Bree is woken to the smell of fire in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 75
There’s a fire at the print shop, bringing up memories of Henri-Christian in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 75. It’s hard not to feel for Germain in this chapter.
It’s often easy to forget that Bree and Roger haven’t been around for everything that happened to Fergus and Marsali. This is one of those times. While they will have had the cliff notes of events, they weren’t there to see the fire and the accident that happened to Henri-Christian.
This chapter opens up some old wounds. It also reminds us of the dangers of the time, but also the way that local people will come together when necessary. By the end of the chapter, the two families are together on their journey to Savannah.
This chapter doesn’t foreshadow too much, in my opinion. I’ll get to my thoughts on that in the foreshadowing chapter.
As for the adaptation, I don’t think we’ll see it being used. I just don’t see much of the Marsali and Fergus storyline being used, and 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 75.