The Crystal Cave - Book 3, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 6 Summary

Merlin tries to talk his way out of dealing with Blackbeard, the man that has been listening to he and Dinias. His bluff is called when a man in the crowd recognizes him. He tells the crowd he knows that Merlin is Myrddin Emrys and he is the old King's grandson. Merlin admits he is Lady Niniane's son. Blackbeard wants to know Merlin's father. Merlin says he doesn't know. Blackbeard tells Merlin that the King wants to see him.

Dinias ask what King Vortigern wants Merlin for. Blackbeard tells him it is not his business. He gives Dinias a reward for leading them to Merlin. The men ask about Lady Niniane. They want to talk to her too.

Merlin and the men leave. Dinias follows them out on to the street. Blackbeard tosses a bag of money to Dinias. Merlin can...

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