Roger finds his place in battle in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 92
As the Siege of Savannah takes place, Roger figures out what to do in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 92. It’s a beautiful moment as he thinks back to an Army Chaplain that he once knew.
This chapter brings up a lot of questions for me. The first is how Roger points out that Frank got the date of the Siege of Savannah wrong in the book. He has noted so many times about how it would be important for Frank to get the details right, but he doesn’t once point out that sometimes the facts are wrong. Roger experiences that in this chapter.
He also figures out what he can do as a minister. He is still needed in battle, but not in the way that many would initially think. I love that he finds his place.
I hope to see the chapter used in the TV series. Not only do we need to see the previous chapter with Bree being stuck inside while the siege goes on around her, but we also need to see Roger finding his place on the battlefield.
I don’t really think it foreshadows much, though. It’s more about plot development, and Roger realizing that Frank isn’t perfect.
Let’s dive into Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 92.