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Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle, #1) Eragon And The Fledgling Dragon Must Navigate The Dangerous Terrain And Dark Enemies Of An Empire Ruled By A King Whose Evil Knows No Bounds Can Eragon Take Up The Mantle Of The Legendary Dragon Riders When Eragon Finds A Polished Blue Stone In The Forest, He Thinks It Is The Lucky Discovery Of A Poor Farm Boy Perhaps It Will Buy His Family Meat For The Winter But When The Stone Brings A Dragon Hatchling, Eragon Realizes He Has Stumbled Upon A Legacy Nearly As Old As The Empire Itself Overnight His Simple Life Is Shattered, And He Is Thrust Into A Perilous New World Of Destiny, Magic, And Power With Only An Ancient Sword And The Advice Of An Old Storyteller For Guidance, Eragon And The Fledgling Dragon Must Navigate The Dangerous Terrain And Dark Enemies Of An Empire Ruled By A King Whose Evil Knows No Bounds Can Eragon Take Up The Mantle Of The Legendary Dragon Riders The Fate Of The Empire May Rest In His Hands



10 thoughts on “Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle, #1)

  1. says:

    I cannot adequately express my complete and utter loathing for this book I was working at a library during the time that this book was being published and had access to a galley of the novel I did finish it, but only so I could know entirely how much Christopher Paolini the supposed 16 year old author genius had plagiarized J.R.R Tolkien s Lord of Th


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Standard fantasy fare, except that while most fantasy authors lift their plots only vaguely from a previous author, Eragon is simply the plot of Star Wars with a Lord of the Rings paintjob Princess flees, trying to keep precious item out of the evil emperor s hands Boy finds


  3. says:

    Two or three years ago, everywhere I went there was some display attempting to sell me Eragon, by Christopher Paolini It was obviously a bad book without opening the cover the back cover carries a quote from the book, and an endorsement by Anne McCaffrey, and I m pretty sure I could get that woman to supply a blurb for a double mint wrapper to the effect of


  4. says:

    Here is a short list of things I findenjoyable than reading Eragon Why does this book read like it was written by a fantasy obsessed 15 year old Oh, nevermind Is THAT why is has EVERY single one moth eaten fantasy clich It s like Paolini actually, in all seriousness, used Diana Wynne Jones humorous The Tough Guide to Fantasyland as a real technical manual on how


  5. says:

    I LOVE the Inheritance books I had never heard of Christopher Paolini before, and was walking through Barnes and Noble when I saw this book on the end display What caught my eye was the dragon on the front cover I love dragons, and my artistic eye was captivated by the artwork This is a great fiction adventure fantasy novel Anyone who is a Lord of the Rings would tr


  6. says:

    EDIT Re wrote fixed up this review on 8 21 2012 to reflect my changes as a critiquer reviewerRight so I ll just say it I hate Paolini s work To my very core I don t really think it s so much the he stole from Tolkien Lucas Gandhi God my dog.., though whoever may say this has a point Even though he blatantly took ideas from pioneers in their respective fields, that isn t


  7. says:

    Before we get started Please,please do not judge a book by its movie I read Eragon for the first time when I was 15 years old.I ve re read it 5 times since I didn t own many books back then so after I took advantage of my neighbor s and my cousin s library,I kept re reading my poor collection and every time I loved it just the same,because it was the book that introduced me


  8. says:

    seriously, Ben Why have you not read this sooner This beast has been sat on your TBR pile for years What is wrong with you Was little Ben intimidated by the size I FINALLY READ THIS BOOKand breathI honestly think this is one of the best...


  9. says:

    Age of the readers and how well acquainted they are with the high fantasy genre seriously need to be considered here.I don t think I need to say a lot on my review on this, Eragon is a very popular book and it s been quite mixed received, to say the least The majority of love and dislike usually depends on when did you read the book for the first time If you were still a child or t


  10. says:

    appalling.as if written by an enthusiastic but tragically over encouraged teenager with insufferably supportive parents who somehow happen to be well connected in the publishing indus wait.oh.carry on, then.


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About the Author: Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paolini was born on November 17, 1983 in Southern California He has lived most of his life in Paradise Valley, Montana with his parents and younger sister, Angela The tall, jagged Beartooth Mountains rise on one side of Paradise Valley Snowcapped most of the year, they inspired the fantastic scenery in the Inheritance Cycle.Christopher is grateful to all his readers He is especiall Christopher Paolini was born on November 17, 1983 in Southern California He has lived most of his life in Paradise Valley, Montana with his parents and younger sister, Angela The tall, jagged Beartooth Mountains rise on one side of Paradise Valley Snowcapped most of the year, they inspired the fantastic scenery in the Inheritance Cycle.Christopher is grateful to all his readers He is especially heartened to hear that his books have inspired young people to read and to write stories of their own Although Christopher will one day return to Alaga sia, he is currently working on a science fiction novel Visit Paolini.net for the latest news about this project and connect with other fans at Shurtugal.com, his Facebook page and Twitter profile