Lord John Grey tells Cinnamon the truth in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 32
It’s time for Cinnamon to learn the truth in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 32. There are a lot of topics about biological fathers in this story.
We head inside the house shortly after William stormed out. We get to find out how the conversation between John and Cinnamon goes, and it’s finally time to find out the whole story. If you haven’t ready the John Grey novellas, you wouldn’t have known it all, but this is a good summary of it.
Cinnamon takes the whole thing a lot better than many others would have. Of course, the circumstances around his story and that of say William and Brianna’s stories are very different. Cinnamon simply wanted to know more about his heritage, and I can understand that.
The chapter itself doesn’t offer that much in the way of foreshadowing and plot development. Honestly, this whole part doesn’t seem to really add much to the overall story. I just can’t remember too many details of this moving forward.
I don’t think it will be used in the TV series. I’ll get to my thoughts on that in the adaptation section.
Let’s dive into Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 32.