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Sunday, December 4, 2011

Inheritance by: Christopher Paolini

Inheritance (Inheritance, #4)Inheritance by: Christopher Paolini
Published: November 8th, 2011
Publisher: Random House
Page count: 880
Format: hardcover
Series: Inheritance cycle #4
Buy the book: Amazon

Summary from Goodreads:
Not so very long ago, Eragon—Shadeslayer, Dragon Rider—was nothing more than a poor farm boy, and his dragon, Saphira, only a blue stone in the forest. Now the fate of an entire civilization rests on their shoulders.

Long months of training and battle have brought victories and hope, but they have also brought heartbreaking loss. And still, the real battle lies ahead: they must confront Galbatorix. When they do, they will have to be strong enough to defeat him. And if they cannot, no one can. There will be no second chances.

The Rider and his dragon have come further than anyone dared to hope. But can they topple the evil king and restore justice to Alagaësia? And if so, at what cost?

This is the much-anticipated, astonishing conclusion to the worldwide bestselling Inheritance cycle.
My Review:

       This last, long-awaited book in Christopher Paolini’s Inheritance Cycle was the perfect conclusion to a classic series that will never be forgotten. Honestly, I couldn’t put the book down—from its complex and still-developing characters to its intense and gripping plot with plenty of gore to go around, it was an enticing story that had dozens of plot twists and tied up all the loose ends. The building suspense to the climax of the entire series was almost unbearable but definitely paid off, and I was completely blown away by the unpredictable yet unforgettable ending. I’ve been so pleased with the entire cycle, and I’m utterly astounded by Paolini’s characterization, plot, and vocabulary, all tied together in a well-planned, thick, and complex cycle. I’ve never read a series like it, and it would take a lot to top his stories. While this book would not come recommended to anyone who has not read the first 3 books—read those first, it’s worth it!—I positively beg you to try his books out. They are well worth your time.

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