The young Dragon Rider Eragon must finally confront the evil king Galbatorix to free Alagaesia from his rule once and for all.
- Inheritance - bk. 4
In the beginning: a history of Eragon, Eldest, and Brisingr -- Into the breach -- Hammerfall -- Shadows on the horizon -- King Cat -- Aftermath -- Memories of the dead -- What is a man? -- The price of power -- Rudely into the light ... -- A cradle song -- No rest for the weary -- Dancing with swords -- No honor, no glory, only blisters in unfortunate places -- Mooneater -- Rumors and writing -- Aroughs -- Dras-Leona -- A toss of the bones -- My friend, my enemy -- A flour made of flame -- Dust and ashes -- Interregnum -- Thardsvergûndnzmal -- The way of knowing -- A heart-to-heart -- Discovery -- Decisions -- Under hill and stone -- To feed a god -- Infidels on the loose -- The tolling of the bell -- Black -Shrike-Thorn-Cave -- Hammer and helm -- And the walls fell ... -- By the banks of Lake Leona -- The word of a rider -- Conclave of kings -- A maze without end -- Fragments, half-seen and indistinct -- Questions unanswered -- Departure -- The torment of uncertainty -- The Hall of the Soothsayer -- On the wings of a dragon -- The sound of his voice, the touch of his hand -- Small rebellions -- A crown of ice an snow -- Burrow grubs -- Amid the ruins -- Snalglí for two -- The Rock of Kuthian -- And all the world a dream -- A question of character -- The vault of souls -- Lacuna, part the first -- Lacuna, part the second -- Return -- The city of sorrows -- War council -- A matter of duty -- Fire in the night -- Over the wall and into the maw -- The storm breaks -- The which does not kill ... -- The heart of the fray -- The name of all names -- Muscle against metal -- The gift of knowledge -- Death throes -- A sea of nettles -- Heir to the empire -- A fitting epitaph -- Pieces on a board -- Fírnen -- A man of conscience -- Blood price -- Promises, new and old -- Leave-taking -- Pronunciation guide and glossary
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Violence: Okay, well, it can be a bit gory of some sort. It doesn't really bother me, but to others it may.
Violence: okay i'm never ever disturbed by violence i'm just warning other people that might be sensetive sooo yea........ this finale volume of the Inheritance cycle is by far the most violent p.s. I love action/violence
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Before he could suggest a new topic, a loud scream rang out from some where in the middle of the camp. The cry echoed three times over the rows of tents before fading into silence. Eragon looked at Angela, and she at him, and they both began to laugh.
As he was about to leave,she said,"Murtagh." He paused and turned to regard her.She hesitated for a moment,then mustered her courage and said,"Why?".She thought he understood her meaning:Why her?Why save her,and now why try to rescue her?She had guessed at the answer,but she wanted to hear him say it. He stared at her for the longest while,and then,in a low hard voice,he said,"You know why." pg 495
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