I love this story from book one through book 4. t
This story grabbed me and now that it is over I find myself sad. I look forward to read more of Christopher's works.
I absolutely loved the last and final book of the series! Gerard Doyle is one amazing reader and truly added even more excitement to this book. Some questions I still have remaining but overall, though it was sad and I wish for more happiness for all of the characters, I think it was a solid way to end the story.
It was hard to trudge through most of this book. While I could not wait to pull up audible during the first two books, this one felt like a chore I had to finish. I agree with other reviewers that the ending felt rushed. It's because the beginning was so over-detailed. I'm not sure why he chose a third of the book to tediously describe boring battles and then rushed through the last parts that held the most content. I also agree if this book had been combined with the third it would have been much better.
I didn't feel connected to any of the characters. I didn't feel their pain and triumph, I just observed them. Personally, I like to be pulled into the book like I'm a part of the story.
I felt there was some inconsistency in some of the voices in this book, but overall the narrator was great.
There were a few cool things that happened, but the end was sad and unsatisfying. In fact it almost felt like it was written to set up another book, even though it wasnt.
Overall, worthwhile finishing but probably will not read again. The ideas were fascinating but the story ended poorly and was not captivating in the end.
get it just get it if you have read or heard the previous three if not get them to.
No. This book is extremely redundant with unnecessary, excessive detail. The ending is also very very disappointing and fulfilling...
Nothing by Christopher Paolini at risk that all his stories end so dishearteningly...
The final battle with King Galbatorix
yes... most of the story lines where just left in the wind... I think it would be interesting to see if Eragon and Arya ever meet again and how they rebuild the world and the dragon riders.