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Eragon continues his fight against the evil empire in the second book, which willmake little sense without the first. In this books he meets up with all kinds and shapes.
The second book in the Inheritance series, Eldest, is about Dragons and the people who ride them, called Riders. The main characters are Eragon, a human and Saphira, who is his dragon. In this story Eragon and Saphira travel to Du Weldenvarden to train with the Elves. When they are done training they fight in a big battle in Surda.
After defeating the shade Durza in the battle of Farthen Dur, Eragon and his dragon saphira must travel to the guarded realm of the elves to learn the secrets of magic and the Ancient Language. Meanwhile in Carvahall, his old home, his cousin Roran must fight against the vile Ra'zac and take his own place at the head of his people
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Violence: It's basically a fantasy book about war
Violence: battles some bloody and brutal some sad betrayals and EPIC scenes
Coarse Language: This title contains Coarse Language.
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"Live in the present, remember the past, and fear not the future, for it doesn't exist and shall. There is only now."
“It is better to be taught to think critically than to be told on what to believe.”
“Live in the present, remember the past, and fear not the future, for it doesn't exist and never shall. There is only now.”
Reaching out, Murtagh pried Zar'roc from Eragon's fist and unbuckled Zar'roc's red sheath from the belt of Beloth the Wise. "If I have become my father, then I will have my father's blade. Thorn is my dragon, and a thorn he shall be to all our enemies. It is only right. then, that I should also wield the sword Misery. Misery and Thorn, a fit match. Besides, Zar'roc should have gone to Morzan's eldest son, not his youngest. It is mine by right of birth."