Eldest

Eldest

by Christopher Paolini
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Eldest 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Would you like mystic powers? In this book Eragon a young dragon rider has powers and a dragon named Saphira must save Alagaesia from an army of urgals, two magician, and another dragon rider. Eragon also has to train in the Elven kingdom to make his skills even better. I recomend this book to all who have read Eragon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
MUY BIEN!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book is in spanish because some people who dont understand emlnglish but understand spanish can read a great book like this. Plus, i think about 25% of the united states is spanish. But hey, im only 11, how do i know?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
im 10, a fast reader and i finished this really awesome book in like 2 days. dude its TRUE. im a girl. =)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book is excellent, with a solid plot, and interesring characters. The writing is complex, and is dull at necessary points (such as filling us in on past events, and character background).
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You were 8 :~} WOW plus i love this book im 11
Guest More than 1 year ago
An excellent book!!! The second I finished Eragon I grabbed this book off my shelf. Even better than Eragon!!!
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This is the first book that has the most magic in it.I think parnts shood see what there chirlren a reading. This is what gives kids nighmarers, this is why deamons hide in there clostes. I hate this book so much i will never alow my children to read one of fiction books.writrle a mom fiction book for change.
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This book, Eldest, by Christopher Paolini, is the sequal to Eragon. Eragon, the main character in both books, lives in Alagesia where an evil king rules the land. Eragon is a Dragon Rider and is the only one that can stop the king. Before he can, he must travel to the elf city called Ellesmera, which is hidden far away, to complete his training as a Dragon Rider. He must learn how to write magic, become a better swordsman, and learn how to defeat King Galabatorix. There, he finds strange, unique things and meets new people. While Eragon is completing his training, his cousin is fighting the cruel king's troops at Eragon's home village without Eragon knowing. Roran (his cousin)doesn't know what to do as he loses more and more villagers fighting the soldiers.Roran decides to bring the vilagers to the Varden, not knowing how to get there. The Varden (a secret organization made against the king that Eragon is involved in) is also preparing for war without Eragon's knoweledge. Once Eragon finds out, will it be too late? Will King Galbatorix win the battle by the time Eragon gets there? The author tells this story in an exciting way. Everything is new and surprising telling more of Eragon's journeys and experiences. Saphira (Eragon's dragon) helps him along the way to find out who Eragon truly is. Christopher Paolini keeps entertaining the reader all the way to the shocking, unexpected ending. Someone who loves adventure, magic, swordfighting, and a ton of action would love this book because of it's exhilirating tale. Similarities between Harry Potter and Tolkein can be found in this book. In Eldest, Christopher Paolini makes up some of his own languages, which is like Tolkein's elf language in Lord of the Rings. Also, one of the languages is used for magic, which is similar to the Harry Potter books where someone can see that J.K. Rowling uses her own combinations of words to mean certain things of magic. The story lines are totally different, but there are a few small similarities between the books. As a book reviewer, I found the book very intresting. When the book started drawing towards the end, I was shocked with suprise by it, which made me want to read more of the book. I was also a little sad the book was over because I will have to wait until the next book in the series comes out! I enjoyed reading Eldest very much.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didnt mean ro biy this
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm in the middle of Eldest. It's kinda getting boring. I'm starting to wish that Roran dies in the next chapter or something.
Justin Guidry More than 1 year ago
I posted on oct 1, so why is this in ******* spanish??? And who likes dragons :D?
Tristian Corona More than 1 year ago
Im 8 and i fineshed this book in a week=D
Guest More than 1 year ago
There were elements of interesting fantasy, however, Paolini's attempt at metaphysical and ethical reflection fall on their respective faces. I am interested in seeing how the series ends, but, in the future, please, PLEASE, stick to fantasy and leave philosohy to those who know what they are doing.