Why you should read "Past Prologue"
I just finished reading Diana Gabaldon's latest story, "Past Prologue", co-written with Steve Berry, which was published on June 13 in an anthology called MATCHUP, edited by Lee Child.
Without getting into spoilers at all, let me just say that I thoroughly enjoyed this story, and I think it's a must-read for OUTLANDER fans! This post is my attempt to get the word out to fans everywhere that you're going to want to read this story.
Just like "A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows", this story packs a lot of action and a great deal of intriguing fodder for speculation into a small space, and I thought it was a very entertaining ride.
And yes, Jamie Fraser is in it. <g>
If you're a little nervous about the fact that this story was co-written with another author, really, don't worry about it! From the very first lines of "Past Prologue", Diana Gabaldon's "voice" comes through very clearly.
Note to those of you who are new to the OUTLANDER books: If you haven't read VOYAGER (book 3 of the OUTLANDER series), I would recommend waiting until you do, before reading this story. You'll appreciate "Past Prologue" a lot more if you've read VOYAGER.
For more information about "Past Prologue", including ordering information for the MATCHUP anthology in which the story appears, look here.