying a lot. As a speed reader, I've a bad habit of skimming but not with Ms. Gabaldon's books. The imagery and thrills, kept me riveted turning page after page. I didn't want to miss a word and at the end I wanted to let it digest. It's been a while since I'd read the first two books and I worried about picking back up the story line. A needless concern. In the Voyager, Ms. Gabaldon weaves a beautiful story that reminds the reader where Claire and Jamie have been in the past and leaves us satisfied at the end.
In the Voyager, Claire, and her grown daughter, discover Jamie did not die in the killing fields of Culloden. Torn between staying with her daughter or traveling through time and space she finds a way to return to Jamie. Her adventures in a divided Scotland and a daring voyage into the unknown for the love and passion weave a spell binding story not to be missed.
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I updated from Quicken that I had purchased a couple of years before, and before that I had a version from around 2008, before that I had a version from... so you get the point, I have had Quicken for many years. It was easy to update to the new version and it works like the old one. It did get rid of an annoying glitch. I had two bank cards from the same bank and for some reason they could not get the second bank card to update so I had to go logon to the bank and download the Quicken file once in awhile. That has now been fixed. I'm sure there are many new gadgets but I have not used them. It takes a very nice snapshot of everything that I have, and everything that I owe and tells me my networth, keeps track of all my accounts, let me see where all my money is going and that is about all that I use it for. It is a handy program and I back it up about once a month on an external hard drive. Losing the program and the files would be a huge mess, so the program is very important for keeping our financial records straight. Because of Quicken I gave up balancing my checkbook years ago, some find this shocking, I find it a relief.