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Eldest by Christopher Paolini
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Jun 17, 10

bookshelves: young-adult, fantasy
Read from March 14 to June 17, 2010

** spoiler alert ** I don't know, this book was one big meh for me. Eragon's trainig grows boring very quickly, how the pains in his back are solved is an anti-climax, Arya is still playing hard to get and I didn't really care for Roran's chapters; that could have been a story he would tell Eragon after he heroicly killed the Twins. I'm very sad for Murtagh, I totally adored him... Why do all the hot guys have to turn bad? Him being Eragon's brother?.. Way too rushed and come on, who didn't see that one coming?
Only things I really did like in Eldest were Angela ('cause she's awesome) and how Sapphira calls Eragon "little one" (that was really sweet).

Edit: One thing that annoyed me in particular was the complete unnecessary and random use of the word "naught". Why do they keep saying that?! I guess Paolini wanted to give their language an antique or sophisticated feel but come on, throwing "naught" in every sentence where "none" or "zero" would suffice is just stupid.
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Reading Progress

03/17/2010 page 188
28.14%
03/25/2010 page 370
55.39% "Ohmygod! Just found out there are 50 pages missing in my book! Can't believe this... Really hate Waterstones at the moment.."
06/02/2010 page 438
65.57% "Finally got a new copy, so I can continue reading"
06/16/2010 page 580
82.0% "Finally, something's happening"
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