Christopher Paolini, Brisingr (Inheritance Cycle) Reviews

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“Disappointing, page after page of babble with a bit of...”

Written on: 17/11/2008 by meowme (1 review written)

Disappointing, page after page of babble with a bit of action and forwarding of the tale now and again, minimal explainations of issues brought up in the first 2 of the (trilogy) series.
I'm in agreement with others, this is a money-making exercise now, if book 3 is the way it's heading, then the conclusion of the tale should be reach anywhere between book 6-8… Read Full Review

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“Christopher Paolini's Brisingr is full of fluff. I was...”

Written on: 27/09/2008

Christopher Paolini's Brisingr is full of fluff. I was fortunate enough to listen to it instead of read it and thereby able to get other tasks done and I don't need to demand hours of my life back. When Gerard Doyle would change his voice to read certain pointless characters (e.g. the dwarf mother who lived far below the city) I would fast forward until the story would return to slightly less pointless of characters. I enjoyed the first 2 books of this former "Trilogy" because unlike Brisingr… Read Full Review

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“All of the story in Christopher Paolini's Brisingr is...”

Written on: 24/09/2008 by Poi (1 review written)

All of the story in Christopher Paolini's Brisingr is in the last half of the book. It also doesn't finish the story - the author just wants more $$$$ - kind of sad really. If Paolini had completed the trilogy it would make me want to carry on reading other books of his, as it is, I will no longer continue to support him as an author. i.e. buy his books. This may seem harsh but I was disappointed… Read Full Review

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