The Riddle by Alison Croggon audiobook

The Riddle: The Second Book of Pellinor

By Alison Croggon
Read by Eloise Oxer

Candlewick on Brilliance Audio 9780763630157

The Pellinor Series: Book 2

19.28 Hours 1
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Maerad is a girl with a tragic and bitter past, but her powers grow stronger by the day. Now she and her mentor, Cadvan, hunted by both the Light and the Dark, must unravel the Riddle of the Treesong before their fractured kingdom erupts in chaos. The quest leads Maerad over terrifying seas and vast stretches of glacial wilderness, ever closer to the seductive Winterking—ally of her most powerful enemy, the Nameless One. Trapped in the Winterking's icy realm, Maerad must confront what she has suspected all along: that she is the greatest riddle of all.

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Maerad is a girl with a tragic and bitter past, but her powers grow stronger by the day. Now she and her mentor, Cadvan, hunted by both the Light and the Dark, must unravel the Riddle of the Treesong before their fractured kingdom erupts in chaos. The quest leads Maerad over terrifying seas and vast stretches of glacial wilderness, ever closer to the seductive Winterking—ally of her most powerful enemy, the Nameless One. Trapped in the Winterking's icy realm, Maerad must confront what she has suspected all along: that she is the greatest riddle of all.

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Author Bio: Alison Croggon

Author Bio: Alison Croggon

Alison Croggon writes in many genres, including criticism, theater, and prose. She is also the author of the acclaimed young-adult fantasy quartet, the Books of Pellinor. The first volume, The Gift, was nominated in two categories at the 2002 Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Speculative Fiction and named one of the Notable Books of 2003 by the Children’s Book Council of Australia. The US edition, The Naming, was judged a Top Ten Teen Read of 2005 by the editors of Amazon.com. In 2009 she was named Geraldine Pascall Critic of the Year for her theater criticism. She is a prizewinning poet, described by the Australian Book Review as “one of the most powerful lyric poets writing today.”

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 19.28
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English