Outlander Book 9, Chapter 26 brings us one of the most heartbreaking chapters of all
There are some character deaths that hurt more than others. Outlander Book 9, Chapter 26 brought us a heartbreaking one.
Things are just so normal to start this chapter. Amy and Bree are with their children, foraging for berries. Things are so lighthearted, but they quickly take a turn for the worst. This is the chapter where we lose Amy Higgins.
There is a moment where you hope that Bree can step in to save her friend, but it’s clear that Bree can’t do anything in her panic. She also has children—and not just her own—that she needs to look out for. In fact, she steps up for Aidan, as she prevents him from going after his mother.
Then there’s hope that Claire can fix it all. However, all is lost. Roger is there in everyone’s moments of need to offer prayer and support.
This chapter doesn’t foreshadow too much. It’s such an in-the-moment chapter, and I’ll get to that in the foreshadowing section.
I’m not too sure if it will be used in the TV series. I’ll get to my thoughts on that in the adaptation section of the post.
Let’s dive into Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 26.