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read Eldest author Christopher Paolini kindle ↠ Paperback ì reflectionslisburnltd Á Darkness fallsdespair aboundsevil reignsEragon and his dragon Saphira have just saved the rebel state from destruction by the mighty forces of King Galbatorix cruel ruler of the Empire Now Eragon must trTravel to Ellesmera land of the elves for further training in the skills of the Dragon Rider Ages 1 45 starsTruly I have nothing bad to say about this book I liked every moment was engaged kept finding myself excited about the story It did many fantasy elements well I enjoyed the training portions the shocking revelations the magic system seeing young love through a male protagonist's POV and the fact that injury and disability in heroes during wartime was something that was represented And DRAGONS The dragonrider relationship is my favorite part of this seriesEven though I enjoyed everything about this book there's something holding me back from 5 stars I still can't say this is a favorite series but after being unimpressed with book 1 I was delighted to enjoy this one so much and am eager to continue the series

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Darkness fallsdespair aboundsevil reignsEragon and his dragon Saphira have just saved the rebel stat I hate Eragon but I was intrigued to see if Paolini has improved so I borrowed this book and attempted to read itI hate Eragon I hate Eldest even If Eragon is bad it at least had a semblance of a traditional plot the introduction the buildup the climax and the teaser for the next chapter of the journey Eldest started off with a flat summary then it went straight into a continuation from the previous story and around 600 pages of exposition full of step by step miniscule details that have no bearing towards the plot at all before finally going to a faux climax again The faux climax battle of dragons comes out of the blue as there was a sadly sparse attempt of interweaving it with the bulk of the book I rather thought the 600 page could be edited out to just 10 pages and it might've made the book a bit better and much bearable for the readers So how did I bear reading the book? I didn't I skimmed through the book saving myself from the complete painful experience yet still scarred enough to warn other people against reading it The 600 page in short emo angsting superprotagonist transformation excessive hero worship and fumbly teenage crushing God only knows what Paolini's last chapter will be like All I know is that if this is what people call good writing I like many others fear for humanityNOTE If you're an Eragon fangirl huffing and puffing about my review being mean save your energy I'll just ignore and delete your comment Why? Because I can This is my review of the said book and it won't change just because you're twisting your knickers over it If you don't like it move along find a review you like hug each other and sing kumbaya together over a Saphira spit roast

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Eldest author Christopher PaoliE from destruction by the mighty forces of King Galbatorix cruel ruler of the Empire Now Eragon must Eldest The Inheritance Cycle #2 Christopher Paolini Eldest is the second novel in the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini and the seuel to Eragon Eldest was first published in hardcover on August 23 2005 and was released in paperback in September 2006 Eldest begins following several important events in Eragon The story is the continued adventures of Eragon and his dragon Saphira centering on their journey to the realm of the Elves in order to further Eragon's training as a Dragon Rider Other plots in the story focus on Roran Eragon's cousin who leads the inhabitants of Carvahall to Surda to join the Varden and Nasuada as she takes on her father's role as leader of the Varden Eldest ends at the Battle of the Burning Plains where Eragon faces a new Dragon Rider Murtagh and a new dragon Thorn تاریخ نخستین خوانش سال 2008 میلادیعنوان الدست نویسنده کریستوفر پائولینی؛ مترجم مهناز ولی؛ تهران، زهره، 1386؛ در دو جلد؛ شابک دوره 9789642981007؛عنوان الدست نویسنده کریستوفر پائولینی؛ مترجم محمد نورالهی؛ تهران، بهنام لیوسا، 1386؛ در دو جلد؛ شابک دوره 9789645668407؛از سه گانه میراث یکدومین کتاب از سری چهارگانه ی وراثت، از سری رمان فانتزی، و حماسی وراثت، بنوشته ی «کریستوفر پائولینی» است، که نخستین بار، در سال 2005میلادی به چاپ رسید؛ اراگون اکنون باید سفر خویش را، از فاردن دور و شهر ترونجهیم پایتخت کوتوله ها، به سوی الزمیرا پایتخت اِلف هاآغاز کند؛ او با فهمیدن رازی بزرگ، که حتی بیشتر «الف»ها نیز نمیدانند، آموزشهایش را ادامه میدهد و؛ ا شربیانی