The Scottish Prisoner: A Novel (Lord John)

The Scottish Prisoner - Diana Gabaldon I'm torn on this rating. In actuality I would give it a 3.5.The book is split between 2 narratives: Lord John Grey and Jamie Fraser. For John's portion of the book, I would rate it a 3, but for Jamie's I would rate it a 4. Reason being, I don't find Lord John an interesting character in the least. I know many do. But I don't. Jamie on the other hand.....well he's a scottish highlander. Need I say more?The plot itself takes place during Jamie's time spent as a parolled prisoner at Helwater. There we are introduced to his son Willie and gained some insight as to what went on during this particular phase of Jamie's life. I didn't find the storyline overly exciting based on the previous books involving Jamie and was a tad disappointed.Overall, it was still a good book and worth the read for any Diana Gabaldon fan :)