Outlander Book Club: Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 50 breakdown

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Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter

This chapter doesn’t really foreshadow anything. I guess it’s more about how Jamie and Claire are still connected to Frank. There is no way of avoiding that. However, Jamie has come to realize that he needs to look at Frank’s words, and this is a chance for him to figure out how much of the book to trust.

It’s more in the moment than anything else, with a bit of plot thrown in. I love how Jamie and Roger’s relationship has blossomed into what it is now with Jamie asking Roger about Frank.

Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter

I’m not sure if the whole chapter will be used in Outlander Season 8, but I would love for it to be. I think we need to see Jamie and Roger talking like this. We need to see Jamie concerned with whether Frank’s writings are trustworthy and Roger making it clear that as a historian Frank had to write the truth.

It really depends on how much of Roger’s storyline to Charlestown will be used. There is a chance that we could see a skip over some of this, which takes the trip to Charlestown out except for buying weapons.

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