I loved this series. it was very enjoyable experience though I would have prefered a slightly different ending, it still leaves room for a continuation or a spin off. keep up the good work christopher paolini. and the narrator was enjoy, pleasant to the ear, and fluent in reading this book, especially with a newly invented language and his pronunciation of the words. though the first time I heard a dragons voice I was a bit thrown off, in time it felt fitting and it was a great choice. I suggest this to all fantasy fans.
I love how the series ended. I think it was a perfect way to wrap things up based on the direction the 3rd book took the story. I got a little thrown off by how the Dragon voices where performed but early into the 2nd book I was totally used to it.
I would recommend this series to anyone who likes Lord of the Rings or just Dragons and Magic in General.
Sometimes a bit frustrating when things aren't going well and it looks as if there is no hope which should tell you that if you've come this far in the series, you are already emotionally involved.
Every book in the Inheritance cycle has me mesmerized all the way through. I can picture each scene in my head clearly, and what a joyous sight it is to watch Eragon and Saphira soar over the beautiful lands before them. It is sad to say it is over, but happiness does fill my heart when thinking about the overall satisfaction I have had while delving into the story of Eragon's quest. A must read for any lover of fantasy, simply.
On the whole, reliving this epic story I lived in my adolescence has been a great way for me to remain sane while I collect research data. Committing to the series means commuting to many hours, but it has been worth it. One error though: there is a point where the narrator mixes up his voices and speaks like for king Orrin for King Orik.