Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle, #1) Eragon question

Do you call it the Eragon series or the Inheritance Cycle or other?
deleted member Feb 19, 2012 06:10PM
I personally call it the Eragon series. xD

The Inheritance Cycle!

I tend to refer to it as the "Eragon books." XD


i say eragon books. i did not it was the inheritance series till the last book

Cat (last edited Mar 02, 2012 12:34PM ) Feb 19, 2012 06:52PM   0 votes
I just call it Eragon and Eldest and all the books by name...

The Inheritance Cycle...

I call it the eragon books until i found out thats not what there called

It depends. If I'm speaking to someone who has read the books or at least heard of them I'd say Inheritance Cycle. If I'm with someone who has no clue about what that means then I'll just say Eragon and everyone would be like "Ooooh... That's what you meant..."

Oh crap........ I forgot to do this on time....... Oh well I am happy to give my opinion :D I actually use both. I can't really choose what I want to call the series. Great books though! If you haven't read them, I highly suggest to do so.

Kevin (last edited Feb 27, 2012 01:03AM ) Feb 21, 2012 03:09PM   0 votes
"Eragon books". lol
Sometimes I'll take the extra effort and call it "Inheritance books" and I've even attempted "Paolini cycle" but no one knew what I meant so...

I definitely say the Eragon series, haha. Most people don't know it by Inheritance Cycle, and they're more likely to know Eragon.

I say Eragon Eldest and just list the books

Eragon books otherwise people give me a blank look and go "wha?"

Eragon books

Eragon, it's easiest and everyone knows what I'm talking about. And I don't even know what it is called in my language.

'eragon and the others'

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