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Brisingr by Christopher Paolini
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Oct 17, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: 11th-grade-shelf
Recommended for: anyone hopefully

-this is the inheritance series so you might not get some things

The boy Eragon who had started out as a farmer now becomes a rider who relationship have been mixed with the Varden, dwarfs and even Urgals. He also dreads being the son of Morzan one of the Fornzarn who overthrough the Riders (a pair human/elf with a dragon who used to remain peace). However, he is then assign several task which would soon test in loyalty. In addition, it might even get him closer to the truth about his past.

This is a book i recommend to almost anyone. It made me long and too informative at first, but as long as you stick with the book. The action will get more intense until you reach a point where you cannot put the book down. Its somewhat like Harry Potter. There is a secret in each of these sequels and the secrets get more interesting as the plot progresses.
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