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Experience the bestselling phenomenon of Brisingr, now in a deluxe edition!

This deluxe edition includes deleted scenes, never-before-seen art by the author, and a guide to dwarf runes.
Following the colossal battle against the Empire's warriors on the Burning Plains, Eragon and his dragon, Saphira, have narrowly escaped with their lives. Still, there is more at hand for the Rider and his dragon, as Eragon finds himself bound by a tangle of promises he may not be able to keep.
First is Eragon's oath to his cousin Roran: to help rescue Roran's beloved from King Galbatorix's clutches. But Eragon owes his loyalty to others, too. The Varden are in desperate need of his talents and strength—as are the elves and dwarves. When unrest claims the rebels and danger strikes from every corner, Eragon must make choices—choices that take him across the Empire and beyond, choices that may lead to unimagined sacrifice.
In Eragon lies the greatest hope for a better Alagaësia. Can this once simple farm boy rise to become the leader he must to unite the rebel forces and defeat the king?
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Children's Literature - Lisette Baez
Just a few months ago Eragon spoke the word, "Brisingr," which means fire in an ancient language. Since then, he has figured out how to create magic with words, but this new-found gift will bring upon many great challenges. He quickly finds himself entangled in many adventures as he encounters the evil dwarves, receives more training from Oromis, the elf, and acquires a sword that possesses great magic. Eragon's first business at hand is keeping his promise to his cousin, Roran, to assist in rescuing Roran's love from the evil grips of King Galbatorix. He must help is cousin, but others need him as well. How will Eragon maintain his loyalty to all that seek his strength and talents? Will he be able to unite the rebel forces at odds and defeat the king to save Roran's beloved? This fast-paced, action-filled plot will keep the reader intrigued. As the series continues, new and exciting characters will be introduced, battles will be won and lost, and Eragon will face many difficult decisions. The deluxe edition of Brisingr, Book Three in the "Inheritance Cycle" comes complete with deleted scenes from Brisingr, a full-color foldout poster, as well as never-seen-before art by the author himself. Unique to this edition as well, is the guide to the Dwarvish runes, an explanation of the origin of names, and a helpful guide to pronunciation, including a glossary of the ancient language as well as the Dwarf, Nomad and Urgal languages. Book Three continues to raise the reader's suspense, as he or she will have to patiently wait for Book Four to continue and conclude the "Inheritance Cycle." This is a must read for lovers of the fantasy genre. Reviewer: Lisette Baez
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780375854811
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 10/13/2009
  • Series: Inheritance Cycle Series, #3
  • Edition description: Deluxe Edition
  • Pages: 800
  • Sales rank: 166,471
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Lexile: 1050L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 9.20 (w) x 6.60 (h) x 1.94 (d)

Meet the Author

Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paolini is the author of Eragon and Eldest, the first two books in the Inheritance cycle. He lives in Montana, where the landscape continues to inspire his visions of Alagaësia.

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  • Posted March 2, 2009

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    Pure artistry!

    Brisingr actually made me cry at parts! Fantastic writing. Each book in the Inheritance Cycle is better than the last! Chris Paolini is an impressive writer! When I read his books, I can't put them down! The depth of detail and his writing style provide a vivid mental image. I can read his books and it's like a watching a movie in my head. I love Eragon, and I get choked up every time Brom is mentioned. I hope he finishes that fourth book soon. It's as bad as it used to be to wait for the next Harry Potter book. And when will they make the next movie?!?

    40 out of 43 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 24, 2008

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    Paolini at his best.

    Christopher Paolini does a great job at continuing the series. The ending left me wanting more and i can't wait for the next book. Paolini did a great job at making his characters grow and reveling more about the fantasy world that he created.

    27 out of 29 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2008

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    This book is by far the best book Paolini has written by far. In the year he took off and the time it has taken him to write this book he has grown so much as a writer. The evidence is plastered all over the pages which are now loaded with more detail.<BR/>Brisinger was excellent and left me wanting more. The story begins with Eragon going off with his cousin Roran, to help rescue Roran's beloved, Katrina, from King Galbatorix's clutches. The story has many twists and turns when Eragon and Saphira are once again faced with opponents more powerful then themselves. The reader finally gets to know about Aya's friend/lover and the events that occurred just before Eragon found her.<BR/>There will be a Major death, A BIG secret, the rise of a new dwarf King, the secret about a dragons power and the reader will get to know Eragon character and struggles like never before. With the Varden taking over city by city Galbatorix is not taking a blind eye to their presence anymore.<BR/>This book is a MUST read for anyone who has read the previous Eragon books.

    24 out of 28 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 11, 2009

    Brisingir, A Thrilling Adventure

    When I flipped over the final page of the first book of this series (Eragon) six years ago, I could not believe it. How did a book as thick as this one end so fast!? I waited for what seemed like a lifetime for Eldest (Book #2) to be published, but I was unable to. I found myself reading Eragon once again, something I have never done but that one time. Finally, Eldest came out and I submerged myself into the lands of Alagaesia once more. Eragon and Saphira were all I could think about for days. I waited a couple of years and Brisingir, supposedly the last book of the Inheritance series, came out. I immediatly got my hands on a copy of it and found myself unable to go anywhere without it. Any spare time I had, (even once while driving :D) I took advantage of, and enjoyed this marvelous novel.
    Christopher Paolini is truly a genius. The way in which he made me imagine the epic battles of Eragon was amazing. When Eragon battles Murtagh, I seriously skipped a class period in school, for I could not drop the book for a second.
    Paolini also figured out how to never bore the reader. By switching chapters between the points of view of Roran and Eragon, the reader always wants more. When Roran was in the middle of a very big fight, I wanted to read Eragon's chapter even faster so I could find out what was going on with Roran!
    Now don't get me wrong, Brisingir is not all about chopping off heads and slicing limbs. Roran sets off to the Razac lair in Helgrind to recover his fiance, Katrina, who has been kidnapped. Eragon also faces himself with a challenge in which his superhuman strength and elven speed cannot help him. He is in love with the elf, Arya, but although she is obviously attracted to him too, she cannot love him back.
    I have read many reviews on Brisingir, and I happen to see that the most negative thing said about Brisingir, is the fact that it is not the final book of the Inheritance series! I, as a matter of fact, was deeply relieved when I found out that another book was going to be published. This only meant that the next book would give me just as much excitement and enjoyment when I read it. How can that be bad? Also, many believe the book is too "unrealistic". This is fiction! It can be as unrealistic as the author chooses to be. So who cares if Roran can kill hundreds of soldiers at once single-handedly without any elven or magical powers? This just gives the reader a greater respect for the characters.
    The one tiny aspect I would change about this book would be the trip Eragon has to take to Farthen Dur, the Dwarven capital. Eragon has much to do already! He cannot be molested with dwarven politics! Specially for 200 pages! Eragon still needs to refine his skills, find out how to kill Galbatorix, find a decent weapon, protect the Varden and talk with Arya, and he is waiting for days and days for the stubborn dwarves to decide who gets to be king! I found this annoying since it lags the momentum the book has.
    All in all, this is a great book, dwarven politics or without them. The ending leaves you wanting more and since it is not the final book, it ought to leave you that way. It also has some astonishing twists which left me with my jaw hanging wide open. I myself cannot wait to read the sequel of Brisingir and see how Eragon and Saphira finally get rid of Galbatorix's dictating wrath from the lands of Alagaesia for once and for all.

    22 out of 28 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 15, 2009

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    The best one yet!!!

    This is perhaps the most amazing book series I have ever had the pleasure to read. Brisingr in particular is great in itself - It's the climax - when the story's ending draws near, and we know what fantastic revelations lie just at our fingertips! Join Eragon the farm boy as he continues to learn about his history and his future. Great "growing up" story - a fantastic read for everyone. All ages will enjoy the thrill ride of magic, adventure, and just general fantasy. Christopher Paolini is a literary genious - and he wrote Eragon (the first book) when he was just 16! Eragon Saphira, and Arya are the perfect group of characters - fully developed and highly enjoyable to read about. The plot as a whole is astonishing - Eragon and Saphira travel back to the elves to try and complete their training - but all too soon there is another interruption. This time Oromis must go out and battle - leaving Eragon and Saphira the last good dragon and rider alive. There is only one egg left and it's in the hands of Galbatorix. Now Eragon and Saphira are fighting once more, and much more lies on the line than just their lives. Buy the book and read it to the end in order to find out what happens! Will Eragon escape? Will he die? What happens to the other characters in the story? It's up to you to find out!

    12 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2009

    Amazing books !

    All the 3 books are amazing for me.<BR/>I'm from Indonesia n here, lots of people like the show also ( for me, the show was awful, why out from book ? they should just follow the book. ) <BR/>I love the caracters so much, i can feel the fire inside me everytime i read the books. I understand the emotion, the passion, love n desperation, like i could reach to it, like im in it. Welldone, Chistopher ! I wish Hollywood wont let go the chance to do the movie again ( the first might be a failure, but i believe with more effort, they can make the 2nd movie represent the book to the real world !) I've been waiting to see the second to show in the cinema ! <BR/>For those who care, u can email me at<BR/>Christopher, i hope u read this, <BR/>Sweet kiss for all of u !!

    11 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2011

    A must read

    I have to say, this is one of the best books I have ever read.
    The charcter developement is superb, with Eragon and Arya's relationship going who know's where, Roran and Katrina tying the knot, and Nasuada becoming a better leader all the time. There is plenty of action from beginging to end, this is a thriller that will keep on the edge of your seat the entire way through.

    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2011


    Brisingr is an amazing novel! If you have read any of the other books in this series (which you will need to in order to understand Brisingr), you are sure to enjoy this one as well. I started reading this book and couldn't put it down until I completed it.

    Christopher Paolini tells this story from the point of views of Eragon, a dragon rider on a quest to defeat the evil king Galbatorix with the help of his dragon Saphira, and Roran, a soldier who fights against the Empire in the Varden's army. Many secrets about Eragon's past are revealed, adding to the descriptive and fascinating plot, and leading up to an unimaginable conclusion.

    I would recommend this incredible book to anyone who enjoys reading fantasy books. Although Brisingr is rather long, you shouldn't let its size intimidate you. It is by far the best book in the Inheritance Cycle, and it will leave you eager to read the fourth and final book.


    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 14, 2008

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    I've never been more disappointed in a book. The writing is illogical. I finally gave up on it, because I got tired of shaking my head at the poor and/or forced imagery. The writer has gone backwards in his prose, trying to use as many profound words to discribe his story as he can ram in, which robs the work of power. One of my "favorite" terms was describing someone "the color of an invalid". Offensive and very poor writing. I liked the first two books, but I'm said to say it this book turned me off in a big way. Writing isn't about using big words. Its about capturing your reader, and the author did just the oppisite with this work.

    9 out of 44 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2008

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    Outstanding, Paolini keeps us waiting for the fourth book!

    Overall the book was a great read. Although, some parts seemed to drag on such as when they travel but none-the-less it never ceases to entertain you. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who has read the first two books of the Inheritance Cycle; if you haven't I would recommend starting at book one. Some parts where expected such as Orik becoming Dwarf King, Eragon getting a new sword (which was pretty bad aced)... ect. The plot was good, and now even though we know about Galbatorix's power we still wonder how Eragon will pull it off in the last book.

    9 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 4, 2009

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    why are you reading this when you can be reading brisingr.

    awesome,great and more awesome how can you say how great this book is.

    7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 21, 2008

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    Ends All Star Wars Comparisons

    This book was not what I expected. I expected it to be action packed to the finish, with Christopher Paolini's incredible style of writing leading the way. I got one, but not the other. This book was somewhat action deprived until the very end. However, I still give it a five because Christopher Paolini was at his best in writing style. He gave great descriptions and created plot twists that I did not see until they were staring me in the face. Also, I think all of my fellow Inheritance fans agree with me that the Star Wars comparisons end here. There is not much compared to the Return of the Jedi, and you would have to go to great lengths to find comparisons.

    7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2012


    If you haven't read the first two books in the Inheritence series, Eragon and Eldest (both by Christopher Paolini), this book won't make any sense to you. Brisingr is about a 16 year old dragon rider named Eragon who helps his cousin save his fiance, Katrina. She has been imprisoned by two evil creatures called the Razzac. After Eragon's journey, he has to go to the dwarf city, tronjem to choose the new king. After that, you are going to have to find out for yourself. All I can tell you is that secrets are revealed, and Eragon fights in huge battles to save his country. This book must have been written by a master mind who really knows what he's doing. If you enjoy this book, check out the next book called Inheritace by Christopher Paolini.

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2009


    I found the third book hard to put down. It was by far the best one yet. So many things were revealed in this book. Much is learned about Eragon's past. I enjoyed reading this book alot and would recommend it for anyone who has read the first two books. It is necessary to read the other two in order to understand everything that is revealed. There were a few parts that seemed to drag on and seemed unnecessary. Earon travels to many places in this book. Each place reveals something new that has been hidden to the reader. Many things revealed will be shocking to those who have read Eragon and Eldest. They will suprise you so much. Things that were told earlier in the series and are now proven wrong and the truth revealed. I thought the series would end with this one but I am ready for the fourth one to come out.

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2007

    Such A Long Wait, Now Seems Even Longer

    I had about given up on The Inheritance Trilogy. Now with a press date released, I have more confidence. After they massacred the book(s) with the movie, I hope this novel will not decieve readers with horrible writing and a bad plot line. Overall, I'm very excited to hear of Inheritance Cyce #3.

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2012


    This book is amazing!!! With great action and hardly any dull moments, Paolini has created a masterpiece once again

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 10, 2009

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    Brisingr: Is It Worth Reading

    Seventeen-year-old farm boy, now Dragon Rider, Eragon and his blue dragon Saphira are back for a third installment of Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Cycle - a fantasy series considered epic by many readers. I, however, was not so convinced. The continued stupidity of Eragon is about the only thing epic in this series.
    Normally a fast reader, it took me a week and a half to get through the 745-page Brisingr. And even now I puzzle over what made it so darn long! The chapters mainly focus on the political struggles of the Varden and especially the dwarves - as if there wasn't enough of that in Eldest. And while the politics surrounding a war are definitely important, none of it contributes to Brisingr's supposed plot.
    Wait - there was a plot?! If there was, I certainly missed it among the laughing soldiers who can't be killed - unless you stab them through the left nostril, their foot, or the armpit -, Eragon's conversing with the surrounding foliage and wildlife (yes, the ants are back), and Roran's constant doubting of his leadership qualities, as well as his dislike for killing. (Ironically, in one battle, he ends up slaying nearly two hundred people, and is seemingly unaffected by it afterwards, whereas he had occurring nightmares after other battles that CP found necessary to relate in detail.)
    And if you hoped that there would be character development, you will be sorely mistaken. Eragon has elf abilities now, but he still passes out about every other chapter, and gets exhausted. Never mind he can punch straight through someone's stomach and not feel light-headed in the slightest after getting a compound fracture. He is still as whiny as ever, and his intelligence level hasn't gone up in the slightest.
    There are a few moments with Arya where the reader sees a softer side of her, but they are few and far in between, and really do not contribute to her character at all. It just leaves the reader thinking "O-kay, so one moment she was sharing sentiments with Eragon around a campfire, and now she's slashing and hacking and acting as uppity as ever."
    I found Roran to be very tiring - particularly when he slew nearly two hundred men on his own while gushing blood all over the place. After that moment, he simply becomes a killing machine with a big warhammer in tow. For a while, CP shows signs that Roran may be able to use magic - which is demonstrated in a few nonsensical scenes where he tries to levitate a rock -, but that is left open for speculation. This may be because CP has plans for it in the fourth book, though.
    About the only character(s) who develop are the Urgals! Urgals, people! That is sad! And even they are not as developed as one would hope. You don't get to see much into their culture - hopefully the fourth book will fix that - and they are still very much portrayed as hulking brutes with ram's horns and yellow eyes that go about grunting and roaring. This portrayal makes the character developments hard to take seriously (though none of this beats the part in Eldest where Eragon experiences the Urgal's childhood).
    A good portion of this book focuses on the dwarves (wow, just like the last two!), and the majority of that is spent with the clan chiefs bickering back and forth about this and that, and one clan giving Eragon the evil eye because he's a Rider. The only redeeming quality during those many chapters is the Star Sapphire is repaired, and Eragon is attacked by ninja dwarves!

    5 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 15, 2010

    Does not live up to the other books in the series

    At former student recommended that I read Eragon a few years ago. I finally got around to it this summer. I loved the book and got the second on in the series before I completed it. The second book was also very readable. I was very disappointed in Brisingr. It was completely unnecessary and I truly wish that Christopher Paolini had stuck to his original plan of make this is a trilogy. Brisingr was full of stale and uninteresting dialogue. I also didn't appreciate the many times that events from the previous two books were explained in detail for those that were not in the know could be caught up to speed. There was also so much blood and gore that I thought that the genre had switched to horror.

    4 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 30, 2008

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    Eragon and Saphira have just barely survived the latest battle between the Empire and Varden, and learned the truth about Eragon's parentage. Their encounter with Murtagh and Thorn has made them realize that they desperately need to revisit their teachers in Ellesmera, but their multitudes of promises keep them from returning. They must help Roran recover Katrina from the Ra'zac, rally forces for the Varden, and find a way to thwart Murtagh. But along the way, they'll discover some dark secrets and learn the sickening methods behind their adversaries' strengths. <BR/><BR/>BRISINGR is a well executed follow-up to ERAGON and ELDEST. It moves at a brisk and almost businesslike pace, only dragging slightly near the center of the book, as Eragon and Saphira struggle to fulfill their promises. Readers will be glad to see that the duo, Eragon especially, has not been placed upon a lofty pedestal, and still admit ignorance at times, an element that adds just the right touch of plausibility to the book. <BR/><BR/>Paolini's descriptive writing is becoming easily recognizable, and his ability to draw similes and metaphors between the most unlikely objects only adds to his appeal, and contrary to what one might expect, will draw in reluctant readers. Like with the prequels, the author cleverly manages to sneak in colorful myths and historical stories into the book that only add to the reality and vividness of Alagaesia, and make for a more engaging read. <BR/><BR/>The plot of BRISINGR is a little less developed than its predecessors, and seems to serve more as a segue between the first two books and the conclusion of the lively series, although the revelation of certain secrets and the suspense and tension Paolini weaves into the pages go a long ways in making BRISINGR a quick read. <BR/><BR/>Seasoned Paolini fans will enjoy the story, and be eager to move on to the final book.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2013

    Good book hooking

    Hooked me on so i kept reading

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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