Wednesday, August 1, 2012

July poll results

Here are the results of the July poll:

What is your favorite opening line of the OUTLANDER books?
  • 34.51% - "It wasn't a very likely place for disappearances, at least at first glance." (OUTLANDER)
  • 28.17% - "He was dead." (VOYAGER)
  • 18.78% - "I woke to the patter of rain on canvas, with the feel of my first husband's kiss on my lips." (THE FIERY CROSS)
  • 11.03% - "I heard the drums long before they came in sight." (DRUMS OF AUTUMN)
  • 3.52% - "The pirate's head had disappeared." (AN ECHO IN THE BONE)
  • 2.11% - "Roger Wakefield stood in the center of the room, feeling surrounded." (DRAGONFLY IN AMBER)
  • 1.41% - "The dog sensed them first." (A BREATH OF SNOW AND ASHES)
  • 0.47% - Other
Here are the responses for "Other":
  • "Time is a lot of the things people say that God is." (ABOSAA - Prologue)
  • Torn between Outlander and Voyager.
There were 426 responses to this month's poll. Thanks very much to everyone who participated! I didn't vote in the poll myself, but I would have gone with "He was dead." It's always been my favorite opening line of Diana Gabaldon's books.

Please take a moment to vote in the August poll, which is all about getting other people to read the OUTLANDER books. Thanks!

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