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Christopher Paolini

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Narrated by: Christopher Paolini
Length: 25 mins
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Joining us at Audible Studios is Christopher Paolini, author of the Inhertiance Cycle series and the youngest author of a best-selling series for The New York Times, USA Today and Publishers Weekly

Paolini's newest book has been released: The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm, from Tales of Alagaësia. Eragon has departed the world of Alagaësia in order to create a new home to train the next generation of dragon riders, to construct a dragonhold and protect dragon eggs; through these three original stories, we also see more of Eragon's personal journey.  

We spoke to Paolini about the emotional experience of finishing the Inheritance Cycle in 2011, how confidence and success don’t necessarily come together and one particularly memorable tribute he’s had from a fan!  

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Interesting and insightful

Thank you far sharing some insight into your craft. You are truly a great author. I do really wish you had not let them make the Aragon movie. It was nothing like the book. Also, I cannot wait for your science fiction novel.

I enjoyed the interviewer. Your questions were well thought out and insightful.

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This interview was enjoyable to listen to. It was encouraging to hear Christopher speak about the pressures/anxieties of being a published author and the necessity of not worrying.