Eragon, Eldest & Brisingr eBook ☆ Eragon, Eldest

Eragon, Eldest & Brisingr WITH THE HIGHLY anticipated publication of Book Three in the Inheritance cycle, the hardcover editions of all three books will be available in a handsome boxed set ➮ [Read] ➪ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) By Ellen A. Easton ➺ – Lavons.co.uk the hardcover editions of all three books will be available in a handsome boxed set


About the Author: Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paolini was born in Southern California and has lived most of his life in Paradise Valley, Montana He published his first novel, Eragon, in 2003 at the age of nineteen, and quickly became a publishing phenomenon His Inheritance Cycle Eragon and its three sequels have sold nearly 40 million copies worldwideTo Sleep in a Sea of Starsis his first adult 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.



10 thoughts on “Eragon, Eldest & Brisingr

  1. says:

    This was probably the only series I ever read that could compete and possibly beat the Harry Potter series I read the whole series in less than a week and there are a lot of pages all together My favorite one is Brisingr but you have to read the whole series, start to finish, to understand what s going on I definitely recommend


  2. says:

    When I read that Inheritance was coming out I decided to reread the series and found, on this second read through, that, while I still like them, I was not nearly so impressed as I had been the first time Perhaps I tooktime the first time around, or perhaps I have just been reading too much Robert Jordan in the mean time, but I feel l


  3. says:

    This is most definitely the very best book series I have ever read and I ve read a lot of books As soon as I started reading the first book, the series shot up to my top favorite book, and no book has ever come close to competing with this series Paolini, although younger than most authors, paints a perfect picture of whatever is going on at


  4. says:

    Eldest is a great book, but if you want to read it you have to read Eragon first Eldest is the sequel to the book Eragon and is a great book if you re into dragons and science fiction The third book to the sequel comes out in September I loved this book and I think you will too The main character of the book is Eragon He is a young farm boy that fi


  5. says:

    this serries was by far my favourite of all times and I want the popularity and love for these books to spread like wild fire.Christopher Paolini is a genious.Throut his books in this series he managed to make me feel everything from exuberance to dread to hate, despise, joy, love, wonder.etc every emotion you can imagin this authour brought fully into pl


  6. says:

    Eragon was a regular boy living in a town called Carvahall, in a mysterious land named Alaga sia Eragon lived on a farm with his Uncle Garrow, and his brother, Roran One day, when Eragon is hunting in the spine, he finds a mysterious blue colored stone which he hopes to appraise at market for a high value Instead, the stone cracks, and out comes a baby dragon Er


  7. says:

    I think that it is amazing that this kid was so young when he started writing theseand his vocabulary is far beyond mine In my never ending search for boy young adult books I would highly recommend this but beware of reading level.I was so upset that Brisingr wasn t the end like it was supposed to My mom was going to have this sent to me and then I was supposed to brin


  8. says:

    All three were very good books and I loved reading them finding out what would happen next my favorite out of these three though is definitely Brisingr I enjoyed finding out all the secrets that were unveiled and continually surprised me and gave me lots to think about the book Eragon and Eldest were both just as good though, they both were action packed and full of twists an


  9. says:

    Perfect books to read about a fantasy world You become enthralled in the characters and begin to know what their reactions will before you even read the next page I would definitely recommend this book series.


  10. says:

    I think it is better than LOTR, I guess because of the simplicity of expression


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