The Riddle - Alison Croggon Reviews
Description:The second of a series of 4 books about Pellinor
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by - written on 03/09/13 (Very useful, 5 readings)
This book is the second in the series 'The Books of Pellinor', and sequel to 'The Gift'. Firstly, the story follows directly on from 'The Gift', so it won't make much sense unless you've already read th at one. 'The Riddle' is quite different in tone, being much darker, but I still enjoyed it greatly. *Spoilers for 'The Gift' Ahead!* 'The Riddle' picks up directly where 'The Gift' left off, with Maerad and Cadvan fleeing the capital of Norloch, having discovered the corruption at the heart of the Bardic order. The bards are the magicians of Edil-Amarandh, who love music as much as their namesakes do, but are also have magical gifts, and run ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
THE RIDDLE *************** The Riddle is the second book in Alison Croggon's Pellinor series, which begins with The Gift and ends with The Singing. This tetralogy (or quartet, as Croggon herself refers to the books), is aimed at young adults, and is a very descriptive account of the adventures of a young girl called Maerad and her struggle against the Dark. The story takes place in the world of Edil-Amarandh, and the books are based on 'The Riddle of the Treesong', or 'Naraudh Lar-Chanë' in Annaren, the language spoken in Annar, which is a region in Edil-Amarandh. In The Riddle, Maerad, Cadvan, Saliman and Hem have had to flee Norloch, which is now in the ... Read the complete review
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