The Hollow Hills - Book 4, Chapters 6-11 Summary & Analysis

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Merlin called Morgause to his room. She was very protective of her actions, but Merlin called her out for her trickery and lies. Morgause never admitted to her evil intent, but she did not deny Merlin’s claims, either. Merlin told Morgause she would leave immediately and never come back. The girl protested, but Merlin told her nobody would want to see her ever again, especially Arthur once he was crowned. He showed her every way she had hurt herself and her chances of power, and she was forced to leave in shame.

Later that night at the victory dinner, Uther stood up and proclaimed Arthur as his son and heir to the throne. The majority of men in attendance were thrilled because they had seen Arthur’s bravery on the battlefield. Lot, however, stood and declared Arthur was too young and inexperienced. He...

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