Jamie and Willie get to the Tuscarora village in Outlander Book 4, Chapter 29
We have a short chapter to end Part Seven in Drums of Autumn. However, it’s an important one for Jamie in Outlander Book 4.
He and Willie get to the Tuscarora village. They both immediately realize that there’s a problem, which means Jamie needs to go in alone. He can’t let anything happen to Willie.
For us as readers, we already mostly know what to expect. However, it’s probably not the horror that most readers probably thought Jamie would come across when he eventually made it to the Tuscarora village. After all, we had heard about how Mueller went on a rampage to get revenge.
This is a short chapter to end Part Seven. It comes in at a little more than 10 minutes long, but it’s important. And there’s a remark from Nacognaweto that stands out for me, especially on this reading after watching the fourth season again recently.
There isn’t too much in the way of foreshadowing in this chapter. It also wasn’t used in the show. Instead, the TV show added a bit of drama with Jamie and Willie out in the woods, which worked from a TV show point of view. Each episode needs something big to happen in it, which meant something had to happen to Jamie and Willie while out in the woods. I’ll get to that in the adaptation breakdown.
Let’s dive into Outlander Book 4, Chapter 29.