[[ KINDLE ]] ❆ The Gift Author Alison Croggon – Sunkgirls.info

[[ KINDLE ]] ❆ The Gift Author Alison Croggon – Sunkgirls.info Maerad Is A Slave In A Desperate And Unforgiving Settlement, Taken There As A Child When Her Family Is Destroyed In War She Is Unaware That She Possesses A Powerful Gift, A Gift That Marks Her As A Member Of The School Of Pellinor It Is Only When She Is Discovered By Cadvan, One Of The Great Bards Of Lirigon, That Her True Heritage And Extraordinary Destiny Unfolds Now She And Her Teacher, Cadvan, Must Survive A Punishing And Uncertain Journey Through A Time And Place Where The Dark Forces They Battle With Stem From The Deepest Recesses Of Other Worldly Terror

10 thoughts on “The Gift

  1. Sarah Sarah says:

    Remember when authors talked about landscapes, and you could tell that they might have actually stepped outside once or twice in their lives Remember when the male lead and the female lead in a YA book were allowed to develop a strong friendship and partnership, and a

  2. Hope Hope says:

    I really enjoyed this book, and I look forward to reading the next book It is a fairly standard fantasy story orphan is rescued from a horrible life and is found to be the holder of great power and the possible savior of the nation world There are bad guys and treachery and so

  3. Ryan Ryan says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Pellinor Series 5.5 10 The Naming Book One I found Alison s writing to be rather obvious, full of clich s, and on the whole unsatisfying When one of the main protagonists almost died, I found myself indif

  4. Alice Alice says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here If it weren t so good, I would say this book is a mixture of every other fantasy book on the block Test can you match each plot line with another famous work The chosen one is raised in a secluded farm, identity hidden

  5. Kerry Kerry says:

    A great read, I thoroughly enjoyed it and have gone straight onto Book 2 in the series.A tale of a young woman rescued from slavery, who is found to be someone special with hidden talents Her rescuer helps her find out who she is and to develop her skills and talents Their journey is arduous, thrilling and

  6. Debbie Debbie says:

    This book is very slow paced Most of it is a travel log of the scenery, and the level of detail is muchthan is needed Any potential tension is completely lost in these sections.I didn t feel like I knew or understood the world very well by the end We re told a great deal about the landscape, a bunch of intricate but

  7. Becky Becky says:

    I truly loved reading this book, and I re read it constantly The plot is teased out through out the book in an expert manner with characters that are believable and loveable With so many twists and revelations it would be easy for a lesser writer to waver, and yet The Naming or The Gift as I know it in the UK is an amazing wor

  8. C.L. Walker C.L. Walker says:

    I LOVED these books If I could give them 10 stars, I would The writing was BEAUTIFUL I have never felt so at home in a book before as I felt in these Rich, vibrant descriptions and characters and amazing story

  9. Allison Allison says:

    The Naming is a traditional style fantasy with many familiar fantasy elements that are regardless fresh to my mind , although others might not think so This is an epic tale of the sort that made me love fantasy in the first place, and I can t say I mind the nostalgia for classic fantasy that this familiarity evokes In many ways it did remind me

  10. Kumakani Kumakani says:

    I admit, I kind of judged a book by its cover with this one The cover art was pretty and the spine design was also pretty The blurb on the back cover made the book sound intriguing and I went home and read reviews The reviews for this book were mostly positive, so I thought, Hey, why not POTENTIAL SPOILERS READ AT OWN RISK.In a word, this book is boring So

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