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... (read more)
Written on: 30/08/2009 by assassin64 (5 reviews written)
Christopher Paolini, Eragon: Inheritance, Book I: Eragon is book which is better than Harry Potter by far. It is about a boy named Eragon who finds a blue stone in the Spine and how his life and also everyone around him changes after he discovers that the blue stone is carrying a dragon hatchling. This book contains some great moments and is a must read-and-buy. Awesome book by an author who was 17 years old when he wrote it. (read more)
Written on: 02/10/2008
Christopher Paolini, Eragon was very suspenseful and very descriptive. I really enjoyed it, highly recommended. (read more)
Written on: 30/04/2008
Eragon was a great and exciting adventure. Iloved the part when eragon had first got into the elven world of ellesmera. The cover of the book was AWESOME!!! Gladr looked so powerful. I first loved Harry potter more than anything! But now im excited about everything like riders,elves,and dwarves. I just cant wait to read Brisngr. It had everything a book needs. Also alot of suspense. Like the part when Oromis came out of nowhere with his magnificent dragon. I loved the whole book. Eldest was... (read more)
Written on: 15/08/2006 by 223b3yrs (11 reviews written)
Eragon: Inheritance, Book I by Christopher Paolini may have been similar to The Lord of the Rings, but it diverges in many ways, and I liked it a lot. I can hardly wait for the third book to come out. I was so disappointed when I found out that he had been signing books in my town last year, and I had no idea about it.
I think the part where Eragon first uses his powers was a little bit gory, but that's just me and I am a wuss.
I liked it a lot. It is one of my top twenty books. (read more)
Written on: 06/08/2006 by Akkarin01 (11 reviews written)
Although the story is slightly unoriginal in itself it is very good, you can connect with the characters, there is no fault with the story except its references to Lord of the Rings. I would recommend this book and its sequel Eldest. (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2005 by freecellgame1 (2 reviews written)
Eragon Inheritance: Book 1 by Christopher Paolini is a very good book!
I'll give you a real quick summary of it... Eragon finds a stone in the mysterious Spine. The stone is shiny, smooth, and indestructible. Eragon asks all sorts of people if they know what it is, no one knows. One night the stone starts to make noises and move... you'll have to read the book to find out why!
Eragon is full of action, suspense, and a bit of mystery. (read more)
Written on: 23/06/2004 by alchemilla88 (2 reviews written)
For a fantasy book written by a teenager, Eragon: Inheritance exhibits a good deal of depth and is exciting enough to keep a reader interested from cover to cover. It is definately worth a read if you enjoy the fantasy genre.
While it does seem that the author tends to borrow on other works of sci-fi and fantasy for certain story elements, there is an adequate amount of originality as well. And one can't be too harsh on this point anyway; there are few works within this genre today that... (read more)
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