Fifteen-year-old Gilbert Myrddin, of Topsham, England, is an illustrator of fairy tales written by his father, Henry. One day, his father brews a strange concoction from an ancient book titled Myrddin ; Gilbert pours it down the drain, but gags on the fumes.
Overnight, he becomes wrinkly and grows a long white beard. Henry rushes his son to the hospital, where Gilbert is contacted through a television by none other than the younger version of himself—or so it seems. Author Bass writes with an energetic, boundless sense of play, mixing the myths of Camelot with those of Santa Claus and King Midas. Bass has no shortage of ideas, but perhaps he should have given them more breathing room, across several books.
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