It’s finally time to say goodbye to Stephen Bonnet in Outlander Book 6, Chapter 117
It’s taken two books to get to this point, but the permanent goodbye to Stephen Bonnet is finally here in Outlander Book 6, Chapter 117. It’s also a poetic way of doing things.
We knew from the previous chapter that Bree was up to something. She wanted to do something while Bonnet was being executed, but Roger didn’t know what it was. Well, she opens up about what she wants in this chapter, and we see her wishes happen.
Of course, Roger isn’t too happy about what Bree wants to do. He even offers to do it himself, but Bree won’t let him. She has to be the one to kill Bonnet.
One thing that I love about this chapter is that Bree believes she should live up to her word. She made a promise, and she is going to go through with that promise. She really is her father’s daughter.
We did see this chapter play out a little, and I’ll get to my thoughts on the way the series handled the adaptation in that section. As for foreshadowing, I don’t really see anything. I’ll get to that in the foreshadowing section of this post.
Let’s dive into A Breath of Snow and Ashes Chapter 117.