The end of another Outlander book has come. It’s almost time to start reading Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone as part of our book club.
We came to the end of Written in My Own Heart’s Blood last week in our little book club. That novel certainly took us through various time periods and a lot of highs and lows with emotions. We can expect much more of the same in the ninth book.
Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone was published back in November 2021. It’s the most recent of the Outlander books out, and picks up off the back of that big reveal in Written in My Own Heart’s Blood.
Roger and Brianna are back in the past with their children. It’s the safest place for them, although that could only be for now. After all, there is a threat in the 18th century, and we’ve already met him. Captain Richardson is not everything he seems to be.
What about Amaranthus? She was briefly introduced in the eighth book, but there is clearly more ot her story. It’s almost time to find out what that is.
When will the Outlander Book 9 read-through start?
I like to give you some warning to get ready for the read-through. We are getting into another Droughtlander very soon, and I thought that would be the best time to start the next read-through. Yes, Men in Kilts Season 2 will help us as well, but why not have two things to get us through Droughtlander?
The Outlander Season 7A finale will air on Friday, Aug. 11. We’ll start the read-through of Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone on Monday, Aug. 14. It seems like the best option to stick to a week-day read-through and take the weekends off. That way, if you fall behind during the week, you can use the weekends to catch up a little.
The format of the posts will remain the same. I’ll go into what I suspect will be used in the series. The ninth book seems to be the main focus for the final season of the series.