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So, Inheritance. This was the book I had been looking forward to from the moment I finished Eragon, and I was not disappointed.
Eragon and the other characters have really grown and changed throughout the story, and I feel like all the character arcs were sorted out nicely. I'm not going to name anything, but I have read books that tied up everything, leaving nothing to speculate about, or anything for future generations of characters to try to solve.
I'm sad it's over, but I look forward to reading it again! The final book in the Inheritance cycle. When an enemy dragon rider and once ally, Murtagh and his dragon, Thorn, defend the city of Dras Leona, Eragon and his allies are forced to come up with a plan to open the main gate without a direct confrontation.
Afterwards, Eragon and his dragon Saphira seek out a prophecy relayed to them in the first book. At the end of his series Paolini accumulated a lot of skills within his work and writings. The differences between his first book and his last are drastic and blatant. Character development improved greatly throughout the finale where you can see Eragon and Roran change mentaly. Though the ending does seem cliche, it was good to at least see an author have an ending already planned out when starting a series.
Rating 4. This is truly one of my favorite books of all time. No character nor facet of the plot is left incomplete, though a few loose ends do exist, which suggests a sequel possibly even beyond the novellas that were recently released.
Eragon and Saphira full out one last chapter of their quest to vanquish the powerful and corrupt king, Galbatorix. This book is incredible in every way, and the magic is unique and captivating.
What makes this book great is.. All of the characters are amazing and well-developed, as is the plot. But what I love the most about it is that it is so much longer than a book should reasonably be, and yet you can not notice it; it does not feel like a long book when you are reading it! That and it is a really good ending.
It wraps up all of the main plot points, making it a satisfying end to the series. And yet, a few loose ends are intentionally left, which makes me super-excited for another book! But either way, I can now say that Christopher Paolini is now my favourite author, and all because of the Inheritance Cycle.
Ten out of ten, easy. Angila is the best. This book is a complete masterpiece! A wonderful fantasy read if you like dragons, amazing battles, and a little romance. These are one of those books that get you thinking about what happens next.
Good thing there is gonna be a book five in about half a decade or so. You can see how much Eragon has changed since the first book, more confident, strong, wiser, and more mature. It is very deep, and has a twist that might be obvious, but is also surprising. The ending chapters were not as active as the rest of the book, but being the end of the series, it's understandable that it would be slower paced.
Still a magnificent book and series. The ending is so sad. I almost cry just thinking about it. I dearly want Christopher Paolini to write another book including Eragon, Saphira, Arya, and Firnen, even if they are only secondary characters.
Like teachers. And of course Angela would be there. It is a beautiful series, and the world of Alagaesia needs to be explored more, it is too magnificent to be forgotten. I did find some misspellings and grammar errors, but it is an page book, what can you expect? Atra du evarinya ono varda. Eka elrun ono, Paolini, wiol thornessa. Umbreon2 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and Coomb thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 14 and BreachingNarwhal thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over.
Nor should you want to. By the hurts we accumulate, we measure both our follies and our accomplishments. Before he could suggest a new topic, a loud scream rang out from some where in the middle of the camp. The cry echoed three times over the rows of tents before fading into silence.
Eragon looked at Angela, and she at him, and they both began to laugh. Violence: Okay, well, it can be a bit gory of some sort. It doesn't really bother me, but to others it may. Violence: It didn't really bother me, but some people might find it a little gory. Skip to main navigation Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to search Skip to content.
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This information will be updated regularly as needed. Average Rating:. Rate this:. Perfect for fans of Lord of the Rings, the New York Times bestselling Inheritance Cycle about the dragon rider Eragon has sold over 35 million copies and is an international fantasy sensation.
Not so very long ago, Eragon--Shadeslayer, Dragon Rider--was nothing more than a poor farm boy, and his dragon, Saphira, only a blue stone in the forest. Now the fate of an entire civilization rests on their shoulders. Long months of training and battle have brought victories and hope, but they have also brought heartbreaking loss. And still, the real battle lies ahead: they must confront Galbatorix.
When they do, they will have to be strong enough to defeat him. And if they cannot, no one can. There will be no second chances. The Rider and his dragon have come further than anyone dared to hope. And if so, at what cost?
This is the much-anticipated, astonishing conclusion to the worldwide bestselling Inheritance cycle. Knopf, c Edition: 1st ed. ISBN: Characteristics: xviii, p.
Alternative Title: Vault of souls. From the critics. Comment Add a Comment. The ending to the Inheritance Cycle, and a true must read.
Loved the whole series and the ending just left me in a pit of despair. Age Suitability Add Age Suitability. CuddleyBear thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over.
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Vault of Souls
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The Vault of Souls (chapter)
May 31, PM. I have to agree. I agree that the qualifications that Solembum set where not met. I also think that it shouldnt have ended there. However i loved the book and even with a couple. Was an awesome book!
Inheritance, Or, The Vault of Souls
When all seems lost and your power is insufficient, go to the Rock of Kuthian and speak your name to open the Vault of Souls. The Vault of Souls was a secret cache on Vroengard , located over a mile underneath the roots of Mount Erolas , that was magically sealed by the Rock of Kuthian. Solembum , the werecat , told Eragon that if he was ever in need of strength, he should go the Rock of Kuthian and open the Vault of Souls by speaking his name. Oromis stated that the Rock of Kuthian struck a familiar chord with him, but he had never before heard of the Vault of Souls.
Inheritance, or, The Vault of Souls - The Inheritance Cycle
So, Inheritance. This was the book I had been looking forward to from the moment I finished Eragon, and I was not disappointed. Eragon and the other characters have really grown and changed throughout the story, and I feel like all the character arcs were sorted out nicely. I'm not going to name anything, but I have read books that tied up everything, leaving nothing to speculate about, or anything for future generations of characters to try to solve. I'm sad it's over, but I look forward to reading it again! The final book in the Inheritance cycle.