This book was great. Christopher thoughtfully drew the strings of all the story lines together. It was so nice to see that. I have to say that I did have tears by the end. I would love to see some future short stories on these characters. No matter what Christopher Paolini has given us a great epic adventure and Gerard Doyle's narration of all four books has been great.
I have loved these books since it started and inheritance was no exception. I loved the creativity and the attention to detail. At the end I felt like there should be another series. It just does not feel like that should be the end but overall I thought this was a wonderful story and would recommend it to everyone!
A fitting conclusion to the series. Also, I enjoyed the interview with the author at the end. A definite plus. The story was as good as I hoped it would be, and the performance was enjoyable. The various voices are nicely distinguished. Well worth reading or listening.
I was worried that it would not hold up to the prior story and yet it surpassed it!
I have and this is as good as any of the others he is an A++ in my book!
I am glad I read the last book. But I must say I did not like the very last part of the ending. Just beware...this isn't the "everybody is happy" type of feeling you got after the last Harry Potter series.
I am a person that tries and get through 1 book a week if possible. I am Dyslexic so this is really the only way I can get through a book. I have listened to more book in a year than I read my first 20 years of my life. I found the joy of audio books in the early 2000 and have been a audible customer since 2000 or 2001. I have over 490 books in 2 different accounts and listened to 90%.
yes, I have lesten to it 3 times already I always find that I missed something or didn't focus on something.
yes to finish out the series.
I'm very sorry this book is over. The Inheritance Series took up most of my evenings after work for the winter of 2011/12 and it was well worth it. Christopher Paolini is a great young writer and I'm sure will go on to even greater works. But it's Gerard Doyle's reading that makes the book sing.
The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter. Great for kids...great if you wish you still were.
All of the Dragons. There were a lot of them, and it's amazing Doyle had a different voice for each. Okay, some sounded like Cookie Monster, but how did he do long speeches in Dragon without losing his voice?
I would have if I could have.
Get ready for some squeaky voices form Paolini and his editor at the end of the book. Great commentary and insight, but after listening to the melodic Doyle it's going to be very hard to listen to.
This book is a fitting conclusion for Eragon and the Inheritance cycle. I found it to be a thoroughly enjoyable story, very well paced and the narration was excellent. If you've enjoyed the other three books, you won't be disappointed by this one. In my opinion, it's the strongest book of the series since the first one. The book shows Paolini has really matured as an author, I can't wait to see what he comes up with next!
absolutely, I have listened to all of the books in this series and this one will be no different. The story grabs my attention and holds it everytime.
The final moments of this book were particularly moving in my opinion and the culmination of almost 10 years spent with this series and these charactors.