Outlander Book Club: Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 119 breakdown

William sees Bree's portraits in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 119. Here's our breakdown of the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter.

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Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter

While there is a lot of plot development for the Amaranthus storyline, I see some foreshadowing for Roger. He has been on a huge journey of figuring out who he is and what his place is. He knows that he can’t avoid the Revolutionary War, but he’s never really been certain on his place within that.

He seems to have found it now. He has a light and confidence that he didn’t have before. I think we’re going to see a lot of growth in that, and that’s what this chapter foreshadows.

Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter

I don’t think we’ll see all of this chapter play out. I doubt that John Cinnamon’s storyline will actually end up being used. I would love to see it because Cinnamon is so adorable, but I doubt we will.

However, I think we will see William turn to Bree for help figuring out Amaranthus. He holds a respect for her that may seem surprising for some. I wonder if he knows enough of her story to see that they are in similar positions. Bree grew up believing someone else was her father too.

I want to see this bond form between the siblings. Bree already thinks that William should learn the truth and would like to get to know him better. Seeing this play out in the final season is a surefire way to bring closure for William. All it sometimes takes is one person to help him understand the whole situation.

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