In this captivating book, Jamie and Claire are together again but must face new threats as the American Revolution begins to affect their lives.
Jamie Fraser and Claire Randell were separated by the Jacobite Rising and it took them 20 years to find each other again Now the American Revolution is threatening to do the same thing.
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It is 1779 and Claire and Jamie are finally reunited with their daughter, Bree, her husband, Roger, and their children on Fraser’s Ridge. Being able to spend time with the family was something they’d always dreamed of but never thought would happen.
“The number-one New York Times bestselling author Diana Gabaldon has returned with the latest novel in her epic Outlander series, and the past seems not always the safest place to be.”The Book Guide® Editor
But even in the North Carolina mountains, the effects of war continue to be felt. Local tensions are high, and local feelings run so hot they could even boil hell’s teakettles. Jamie knows that his tenants’ loyalties are divided; he doesn’t know when the war will start.
Brianna and Roger fear that the dangers they escaped from during their time in the 20th century may catch up to them now. They sometimes wonder whether taking risks by going back to the 1700s was really the safer choice for their families.
Not too far away, young William is still coming to terms with discovering who he really is. And Lord John Grey has reconciliations to make and dangers for him to face.
As the Revolutionary War continues to creep closer to Fraser’s Ridge, the Patriots continue to prepare for battle. Now that they’re finally together, Jamie and his family have even more at stake than ever.
Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone: Outlander, Book 9 (2021) by Diana GabaldonDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
by The Book Guide® Editors4.8/5 Excellent