Bree and Roger get to Fergus and Marsali in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 67
After spending time seeing the Murrays and the Frasers, we return to the MacKenzies in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 67. They’ve made it to Charles Town.
It’s time to drop Germain off with his parents. There are so many emotions going on right now, and we get to see most of them. It’s such a great look at how reunions can be, and that’s what’s important. Not everyone is going to be excited about a reunion.
We also get to experience Mandy learn about slavery. It’s so important to talk about this part of history to learn from it. History isn’t supposed to make us comfortable but to be something to teach us what not to do in the future, and Mandy gets to see it in real life for the first time.
Bree also sees everything happening around her after learning about it. The Revolutionary War finally feels real for her, and that’s something we experience through her.
I’m in two minds about whether this chapter will be used in the TV series. There is a chance that some of it could be, and I’ll get to that in the adaptation section.
There isn’t that much of foreshadowing in this chapter, though. It’s mostly about the reminder of the Revolutionary War, and I’ll get to my thoughts on that in the foreshadowing section.
Let’s dive into Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 67.