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Mr. Craig D. Halsall "C.Halsall" (Bordon, Hampshire)
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Eldest (Inheritance Cycle)
Eldest (Inheritance Cycle)
by Christopher Paolini
Edition: Hardcover

16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Christopher Poalini :"Eldest", 24 July 2006
Once i read Eragon i thought that the second book wouldn't be as good, but was i wrong!

The way the book was written with the interwebbing of the two lives of Eragon and Roran was a superb idea.

There are extracts from the book that are purely sublime, i read them over and over again.

I think in comparison to the first one it is better overall especially the ending, not that i wanted it to finish.

I think that if you follow that pattern of the books they keep getting better, so the third book should be the best yet.


Eragon: Book One (The Inheritance Cycle)
Eragon: Book One (The Inheritance Cycle)
by Christopher Paolini
Edition: Hardcover

4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Christopher Poalini, "Eragon", 23 July 2006
When i first purchased this book, i wasn't sure if i would like it.

I read the first few chapters and suddenly became engrossed in the pure splender of the book.

Poalini writes in a way that makes the plot of the book seem real.

It is a book that you never want to put down, a large contributor to this is the way that Poalini bring each aspect of his work to life, when he writes a chapter, with a quirky section, you can't help but laugh at what has transpired, and if there is an aprehensive moment you can feel it, you just need to find out what has happened.

You cannot stand to miss out on this five star book.


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