Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter
The chapter certainly sets up a plot for Bree. Her heart problems are a concern, but it foreshadows that Bree and the family will now remain in the 18th century. Roger saw what happened to Buck when he traveled, and that was foreshadowing of this. There’s no way that he would risk it with Bree.
I do wonder, though, if it foreshadows Claire’s abilities. We have already seen some signs that she’s developing the blue light. Her hair isn’t quite white yet, but the abilities are forming. Remember, she comes into her “full” abilities when her hair turns white. So, could this foreshadow that Claire is going to be able to heal Bree’s heart?
Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter
I don’t think the Denny/Dottie storyline is going to be included in the series. That means the question of writing to Lord John Grey won’t come up. However, Bree does need to find out why Jamie and John are fighting, because I assume that whole storyline will come up.
What I do expect to see is finding out about Bree’s heart problems. We need that reminder of how serious traveling through the stones is.
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