Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter
There isn’t really much in the way of foreshadowing in this chapter. This is about plot development. We need to see that there is still a threat against Bree and her family. While time travel is dangerous, it’s the safest option right now. So, off they go through the stones.
I guess there is a small bit of foreshadowing the more I think about Mandy’s part in all this. She is the one who leads them all up to the stones. It’s clear that she knows what she’s doing and where she’s going. There is no fear in this young girl. We know that in Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone, she is the one who keeps the four of them together when they go back to Claire and Jamie.
Adapting the Written in My Own Heart’s Blood chapter
I think we need to see this chapter. Even if it’s not with Lionel Menzies included, we need to see Bree and the children go through the stones. There needs to be the threat of Cameron and the fear of going through the stones.
After all, this is all leading to Bree and Roger being reunited. We need to see the steps for that to happen. I would like to see Menzies so we know someone else knows about time travel, but I think I’d prefer Fiona doing it for the series. Just for the sake of time. However, Lionel is the better option because of Cameron.
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