The Crystal Cave - Book 2, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 3 Summary

As soon as the men walk away, Merlin comes back in the shed and snatches the cloak from the horse for warmth. He also finds and borrows the soldier's field rations. He buries himself in a pile of brushwood for warmth and falls asleep. He awakens to stillness.

Merlin looks out to notice the clouds have lifted. He sees a man going across the field towards a horse that seemed to be grazing in the pasture. The man is tall and strong. He wore an unusual pair of trousers. His hair was fair and blowing underneath the cap he wore. He also wore a cloak that let Merlin know it was not the man whose cloak was now warming him. With a start, Merlin realized that the man was not approaching his horse but a white bull.

The bull charges the...

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