Roger goes through the stones in Outlander Book 4, Chapter 33
We get to the point where Roger goes through the stones. It’s only taken us to just more than halfway through Outlander Book 4 to get to this point.
He has Fiona by his side, as she helps to open the stones and make the journey through as safe as possible. This is probably the most prepared anyone has been going through the stones, maybe except for Geillis. Of course, we haven’t got to see Brianna’s trip through, but we know that she has gone to the past.
It’s not surprising that the chapter was used in the series, but it wasn’t fully used. There were parts of it that had to be cut out due to time, but many parts were filmed. They’re part of the deleted scenes now, with the bits cut out being, arguably, the least important parts of the chapter.
After all, we just needed to get to the point of Roger going to the past.
There is a tiny bit of foreshadowing in this short chapter, but it’s for books way down the line. Let’s dive into Drums of Autumn Chapter 33.