The Hollow Hills - Book 3, Chapters 6-9 Summary & Analysis

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Three years later, the Britons were having problems with the Saxon borders. Things were looking grim for Uther’s army, and people were noticing Uther was getting more fragile by the day. Both Cai and Bedwyr were called to fight, and Arthur was left alone. One day, he was chasing a white stag with his dog. Both the stag and the dog ran to the island of Caer Bannog, and Arthur followed to get his dog back. Merlin knew this was the day Arthur’s destiny would show itself, so he waited at the sanctuary. However, he knew something was amiss. He didn’t realize, though, Cador’s men had found him and Ralf. Cador approached Merlin and was intimidating him when Arthur burst through the forest and threatened Cador. He was holding the sword that Merlin had found for him. Cador knew he...

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