Roger and Captain Cunningham start their services in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 34
The Meeting House has been rebuilt. It’s time for the services in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 34.
Of course, there is the question about where to start. John Quincy Myers is a great neutral party when it comes to figuring that out. This isn’t just about the two men, though. This is about multiple religions coming together on the same Ridge.
The Meeting House will also be turned into a school. This is important for the children of the Ridge, and we find out how else Brianna can do her part while there.
I don’t see all that much in the way of foreshadowing, but I do think this chapter sets up some more things for Cunningham. I’ll get to my thoughts on that in the foreshadowing section.
Will this be used in the TV show? As I’ve mentioned before, I don’t remember all that much of Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone. It’s hard to remember just how important Captain Cunningham is to the overall story. 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 34.