Diana Gabaldon’s Daily Lines offer a snippet about Brian Fraser

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Diana Gabaldon shared a special Daily Lines post on Father’s Day. Rather than a passage from a previous book, she shared a minor spoiler for Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone and it included Brian Fraser.

When it comes to national days, Diana Gabaldon often shares passages from previous books. That’s been the case for the likes of the day of the Paul Revere passed the message that the British soldiers had arrived and on Mother’s Day. Father’s Day was a little different this year, with a passage from the upcoming “Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone.

Daily Lines from the ninth Outlander book are popular with the fans. There are spoilers, though–this is the case for those who aren’t caught up and those who are, since this is a book that hasn’t been released yet. However, the spoilers for those caught up are only minor.

A talk of Brian Fraser

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For Father’s Day this year, Gabaldon shared a passage of Roger and Jamie talking about Brian Fraser, the man Brianna is named after. Roger had the chance to meet Brian and see just why Jamie has such good memories of his father. He was hospitable and welcoming.

What’s important in this scene is the way that the relationship between Roger and Jamie has grown and developed. We’ll get to see them just meeting in Outlander Season 4, and here they are discussing their fathers and traveling through time. In “Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone,” Jamie is Roger’s father-in-law, but is also a friend and confidante. It’s going to be fun to see this relationship blossom over the next few years.

You can check out the full Daily Lines from Diana Gabaldon about Brian Fraser below.

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Posted by Diana Gabaldon on Sunday, June 17, 2018

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