The Hollow Hills - Book 4, Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

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When the group arrived, Merlin saw Uther was near death. Uther, though, was relieved and proud when he saw his son walking up to the camp. He wanted to introduce himself, but the Saxons began attacking almost immediately after the group arrived. Uther had his men carry him onto the battle field, and he asked Arthur to fight by his side. Merlin stayed behind and watched as the Saxons gained control of the land. The Britons were waiting for Lot and his reserves to help them, but Lot stayed behind and waited to see which side to support. However, in a crucial moment, the King tossed his sword to Arthur, and Arthur then led the charge and defeated the Saxons.

Later, Merlin left Arthur in their rooms and went to see Uther. Uther was proud of Arthur’s accomplishments, and he knew very few...

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