Eragon Quotes

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Christopher Paolini
“Books are my friends, my companions. They make me laugh and cry and find meaning in life.”
Christopher Paolini, Eragon

Christopher Paolini
Have I ever told you how glad I am we're not enemies? Eragon asked.
No, but it's very sweet of you.
Christopher Paolini, Brisingr

Christopher Paolini
“Into the sky to win or die.”
Christopher Paolini, Eragon

Christopher Paolini
“Saphira waved her tail, the tip whistling loudly. "I'm not asking you to. However, if we attack first, we may gain the advantage."
"Have you gone crazy? They'll..." Eragon's voice trailed off as he thought about it. "They won't be able to do a thing."
"Exactly," said Saphira. "We can inflict lots of damage from a safe height."
"Let's drop rocks on them!”
Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paolini
“Thats the spirit-one part brave,three parts fool.”
Christopher Paolini, Eragon

Christopher Paolini
“I'll fight when needed, revel when there's an occasion, mourn when there is grief and die if my time comes...But I will not let anyone use me against my will.”
Christopher Paolini, Eragon

Christopher Paolini
“I think it would dismay them to know what it takes to feed you. Not to mention that you could empty their cellars of beer and wine in a single night.' Eragon said.
I would never, Saphira sniffed. Maybe in two nights.
Christopher Paolini, Eldest

Christopher Paolini
“You cannot miss what you have never had.”
christopher paolini, Eldest

Christopher Paolini
“I have a new name for pain.
What’s that?
The Obliterator. Because when you’re in pain, nothing else can exist. Not thought. Not emotion. Only the drive to escape the pain. When it’s strong enough, the Obliterator strips us of everything that makes us who we are, until we’re reduced to creatures less than animals, creatures with a single desire and goal: escape.
A good name, then.
Christopher Paolini, Eldest

Christopher Paolini
“How terrible," said Eragon, "to die alone, separate even from the one who is closest to you."

Everyone dies alone, Eragon. Whether you are a king on a battlefield or a lowly peasant lying in bed among your family, no one can accompany you into the void.
Christopher Paolini, Eldest

Christopher Paolini
“I am not who I was,' he whispered, gripping the edges of the column, 'but I know who I am.'...
'And I won't give up.”
Christopher Paolini, Inheritance

Christopher Paolini
“Forgive me if I stare, I knew you were young, but even then I was expecting someone a little more, well, more.”
Christopher Paolini, Eragon

Christopher Paolini
“Who is it who decides that one man should live and another should die? My life wasn't worth any more than his, but he's the one who's buried, while I get to enjoy at least a few more hours above the ground. Is it chance, random and cruel, or is there some purpose or pattern to all this, even if it lies beyond our ken?”
Christopher Paolini, Inheritance

Christopher Paolini
“I'm healthy as an ox. And you?" "To compare myself with a bovine would be both ridiculous and insulting, but I'm fit as ever, if that is what you are asking.”
Christopher Paolini, Brisingr

Christopher Paolini
“She lowered her head until it was at his level. He stroked the line of her jaw, and then pressed his forehead against her hard snout and held her as tightly as he could, her scales sharp against his fingers. Hot tears began to slide down his cheeks.
'Why do you cry?' she asked.
'Because... I'm lucky enough to be bonded with you.'
'Little one.”
Christopher Paolini, Inheritance

Christopher Paolini
“She gave him a wan smile. "And then you came, Eragon. You and Saphira. After hope had deserted me and I was about to be taken to Galbatorix in Uru'baen, a Rider appeared to rescue me. A rider and a dragon!"
"And Morzan's son," he said. "Both of Morzan's sons."
"Describe it how you will, it was such an improbable rescue, I occasionally think that I did go mad and that I've imagined everything since.”
Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paolini
“Barzûl!”
Christopher Paolini, Eldest

Christopher Paolini
“What have you done?' he said, his voice hollow and strained. He stepped back and put his fists to his temples. 'What have you done!'
With an effort, Eragon said, 'Made you understand.”
Christopher Paolini, Inheritance

Christopher Paolini
“Eragon cried out, and in his desperation he reached for Saphira and the Eldunarí... and without meaning to, he drew from their stories of energy.
And with that energy he cast a spell.
It was a spell without words... His was a spell of instinct and emotion; language could not contain it.”
Christopher Paolini, Inheritance

Christopher Paolini
“Lifaen beamed and cried, “Isn’t she glorious? See how her scales catch the light! No treasure in the world can match this sight.” Similar exclamations floated across the river from Narí.
“Bloody unbearable, that’s what it is,” muttered Orik into his beard. Eragon hid a smile, though he agreed with the dwarf. The elves never seemed to tire of praising Saphira.
Nothing’s wrong with a few compliments, said Saphira. She landed with a gigantic splash and submerged her head to escape a diving sparrow.
Of course not, said Eragon.
Saphira eyed him from underwater. Was that sarcasm?
Christopher Paolini, Eldest

Christopher Paolini
“Then, as they stood there, struggling back and forth without avail, Eragon said in a low fierce voice, "I...see...you."
A bright spark appeared in Arya's eyes, then vanished just as quickly.”
Christopher Paolini, Inheritance

Christopher Paolini
“It is a better world. A place where we ate responsible for our actions, where we can be kind to one another because we want to and becauseit is the right thing to do instead of being frightened into behaving by the threat of divine punishment.”
Christopher Paolini, Eldest

Christopher Paolini
“Arya.' He looked down the silvery river and then back at Arya, and he gripped the hilt of Brisingr. He was so full of emotion, he trembled. He did not want to leave, but he knew he must. 'Stay with me-'
Her gaze darted up. 'I cannot.'
'...stay with me until the first curve in the river.'
She hesitated, then nodded.”
Christopher Paolini, Inheritance

Christopher Paolini
“There is a proper way to greet the sentinels in Ceris, certain patterns and forms that you must observe when presented to Queen Islanzadí, and a hundred different manners in which to greet those around you, if it’s not better to just remain quiet.”
“With all your customs,” Eragon risked saying, “it seems as though you’ve only made it easier to offend people.”
A smile flickered across her lips. “Perhaps.”
Christopher Paolini, Eldest

Christopher Paolini
“As a person i couldnt say, although i am well apuainted with tales of his atrocities. every time brom and i crossed paths with him, he was trying to kill us. or ratar, capture, torture, and then killus, none of which are productive to establishing a close relationship" _ Jeod”
Christopher Paolini, Brisingr

Christopher Paolini
“So the question becomes, If you are ever faced with this choice are you willing to die for what you believe in? For that is the only way you will deny him. [...] It's a difficult question and not one you can answer until you're faced with it. Keep in mind that many people have died for their beliefs; it's actually quite common. The real courage is in living and suffering for what you believe.”
Christopher Paolini, Eragon

Christopher Paolini
“Congratulations, you've just been promoted!”
Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paolini
“m doing my best"
"no,this isn't your best. We shall recognize your best when it appears”
Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paolini
“Love, family, accomplishments - they are all torn away, leaving nothing. What is the worth of anything we do?
Saphira: The worth is in the act. Your worth halts when you surrender the will to change and experience life.”
Christopher Paolini, Eragon

Christopher Paolini
“Leave the dead to the Earth. They are not for us.”
Christopher Paolini Valdr

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