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message 1: by Vassi (new)

Vassi Too funny!


message 2: by Julie (new)

Julie S. I 100% agree that he told us far too many things that were not needed. Interesting way of pointing it out. "Freudian minds" comment was funny.


message 3: by [deleted user] (new)

Good description is necessary, but we didn't think we needed to know some things.


message 4: by D.M. (new)

D.M. Best review ever!


message 5: by Julio (new)

Julio Genao accurate review is accurate.


message 6: by Joe (new)

Joe Lundy Sorry to be the outlander in this set of comments of this post, but I must make one thing clear. Most of the complaints this book has gotten is that it is too long. Sorry but if you don't like good, vivid details of a specific location in your mind, then this as well as many other book are not for you.

I thought Paolini wrote this book very well and he was obviously influenced by one of the greatest pieces of literature ever which is Lord of the Rings(and some Harry Potter). Mind you that book makes this book seem like a Dr. Seuss book when it comes to size. Don't mean to sound mean, but I'm irritated that people feel that they have to be on the edge of their seat the entire length of the book. By the way, Nazgul is from Lord of the Rings unless you meant to put that their.


message 7: by Joseph (new)

Joseph Perry Nazgul? I think you mean Ra'zac.


message 8: by Brenda (new)

Brenda A Lol at the above two comments.
This review cracked me up


message 9: by Orinthia (new)

Orinthia It's not Orc, it's Urgal, and it's not nazugall or whatever you said it's Ras'ac


message 10: by Elena (last edited Aug 13, 2015 06:17AM) (new)

Elena Glitch To everyone complaining about Nazgul and Orc...
That was the joke. Ya missed it. Flew right past you.


message 11: by Lettie (new)

Lettie Oh, and yes Elena, I Read your comment, I meant Ra'zac


message 12: by Julio (new)

Julio Genao this is what happens when we give internet access to people who still bring home parental consent forms


message 13: by Miles (new)

Miles Chou I'm a kid so sorry to adults who think this comment is immature but i seriously lost my *@&(@ hah


message 14: by RangerBryn (new)

RangerBryn Can you not pick on Christopher Paolini, please? How would you feel if someone was pointing out every little "flaw" in YOUR book? It wouldn't make you feel very good, would it?


message 15: by Brenda (new)

Brenda A RangerBryn wrote: "Can you not pick on Christopher Paolini, please? How would you feel if someone was pointing out every little "flaw" in YOUR book? It wouldn't make you feel very good, would it?"

RangerBryn, it is HER review space, to say whatever she wants. She gives her honest opinion, with backup, for why she did not like it. You do not have to read it if it makes you feel uncomfortable.


message 16: by Romana (new)

Romana Omg, this review wins everything!


message 17: by Brenan (new)

Brenan This review is hilarious XD


message 18: by Chantal (new)

Chantal Loved your review!


message 19: by Charlie Wesche (new)

Charlie Wesche i love them all you are totally wrong


message 20: by James (new)

James I am actually curious about the Nazgul steeds. Are they endothermic or exothermic?


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