William sees Bree's portraits in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 119
With William in Savannah, he is able to see Bree in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 119. He goes to see her portraits but stays for another reason.
We initially start with Brianna, who is working on a portrait of Roger. He has changed in his demeanor since the battle, and he seems to have a light about him that he didn’t before. I certainly think this is a sign of things to come.
When William and John Cinnamon turn up, it’s time to show the portraits. JC is concerned with his own, and Bree waits to see the reaction. He is so cute, and I would love to see someone portray him on the screen. I’ll share my thoughts about that in the adaptation section.
William ends up staying while John Cinnamon runs off excitedly. He wants to talk to Brianna about Amaranthus. Has Bree met the woman? It’s time to get a few more details.
I think this chapter foreshadows things for Roger. I’ll get to my thoughts on that in that section of the post.
As for the adaptation, I’m not sure if this chapter will be used in full. Some of it should be, though.
Let’s dive into the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter.