Inheritance Cycle Series: Eldest By Christopher Paolini

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The second book in Inheritance cycle series: Eldest is written by Christopher Paolini. It is based in a fiction time era were dragons, elves, and other mystical things roamed. Also, it was published on August 25, 2005. Christopher Paolini was born on November 17, 1983 in Southern California. He has lived most of his life in Paradise Valley, Montana with his parents and younger sister, Angela. The tall, jagged Bear tooth Mountains rise on one side of Paradise Valley. Snowcapped most of the year, they inspired the fantastic scenery in the Inheritance Cycle. He graduated high school at 15. There are 4 book in this series, counting eldest. To promote the books, Christopher would go to schools to talk about reading and writings dressed in medieval…show more content…
After that battle, the two heroes travel to Ellesmera, land of the elves, for further training in magic and swordsmanship. In preparation for the great battle against the King. It also talks about the hardship his cousin, Roran, goes through trying to protect himself and his village. Roran is trying to move his village to safety from Galbatorix men. Roran is hoping to find safety in Farther Dur. Also it goes in the view of the new leader of the Varden, Nasuada. It tells how eragon put a curse on a little girl on accident, which causes her to take the pain from other people and put it on herself. When Eragon returns and hears about what he has done, he promises her that he will fix it. Also throughout the book, it changes points of view, for example: it would go from Eragon point to Roran and then to Nasuada…show more content…
When the dragon egg hatches, he names her Saphira, which he got the name from Brom who told him the stories of the Dragon Riders and the two are linked for life and he assumes the only person alive with a rare and powerful status of a Dragon Rider. The king Galbatorix who is a dragon rider becomes evil himself pursues Eragon and Saphire, the Dragon. The king's sinister and inhuman agents kill Eragon's uncle Garrow who helped raise him and burn his farm and this makes Eragon to flee with the village storyteller, Brom, who was also a Dragon Rider. Eragon and Brom goes and tries to find The Varden. On the way, Brom trained him and taught him some way to use magic. They meets a lot of people and some became friends and then some became enemies. Brom guides Eragon in what he needs to know and he later dies defending him. The two are later led to a hollow mountain called Farthen Dur that has both a dwarf city where human resistance fighters called the Varden have their temporary homes. An army in Galbatorix's services attacks Farthen Dur. Eragon manages to kill Durza with the help of Saphire and an elf named Arya although he sustains a serious wound across his back in the

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