Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander Series #2).  Read it more times than I can count, but still absolutely love this book.

Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander Series #2)

Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander Series #2). Read it more times than I can count, but still absolutely love this book.

Books in order are: Outlander, Dragonfly In Amber, Voyager, Drums of Autumn, The Fiery Cross, Breath of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, Written in My Own Heart's Blood. Companions shown are: The Exile, A leaf on the Wind of All Hallows, A Trial of Fire, An Outlandish Companion

Books in order are: Outlander, Dragonfly In Amber, Voyager, Drums of Autumn, The Fiery Cross, Breath of Snow and Ashes, An Echo in the Bone, Written in My Own Heart's Blood. Companions shown are: The Exile, A leaf on the Wind of All Hallows, A Trial of Fire, An Outlandish Companion

Another must-listen from my #AudibleApp: "Dragonfly in Amber" by Diana Gabaldon, narrated by Davina Porter.

Another must-listen from my #AudibleApp: "Dragonfly in Amber" by Diana Gabaldon, narrated by Davina Porter.

Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander book 2). Almost as good as the first book.  This series has got me hooked enough to continue on to the third...despite their length.

Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander book 2). Almost as good as the first book. This series has got me hooked enough to continue on to the third...despite their length.

Ancient Amber - dragonfly -50 million years old! Fell into tree sap , now 50 million years later is perfectly preserved ( pity not a full of blood mosquito as could have used blood retained by mosquito for DNA replication / ok hit or miss what mosquito has sucking on when blood taken / but would be interesting to use a fine surgical quality drill to extract this preserved blood for replication of DNA as cloning technology is now advanced enough to facilitate this / but ethically problematic…

Ancient Amber - dragonfly -50 million years old! Fell into tree sap , now 50 million years later is perfectly preserved ( pity not a full of blood mosquito as could have used blood retained by mosquito for DNA replication / ok hit or miss what mosquito has sucking on when blood taken / but would be interesting to use a fine surgical quality drill to extract this preserved blood for replication of DNA as cloning technology is now advanced enough to facilitate this / but ethically problematic…

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