Legado (Inheritance Cycle Series #4)

Legado (Inheritance Cycle Series #4)

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by Christopher Paolini
     
 

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Much-anticipated, thrilling conclusion of the worldwide bestselling Inheritance Cycle. The fate of a civilization rests on Eragon and Shapira's shoulders. They must confront Galbatorix. They will have to be strong enough to defeat him. And if they cannot, no one can. No second chances. The Rider and his dragon have come further than anyone dared to hope. But can

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Much-anticipated, thrilling conclusion of the worldwide bestselling Inheritance Cycle. The fate of a civilization rests on Eragon and Shapira's shoulders. They must confront Galbatorix. They will have to be strong enough to defeat him. And if they cannot, no one can. 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?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9788499183541
Publisher:
Roca Ediciones S.A.
Publication date:
12/02/2011
Series:
Inheritance Cycle Series, #4
Edition description:
Spanish-language Edition
Pages:
816
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 9.00(h) x 2.00(d)
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

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Legado 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the series can not stop reading love it 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Disregard my last. Its in spanish.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
BEST SERIES EVER NEVER READ ANYTHING LIKE IT
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The red and green Venomari warrior slipped through the crowd. Ever since she had left her home this morning, it had felt as if she had been followed. Her spines pricked with unease. <p> She glanced behind her, seeing only a vast collection of different-colored hairs. <p> She sighed. Maybe it was gone. <p> She squeezed out onto an empty street, taking a deep breath. <p> A whoosh sounded behind her. [ I think I heard a whoosssh... ] Toxio turned sharply. Nothing. <p> She turned back to find a knife at her throat. A black-cloaked minifigure glared evilly at her with cold eyes. <p> On instinct, she spat venom onto his face. <p> The person fell away with a half-scream, clutching his face. Suddenly, he looked around, eyes wide and clouded. <p> "Ahhhhhhh!!!!!" He screamed, throwing his weapon away. He swung his hands furiously at the air. "Away, you flying monkeys!!!! Get away from me!!!!" He screamed once more before running away, still yelling his head off. <p> Toxio grinned toothily and picked up the weapon. It was a plain knife. She shrugged and grasped it firmly. <p> Other whoosh sounded behind her, followed by a few more. She turned slowly, eyeing the other cloaked minifigures with apprehention. [ How ssstupid.... ] She though. <p> Before she could react, though, the figures pulled a protective mask over their eyes and they all drew similar knives. <p> The quickly closed in on the helpless Venomari and dragged her off into an alleyway, disappearing with nothing but a whisper. <p> ~~~ <p> [ Before I begin this piece, please know that Tora owns and opperates an Italian restaurant, is an excellent sword and gun fighter, is a master builder, and loves any type of vehicle. She also has a husband who is a former Power Miner, now her restaurant's head chef, and a single daughter who owns a bake shop. She also has a brother who is productions manager at the McBrick Factory and a brother-in-law who is a retired diver. She also has a nephew who is from Star Wars and has a single hand, replaced by a leaver piece. ] <p> Tora swiped her sword at the dummy, sweat running into her eyes. She wiped it away furiously and gave the dummy one last lunge, making its head fly off. <p> "Hey, Tora?" Hr husband, Christian, pokdd his head around the doorway into the dimly lit room. <p> "Yea?" She sheathed the sword and tucked it behind a white shelf. <p> Christian stepped into the kitchen, flicking on all of the lights. A small babble of happy voices could be heard behind him. "There's someone asking for you." <p> Tora raised an eyebrow and draped a towel around her neck. "Bring him in here." She said. <p> Christian rolled his eyes and returned a bit later with a well-dressed gentleman. He waved his hand at Christian to leave them. <p> Tora nodded at her husband, who eyed the man suspiciously before exiting, closing the door. <p> "Yes?" Tora asked, sipping at a can of cola. <p> The man smiled. "Hello, Tora. I have heard much about you." <p> She gave him a strange glance, her eyes narrowing. She set the can down and tied her long black hair up in a ponytail, two small strands hanging down beside her face. "Okay..." <p> The gentleman stepped forward quickly and caught her wrist, his grip tightening as she tried to pull away. <p> She opened her mouth to yell, but a silver glint caught her eyes. <p> "Oh, no. You're coming with me..." yhe man purred, showing a knife. <p> He placed it at Tora's neck and pulled her out the back kitchen door.
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A must read
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The best book in the world.