The Hollow Hills - Book 3, Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

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After the first keeper died, Merlin decided that the sanctuary was a good place to stay. It was close to Arthur, so it would be easy to keep an eye on him from there. He knew, though, he couldn’t keep the sword there in case someone found him. The townspeople had told him of Caer Bannog, a mysterious castle in the middle of a lake. Merlin saw the castle would be the best place for the sword; everyone was afraid to go to the castle, so it would be protected. He went and laid the sword on a stone tablet and left.

In the spring, Merlin finally got his chance to see Arthur. The nine-year-old boy was riding by the sanctuary and hid inside. He told Merlin to cover for him while he hid. Ralf, much older now, came up and recognized Merlin...

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