The Hollow Hills - Book 2, Chapters 6-11 Summary & Analysis

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Because the king still had not produced a male heir, many of the other nobles were getting worried about the throne. Merlin knew some were malicious and if they knew about Arthur, they might try to harm him, so he stayed at Bryn Myrrden until he was sure he could go to Arthur without being detected. He waited for a sign, and he found one when a group of spies approached his cave. They tried to say they were the King’s messengers, but Merlin knew not to trust them. He gave them a misdirection, and then he departed as soon as they left his cave.

One night when Merlin was sleeping on the road, a group of men surrounded him. They tied him and kept him hostage. Their language was different, but Merlin was able to listen because he knew the Old Tongue...

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