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The Outlander Series is a collection of fiction works by Diana Gabaldon that include elements of romantic fiction, historical fiction, mystery, adventure, and science fiction. The stories focus on two main characters, Claire Randall and Jamie Fraser, and their adventures in the 18th and 20th centuries.

The unabridged audiobook recordings are narrated by Davina Porter, while the abridged versions of the first six novels are narrated by Geraldine James.




Related Works


This is the chronology of all Outlander-related works by Diana Gabaldon.

0.1 Virgins (1740)

1. Outlander (1743/1946)

1.1 The Exile: An Outlander Graphic Novel (1743)[1]

2. Dragonfly in Amber (1744-1746/1968)

2.1 A Fugitive Green (1744)

3. Voyager (1746-1767/1968)

3.1 Past Prologue (1755/21st century)
3.2 Lord John and the Hellfire Club (1756)
3.3 Lord John and the Private Matter (1757)
3.4 Lord John and the Succubus (1757)
3.5 Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (1758)
3.6 Lord John and the Haunted Soldier (1758)
3.7 The Custom of the Army (1759)
3.8 The Scottish Prisoner (1760)
3.9 A Plague of Zombies (1761)
3.10 Besieged (1762)

4. Drums of Autumn (1767-1770/1969-1971)

4.1 The Outlandish Companion[2]

5. The Fiery Cross (1770-1772)

6. A Breath of Snow and Ashes (1773-1776/1980)

7. An Echo in the Bone (1776-1778/1980)

7.1 The Space Between (1778)

8. Written in My Own Heart's Blood (1739/1778-1779/1980)

8.1 A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows (1739/1940s)[3]
8.2 The Outlandish Companion, Vol. II[4]

9. Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone (1779-?)



  1. The novel covers the first third of Outlander from Jamie's perspective.
  2. The first Companion covers the first four books in the main series.
  3. Part of the story precedes the timeline of the main series, part coincides with Written in My Own Heart's Blood.
  4. The second Companion covers books five through eight in the main series, as well as the Lord John stories published through 2015.

See also