Outlander Book Club: Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 122 breakdown

Jamie gets his militia ready in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 122. Here's our breakdown of the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter.

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We start off with Jamie getting ready to train the militia men. This is when he sees Hiram Crombie, and there is a discussion about the night at the Lodge. It turns out that Hiram’s brother-in-law was one of those on Cunningham’s side.

Hiram believed that Jamie’s men, who had seen Cunningham, would alert him to the betrayal that was about to happen. He also shared that he couldn’t say much without his brother-in-law getting wind of it. That didn’t mean he didn’t stand by Jamie, and he wanted to make that clear by asking for his son, Cyrus, to join the militia.

Jamie trains the men with Sylvia and her daughters watching. They are all in awe, but it’s clear that Sylvia is a little worried. Claire makes it clear that Sylvia is safe, and she needs to allow Jamie to protect her.

After some training, Jamie and Ian have a race on their horses. That’s when they see Bree and Roger coming back to the Ridge. Roger makes it clear that he won’t be fully ordained until the summer, but it’s good enough for now. Jamie is just happy about having everyone back home. It would be better if Fergus and his family were there as well, but this is better than nothing.