Outlander Book Club: Written in My Own Heart’s Blood Chapter 32 breakdown

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Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter

This chapter certainly foreshadows trouble. Rob Cameron is not working alone. Who can Bree and Roger trust?

With the element of time travel, is it possible that people have gone through the stones? We don’t know much about Rob’s knowledge of time travel, but I think he must know something. After all, he stole the letters and it’s clear from them that Bree and Roger are communicating with people in the 18th century who know them. He knows Jem has been in the past.

There is trouble in the past. That we know of in Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone, and I’m sure this part foreshadows all of what’s to come.

Adapting the Written in My Own Heart’s Blood chapter

I expect to see this chapter used in Outlander Season 7. We know Rob Cameron is going to be in it, so I suspect that we’ll get a lot of Bree and Roger’s story from this part of Written in My Own Heart’s Blood in Season 7. The chapters are short enough to give us one episode that focuses on Roger and Bree’s storyline. To pull out the drama, maybe half the season will be focused on this and then Season 8 can be them getting back in the past.

There is no way we can’t have this chapter. The only reason I could see it not working is if the show couldn’t get Iona Claire back. Of course, with the show recasting Jenny, there is always the possibility of Fiona also being recast to make the storylines work.

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