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This action-packed book is full of violence but it is so exciting that I kept reading until midnight on more than one occasion. I would reccomend this to anyone really, especially kids. I loved this series and I mourn the deaths of many characters that I got attached to through this well written novel by Christopher Paolini. I was really sad when this book ended because it’s the last book in this series but when I finished the 509 page book, the 637 page book, the 748 page and finally the 849 page book I felt that I accomplished something big, one goal that I had for months. I am happy to have finished this series but I can’t wait to read more books by Christopher Paolini. Check it out!
Review “This is just as brilliant as all the other books in the series and ends spectacularly, but not in the way I expected …” Guardian “The popularity of fantasy books shows no sign of waning. Kids are catered for with Inheritance by Christopher Paolini” The People “Featuring spectacular artwork by John Jude Palencar, this book brings the bestselling Inheritance cycle to a breathtaking conclusion” Middlesbrough Evening Gazette –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Inheritance (Inheritance Cycle) Hardcover – November 8, 2011 by Christopher Paolini (Author) Review
This is the fourth and final part of 4 books of great story telling by the author. The story is riveting and exciting. Putting the book down is very hard as I wanted to find out what happens next. The conclusion is good. … lending the possibility of future continuation of the story telling about all the interesting characters . ……. if the author chooses to do so. I hope he does. .. and I will be one of the first to get hold of his book(s) to enjoy his great story telling. … -Read Reviews-
I just finished Inheritance after having been unable to put it down for the past few days and I really don’t know what to think. I thought the book was awesome, engrossing and epic up until the last 100 pages or so. All the way up until the defeat of Galbatorix I would’ve given this book four or maybe five stars but the ending is seriously lame and depressing. Although I found the few random plot lines slightly irksome (Roran’s invincibility and bloodlust in city after city, the random woman you saves Roran, Tenga, etc. ), I was willing to overlook them in light of the really wonderful good vs. evil story Paolini has created. I thought the Vault of Souls and Vroengard was wonderful and clever. I was completely and happily surprised at the egg revelation. Angela is awesome (I hope he eventually writes a book just about her), Galbatorix is wonderfully written, almost making you see the logic behind is villainy. The Murtagh/Nasuada story is so organic and personal and one of my favorite plot lines in the book. I really enjoyed how Galbatorix met his demise and thought it was brilliant and worked perfectly. I honestly thought this was a fantastic book all the way up to the climax and then it just went downhill really, really quickly.
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