Outlander Book Club: Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 150 breakdown

There is a sense of peace in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 150. Here's our breakdown of the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter.

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We start with a catch up of where we are in time. It’s been four months since the Frasers got back to the Ridge.

Claire thinks about Lazarus and his family. How would the family have felt with Lazarus back from the dead, and how did Lazarus feel? That’s surely what it’s like for them now. However, Claire also thinks about how her life has changed so much from her trips through the stones. She also thinks about how Jenny has braved a new life in the Colonies after Ian’s death.

As she thinks of all this, she remembers that Roger shared that he saw a faint blue light when Claire was working on Jamie. Claire sees that her hair has almost turned fully white. There are just some darker shades at the bottom of her hair. She remembers what Nayawenne said about her coming into her powers.

After that, we see Claire and Jamie walk in the garden together. Jamie thinks about the bees and what they do and think in the winter since they don’t hibernate. John Quincy Myers visits, and he has a package for Claire. It’s a speckled egg wrapped in paper, and the paper has a note to say that it belonged to someone’s grandmother.

Claire realizes that this likely came from Jackson, one of Ulysses’s men. Jamie then sees that the note is written on the back of the original need for the land. There is also the letter Ulysses brought to try to take the land. Is this all over?