Performance was wonderful, made the story come to life and kept me engaged. Author tends to write about every single detail and in my opinion was a little unnecessary, but overall I enjoyed the storyline of the Inheritance cycle.
Sure he's imaginitive and writes clean wholesome stories
With the way the characters were written we became attached to them and wanted to see them grow especially since I had been reading the series from the beginning.
I had a couple favorites. I liked Arya and Saphira. Arya was strong and tried to make her way through the world in her own way but she still had loyalties to her people. Saphira was a dragon and smart yet funny.
It's like he almost became the characters and the voices help attach people to the characters and helps us imagine what they would look like in a way that just words on a page wouldn't let us.
So many it's hard to pick but I liked the ones with the relationship between Murtagh and Lady Nasuada and how it helped him change who he was. I also liked the relationship between Eragon and Arya especially when they knew they were going to part ways.
I wish there was more. Even if it was a spin-off with other characters in that world.
Gerard Doyle Yes without hesitation. Christopher Paolini? maybe.
This story was long and drawn out. I got bored with this story. The only reason I stuck it out was to follow the various storylines it contained. The Galbatorix ending was quite frankly dissapointing.
Gerard Doyle brings life and personality to the characters.
Inheritance ranks high on the list of books I've read and listened to. It is a wonderful conclusion to an amazing series. It is well written, well read, and well worth the wait!
Christopher Paolini answered most, if not all, the questions I had saved in my mind from the other books. He balanced the "happy" with the "sad" to create a masterpiece.
Gerard Doyle read the story wonderfully. His performance helped me connect with the characters and feel what they felt. His reading of the dragons' voices was exactly what I imagined dragons would sound like, unlike the voice in the "Eragon" movie. I would definitely listen to other books narrated by Doyle.
I cheered. I laughed. I cried. I was disappointed every time I had to turn it off and couldn't wait to continue listening. Christopher Paolini concluded the Inheritance Cycle perfectly in this book. He took his time writing it, but it was definitely well worth the wait!
I'm rather sad it's over and I have to find something else to read. :-)
Have not finished the complete book, however, it is well done.
The different items that are revealed at just the right time
Murtage - scottish type voice.
When Eragon discovered the Tomb of Souls and what he found there.
I have enjoyed the complete series. Just wish they could the whole movie thing like Harry Potter.
Mr. Doyle is a fabulous narrator but he fell way short on this one. His voices, which have held true through every other book changed in this one. orik and nar gargvag were so much alike I confused them at one point. It is like a fly buzzing in my ear at times. Elva is another one that is just obnoxious. These are nit picky complaints and don't ruin the whole thing for me but do make it difficult. overall I love this book I read it first and only just got it on audible so I knew what I was getting into before I bought it. It does get long winded at times.
Yes from the beginning of the series
How the author used truth as a powerful weapon to defeat evil!
Best of series and Gerald Doyle was great. The one disappointment was Doyle changed Hrothgar's voice? It was perfect in the first 3 books. As an audio book fanatic, I noticed it right away.
Thrilling, adventurous yet sad.
I loved Saphira! Gerard Doyle was FANTASTIC!
BOTH! I fell in love along the way...Eragon grew up! Yet...it left me wanting more!
I'd like more!
In the top rankings
The story line and the Adventure.
His interpretation and expressions brought emotion to the book
I cried at the end. I did not want Eragon to be alone without Aria.
I adored the first two books, the story was very exciting and I could not stop reading. I felt like after the third book, the author extended the details of the story way too much, which it became very boring by the middle of book four. The writer went to huge amount of boring details, I would have loved to know more about the Empire, and some of the main characters of book, such as their history. For example, more details about father and mother of Shade Slayer, and Morzan.
Unexciting after the first half of the book was completed. I was expecting more from Christopher Paolini based on his way of telling an exciting story.
Adored his gentle voice, very interesting with regards to main characters, loved his Dragon voice.
To the writer, I admired your writing and the story of the first two books. If the story needs to extended, please introduce new characters, or more history with regards to the main characters, in order to make the story more exciting.