That said, The Naming was an important read for me because it served to highlight and reinforce what I kind of already knew: how tired I am of the Chosen One trope, how much I dislike overly descriptive books and how I am might be over Epic Fantasy for now. He comes and rescues her from all the slaves who'd like her dead, also tells her about the great gift she possesses. The cover art was pretty and the spine design was also pretty. It is such a great epic fantasy adventure with a very classic feel to it. They will learn that a dark power, once thought vanquished, is rising again no way!
Pellinor - Wikipedia
Quotes from The Naming. A prequel, published in Also the Chosen One is a girl! Cadvan takes her to the School of Innail, to make the presence of a survivor from Pellinor known and to establish Maerad a Minor Bard of Pellinor. Faith from Kenya The book was really good and I loved the descriptions. That is what Sharma failed to understand. His name is Cadvan, and he is one of the Bards, a group of wise and ideally benevolent mages whom Maerad had always believed were myths.