John needs to write a letter to Jamie in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 41
It’s John’s turn to write a letter in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 41. This one is to Jamie to get him to send Bree to Savannah.
Nowadays, we’d wonder why John is writing to Jamie to send Bree. Why not write to Brianna directly? However, this situation is different. It’s the past, John has a personal relationship with Jamie, and the Revolutionary War is a threat to everyone.
I guess this is a way to test the waters with Jamie while also helping William. You see, John wants Bree to come to Savannah to talk to William. It’s under the pretense of drawing someone, showing that John thinks things through well before he acts.
I don’t see too much in the way of foreshadowing in this chapter, and I’ll get to that in the foreshadowing section. I also don’t see this being used too much in the TV series. I’m sure you can guess why that is, but I’ll get into it in the adaptation section.
Let’s dive into Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 41.