The Friendship

The Friendship Saliman has travelled to Norloch to study the High Arts under Nelac of Lirigon one of the greatest Bards in all Annar but he feels isolated from his fellow students and angry at the prejudice he enco

  • Title: The Friendship
  • Author: Alison Croggon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Saliman has travelled to Norloch to study the High Arts under Nelac of Lirigon, one of the greatest Bards in all Annar but he feels isolated from his fellow students and angry at the prejudice he encounters from them One such student is Cadvan of Lirigon, who to Saliman seems arrogant and selfish However, it would seem that the pair are destined to become friends aSaliman has travelled to Norloch to study the High Arts under Nelac of Lirigon, one of the greatest Bards in all Annar but he feels isolated from his fellow students and angry at the prejudice he encounters from them One such student is Cadvan of Lirigon, who to Saliman seems arrogant and selfish However, it would seem that the pair are destined to become friends and that through their growing friendship they will fight the darkening of the Light itself.

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    1 thought on “The Friendship”

    1. I was so EXCITED when I discovered a new story in the Pellinor world, only then to be somewhat disappointed when I learned this was a very short story. Which I quickly devoured! What a tease!!! With that aside, it was nice to learn about the beginning friendship of Cadvan and Saliman. I do hope that Alison Croggon writes more fantasy books. In the world of Pellinor would be nice, but really, anything would be grand.Learning, seeking out education, leaving home and all you know, travel, being a s [...]

    2. -Review could contain spoilers-Saliman has travveld to Norloch to study High Arts under Neloc of Lirigon, one of the greatest Bards in all Annar - but he feels isoletad from his fellow students and ancry at the prejuctice he encounters from them. On such student is Cadvan of Lirigon. This short novella tells the story of two of the key characters in the series of the books of Pellinor. They contain the volumes: The Gift, the riddle, the crow and the singing. I surely did get the taste of this se [...]

    3. Great addition to pellinor seriesGreat short story giving a deeper look into saliman and cadvan's friendship before the events of the pellinor series. Some lovely descriptions as always from Alison croggon!

    4. Just a short story that provides some background and context to characters that appear in the main novels. An interesting side read, but very short. Free short story, worth reading over a cup of coffee!

    5. A good read Though, you are wondering, it's that all? Something missing, something you want to know more Something deeper, something you want to dig for more Thank you for the free ride

    6. Fascinating to read this snippet of Saliman and Cadvan's early friendship. Nice to see the seeds of anti-racism, diversity and anti-prejudice planted here too. If you haven't read the wonderful Pellinor series yet, I'd advise reading those books first, but for existing fans this is a tiny burst of delight until the (just announced) The Bone Queen comes next year. It's a full length run-on from the first series, and I for one can't wait for it! Meanwhile I'm off to give Black Spring a go - it's b [...]

    7. It was fantastic to read the beginnings of two major characters in the Pellinor series, and I felt that their younger characters were true to what you see in later books. Alison Croggon has again weaved the complex world of Annar in her unique way and I was left wanting.

    8. Only took me about 30 minutes to read this, hadn't realised it was so short. I had hoped it would cover some of their "adventures" together pre-Maerad, not just how they met. Glad it was free, otherwise I'd feel like I wasted money.

    9. This is more like a companion book to the Pellinor series. A short but interesting read about the friendship between Saliman and Cadvan. It's nice to learn about their beginning and the difficulties they faced & overcame in their early days of training.A quick read and most enjoyable.

    10. The beginning of the friendship of Saliman and Cadvan, as well as an explanation of some of the beginnings of the darkness in the light and the divisions in the Bards.

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