We find out the contents of the letters in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 14
It’s time to find out who Germain and Fanny’s letters are from in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 14. We also learn that it wasn’t John writing to Jamie.
This chapter does have a few glitches in the continuity of the story. I really wish some of the glitches would be caught. The ones, such as the names of characters, really shouldn’t happen. Is it Neil Forbes or Gerald Forbes? Both names? I don’t know.
The weirdest one is when Claire and Jamie wonder who taught Fanny how to write. We know that Jane taught Fanny how to read. That’s something Claire knows. Wouldn’t it make sense then that Jane would have also taught Fanny how to write?
The chapter also pushes the Revolutionary War part of the story forward. This is important since Jamie and Claire are no longer part of the battles.
Will the chapter be used in the TV series? I don’t think so, and I’ll get to why that is in the adaptation section. I also don’t see all that much of foreshadowing in this. It’s more about plot and war development.
Let’s dive into Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 14.