Inheritance Not so very long ago Eragon Shadeslayer Dragon Rider was nothing than a poor farm boy and his dragon Saphira only a blue stone in the forest Now the fate of an entire civilization rests on their

  • Title: Inheritance
  • Author: Christopher Paolini
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  • Page: 265
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  • Not so very long ago, Eragon Shadeslayer, Dragon Rider was nothing than a poor farm boy, and his dragon, Saphira, only a blue stone in the forest Now the fate of an entire civilization rests on their shoulders.Long months of training and battle have brought victories and hope, but they have also brought heartbreaking loss And still, the real battle lies ahead theyNot so very long ago, Eragon Shadeslayer, Dragon Rider was nothing than a poor farm boy, and his dragon, Saphira, only a blue stone in the forest Now the fate of an entire civilization rests on their shoulders.Long months of training and battle have brought victories and hope, but they have also brought heartbreaking loss And still, the real battle lies ahead they must confront Galbatorix When they do, they will have to be strong enough to defeat him And if they cannot, no one can There will be no second chances The Rider and his dragon have come further than anyone dared to hope But can they topple the evil king and restore justice to Alaga sia And if so, at what cost This is the much anticipated, astonishing conclusion to the worldwide bestselling Inheritance cycle.Sneak Peek at Chapter Titles from InheritanceMooneaterTo Feed a GodBlack Shrike Thorn CaveA Crown of Ice and SnowA Cradle SongDancing with SwordsA Sea of NettlesNo Honor, No Glory, Only Blisters in Unfortunate PlacesThe Hall of the SoothsayerBurrow GrubsFrom the Hardcover edition.

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    1. Before I begin this, I'd like to say that it's a rant. For those of you who don't like ranting- Don't read it. I actually happened to love this book, but I'm just a tad mad at the ending at the moment. Dear Christopher Paolini,How. Could. You. (view spoiler)[ You wrote four MONSOROUS TOMES of creative genuis, and you couldn't even SPARE A SENTENCE for Eragon and Arya! I don't care if you're the author, and you have your little creative steaks of whimsy, but it's just damn logical that they shoul [...]

    2. InheritanceBook 4 of the Inheritance CycleBy Christopher PaoliniA Review by Eric AllenAfter his early success, Christopher Paolini set to the final book of his trilogy. Unfortunately, for everyone involved, the outline he'd written for the third book wasn't going to fit in a single volume. He decided to split it in two. I have to question why, but I'll get into that later in the review. Now we've finally come to the end with the fourth and final book of the series. Was it a good ending? Well, to [...]

    3. Before Reading: I can't wait for this book to come out, but a tiny, miniscule part of me doesn't want it to come out because if it is not absolutly flipping fantastic, then I may have to kill myself. This final book needs to be better than the previous books, which is not an easy feat. Plus all the lose ends need to be tied up. I for one, am interested to see how Christopher Paolini pulls it all together. Two things I am hoping for in Inheritance: 1. We will see some action from Galbatorix. And [...]

    4. I am desperately trying to think of one concise word which sums up the sheer misery of the last five and a half days, in which I had to slog my painful way through this 849-page monstrosity. The horrors of Inheritance are so vast and so many that I am unable to; instead, I find my mind reliving the pain, the awefulness, and the absolute boredom of this book. So maybe I should give up trying to express my feelings in one word - since it apparently cannot effectively be done - and just relate to y [...]

    5. This is my ABRIDGED VERSION of my essay/review about Inheritance by Christopher Paolini. Read the really long version here.So let's break format and start with what I liked.This was my favorite of the Inheritance series. It was enough less of a chore to read than Brisingr that I very nearly considered rating this two stars out of five. But then I realized I was thinking that way based on hating it less rather than liking it more, and figured that objectively I'm afraid it still deserves a bottom [...]

    6. I must admit this has been a tough series for me. I had to really push myself through them when I started out. But I am so glad I did as this final instalment was incredible! Paolini creates a deeply intricate fantasy world filled with its own politics, magic and villainy. I loved the deeper focus on all the separate characters rather than just Eragon and to see the way in which the war against tyranny affected so many others. I actually felt melancholy when I reached the end. I loved this world [...]

    7. I REALLY enjoyed how the finale came about, and how everything led up to this. Everything felt well deserved, and there was plenty of closure. The climax came about in a unique and fascinating way. BUT, the first half of this book dragged on longer than it needed to in my opinion.This is a truly epic series. If you love heroic quests with amazing dragons, interesting magic systems, and little romance, this is definitely one to check out!

    8. Is anyone else so freaking excited for this book?! Why does it take him so long to write though? It's torture.I have so many predictions about what's going to happen, I couldn't list them all here if I wanted to. But the main ones are:- Eragon ends up with Arya I don't really like her but it would be kinda weird if Christopher Paolini threw in a new girl he falls in love with, in the last book.- Murtagh is going to end up being good! He's going to change his name and get free from Galbatorix and [...]

    9. It took me forever to read this book (it's over 800 pages) but I am finally done and ready to write a review.Obviously, this book is the end of the Inheritance cycle. You have no idea how profoundly sad that makes me. I love this series, and some of my all-time favorite book moments occur during it. I shall never forget you . . .Despite, how long it is, you don't really notice. Riordan paced the book perfectly, so it never feels like some new, completely unfeasible stretch is being made to end t [...]

    10. Ohgods. The dreaded Green Brick's actually lurking out there now. And some incredibly masochistic part of myself desires to find out whether it's as horrible as the prequels. Oh Paolini, why do you have to insist on being the Stephanie Meyer of "high fantasy"?

    11. Wow. This review. . . . . . .Let's just say, I might have been very, very tired when I wrote it, and write another review. Perhaps a more cohesive, comprehensive one. Onward! This book was split into two because the author found he was writing too much to compress into one book. Dude, that's because there were too many battles and unnecessary bullshit going on here. They could have easily been one novel. I'm going to summarize Inheritance with one word: bloated. There is a whole chapter about a [...]

    12. Update:If you would like a chapter-by-chapter commentary/sarcastic review of Eragon and Inheritance, check out "distinctvagueness" on youtubehe pretty hilarious :)POST-RELEASE REVIEWWell, I have to say I was extremely disappointed with this conclusion. It was by far TOO perfect and way too tidy. It was over complicated with wards, spells, ways to kill dragons, ways characters avoided death, perfect weapons, too perfect characters, anti-climatic battle with the king, and references to other books [...]

    13. I love how nothing is black-and-white with Christopher Paolini. He touches every angle when it comes to narrating. Because of this, victory doesn't always mean rejoice, and defeat doesn't always mean despair. But there's a downside of him overthinking everything -- the dialogue became stilted, bland, and awkward, the elements bordered on being nonsensical, and I never thought there's such a thing as too much world-building up until The Inheritance Cycle. I'm not really difficult to please, so it [...]

    14. My feelings right now: Coming to its end, this series was overall amazing and made me feel so cozy and at home that I won't ever be able to part with it. I cannot begin to describe my love for the protagonist, Eragon, who is by far my favorite male lead character. Paolini created a character and managed to make us grasp Eragon's entity. He is not just a fictional character to me, he is more, he is real and if you try to contradict me I will hurt you. This series had so many aspects to the things [...]

    15. Old review when the prospective title was Shur'tugal:Title fail. Brisingr was hard enough, this is suicide. Only the hardcore fans (like me) will even bother to learn how to pronounce the title. "Empire" would have been a great title.New review:"Inheritance" is a GREAT title :) First of all, it's a pronounceable, English word, and second, it will actually help us remember what the proper name of the series is! lol And the cover is just Gorgeous! :)Looking forward to reading it :)____________Read [...]

    16. 'Inheritance' is the best book in 'Inheritance Cycle' series.Overall, compare these four books, 'Eragon', 'Eldest', 'Brisingr' and Inheritance' in 'Inheritance Cycle' series the last two books were lot better than the first two books. 'Eragon' and 'Eldest' were weakness compare to 'Brisingr' and 'Inheritance'.

    17. Pre- releaseI have no idea why this didn't occur to me earlier, but why is the series called the Inheritance Cycle? Does that mean the series is going to pull a Dark tower by stephen king, and end at the beginning of the first novel? I don't think I can take that. I can take any other predicted or non predicted twist. I can take Eragon leaving Alagaesia, I can take Saphira dying and Gallbatorix winning the war and burning the whole world down. But if this series ends up being an actual god-forsa [...]

    18. The romantic in me was dying at the end of this. Arya! Still it was a very satisfying conclusion to the series and I feel so awed by what Chris Paolini has been able to accomplish. The language alone for all the different cultures included in the book must have taken an incredible amount of work. My favorite parts of this book were the dragon eggs, the green dragon, the giant snail creatures, and Murtagh. I have a soft spot for him and hope he finds happiness.

    19. What the hell is taking so long? Wasn't this gonna be part of the third book anyway?All his die-hard 5th grade fans will have grown up and hate reading by the time this is released.

    20. It was better than I expected and then some.The good stuff:1. An admirable end to the trilogy cycle, with a fair amount of action, intrigue, magic and dragons.2. The epic battle at Uru'baen was skillfully done and kept me at the edge of my seat. 3. Loved both Murtagh's and Nasuada's storyline.4. Paolini's writing has picked up immensely; there was never a dull moment in the book - everybody was always on the move.5. I'm glad the focus was more on Eragon and Saphira in the book. It was getting to [...]

    21. Ένα τέλος αντάξιο της τετραλογίας. Δεν περίμενα τίποτα λιγότερο και τίποτα περίσσότερο. Καταπληκτική σειρά.

    22. Final Review: I think out of all four books, I did like this one perhaps the most. It had less of Eragon moaning and complaining and more of him thinking for himself. I guess that shows he has matured? I will say that I really don't like reading about Roran. I think any plot line that contained Roran was wasted space. Sure, he is smart at war strategy, but we didn't need to read about it and it took up a large chunk in the last 3 books that really weren't necessary. And finally, (view spoiler)[I [...]

    23. This book is an unholy mess of contradictions and swirling tide pools of unnecessary words.So, there are one of two ways this review could go: 1) I think of every single criticism I can that bothered me while reading this book and I write them all down until the review balloons up to the size of a small baby elephant (which is a pretty big size for a review), also including the things I think it did right as well; or 2) I take the lazy way out (which may also be the more pleasant to read, depend [...]

    24. After InheritanceIt was quite disappointing actually. IT played out exactly how everyone thought.After all the emphasis on no eldunaris, it was kinda annoying when it was all they could find to save themselves! I was hopping for something like a super kickass spell or an awesome sword that could shoot lightning through shields or.r mind, but in short I was hopping for something dramatic. Everyone knew Eragon would kill galbie. Great surprise! Eragon went along with exactly as Angela's prophecy s [...]

    25. Ahh much much better, Chris. Christopher Paolini has always been someone of inspiration. Writing and publishing a book at the age of 15, and a damn good book at that, is immensly impressive. Then he followed it with Eldest, which I thought was an improvement on his first. His writing style and language had drastically improved and I loved reading about Eragon's training in Ellesmera, as well as Roran's story of bravery and loss. The whole 2nd book raced along, leading to a superb climax when Era [...]

    26. Reto 2015: terminar libros empezados hace mucho.★★: Pérdida de tiempo/dinero. Menos mal que me gusta el género, si no esto habría sido un suicidio.Dejemos una premisa sentada:Paolini, sos una mierda para las relaciones románticas literarias, así que si vas a ser tan mierda, directamente no pongás ni siquiera una insinuación de romance, ¿entendido? *aparecen todos los miembros de la mafia por detrás de mis hombros* ¿ENTENDIDO?*Con eso dicho, prosigo:★LOS PROS•Tiene figuras femen [...]

    27. Say one thing for Christopher Paolini, say he finally finished his Inheritance Cycle. Beginning back in 2002 with Eragon, the series finally drew to a close nine years later with the release of Inheritance. Paolini started writing the story at age fifteen, which was probably about the age I was when I started reading the series. But as I matured, my tastes began to move away from clean, bland, cliched fantasy, and I lost interest in the tale of Alagaësia. By the time Brisingr came out--Book 3, [...]

    28. An expected but decent end of what could have been a very good series if it wasn't inspired from few classics on so many levels. I ignored this factor after the climax of book 2 but I must say the end again reminded me of LOTR again. This time I was really disappointed because even the writing style was quite similar. The extended epilogue didn't help either, though I didn't find it boring as few people complained but I felt that paolini left all those smaller plots open ended on purpose and tri [...]

    29. I already knew that a person doesn't read these books for the writing, but the recap of the books, while helpful, is an example of pathetic writing. What really is the role of an editor? To make sure you don't use the same trite phrase too many times on a single page? "For the reader of this book was mightily annoyed."I'm noticing a trend that I'm frustrated with the length of most of the books I'm reading. Maybe it's just me, or maybe authors are going completely nuts, editors aren't doing thei [...]

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