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The first 2 books of the series was exciting and interesting, the 3rd was also exciting but some areas it dragged. The 4th book I found difficult to read. The author spent most of his time describing a scene or dragging an event for several pages instead of getting to the point. Most of the time, my mind either wondered off or I had to skip paragraphs because I found it boring. The story definately could of been told in half the size.
I'm not sure why there was a green dragon on the cover of the book when this dragon didn't show up till the last few pages in the end and the only purpose of the dragon was to become Saphira's boyfriend. The author should of put a picture of Eragon's… Read more
This book starts off very interesting and then it drags.
Its beautifully written but unfortunately I'm having trouble reading. Three quarters of the story really was going know where. I have a few chapters (1/4 left)left and I'm still waiting for it to pick up again.
I thought the book was going to be scary with ghosts and such but nope, not at all.
This book is really for someone who is very much into religion.
'Never judge a book by its cover'