The Crystal Cave - Book 5, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Book 5, Chapter 2 Summary

Uther rides out the Giants Dance stones to see Merlin. Uther is upset that Merlin knew that his brother Ambrosius was dying and did not tell him. Merlin is matter fact telling him that letting him know what have gained nothing. Uther tells him that he can't serve him as he served Ambrosius. He says that he wants none of Merlin's prophecies. Merlin is fine with it. He tells Uther he is going home to Maridunnum. Merlin shows Uther the math of the stone during the eclipse. Merlin let's Uther know that if he needs him he will be available.

Book 5, Chapter 2 Analysis

Merlin's character seems tired. He finds it easy to detach from Uther. Uther's character is arrogant and dismissive except on the math of what Merlin has done with the stones. This part of the novel is anti-climatic. The author's tone with Uther's...

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