The Wicked Day Topics for Discussion

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At a young age, Mordred's entire world is turned upside down and all he has ever known is destroyed in a fire. What must have been going through his mind as he faced an uncertain future by moving to the palace?

What was home to Mordred, and where do you think he felt the most at home: his foster family home, the Orkney castle, Camelot as a boy, Camelot when he is regent and with Guinevere, or the makeshift home he had when he escaped for a time back to Orkney?

What sort of dangers did Arthur embrace by acknowledging Mordred as his son?

Nimue said many times in the novel that she was, in fact, Merlin. What does that mean?

Discuss the symbolism of Mordred setting the wildcat free.

Why do you think Morgan and Morgause harbored so much resentment against their half...

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