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Christopher Paolini, Eragon: Inheritance, Book I

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Written on: 14/04/2013

The book tells the story of a young farm boy named Eragon, who finds a mysterious blue stone in the mountains. he thinks it as a lucky discovery by a farm boy. he tought that if he sells that stone he would get some meat for his family. it reveales later that its an egg. from the egg a small young blue-dragon, saphira, hatches out. The dragon, Saphira, establishes an unbreakable bond with the young man who learns that he is the only dragon-rider to have come into existence in many years; and that he will have to choose whether to resist the evil king/dragon-rider Galbatorix or surrender and join him. With his home destroyed and his uncle murdered by the Ra’zac (evil dragon hunters employed by Galbatorix) Eragon sets out on a journey with his mentor, Brom, to learn the dragon riding craft and enact his revenge on the Ra’zac. once when he was learning how to ride on his dragon he saw two Ra'zac attacking on Brom and he killed them. Then he went to save arya, queen of elfs, who was a prizoner of king galbatorix. he saved her from the prizon but Brom was injures siverly and later died. he went to the varden to save arya who was poisoned by a shade. the army of king galbatorix reached the city of varden. eragon and saphira, the soldiers of varden, fights against the enemies. eargon fights against durza,a shade, and kills him but saphira was siverly injured.after the battle she dies. but eragon uses his magical power and gives her life again. then he starts his journey again to kill king galbatorix.
the story continues in the next parts, eldest, brisinger and inheritance.

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