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By Christopher Paolini | Comments: ( 549 ) | Date: ( May 31, 2020 )

Perfect for fans of Lord of the Rings, the New York Times bestselling Inheritance Cycle about the dragon rider Eragon has sold over 35 million copies and is an international fantasy sensation.Oaths sworn loyalties tested forces collide.It s been only months since Eragon first uttered brisingr, the ancient language term for fire Since then, he s not only learPerfect for fans of Lord of the Rings, the New York Times bestselling Inheritance Cycle about the dragon rider Eragon has sold over 35 million copies and is an international fantasy sensation.Oaths sworn loyalties tested forces collide.It s been only months since Eragon first uttered brisingr, the ancient language term for fire Since then, he s not only learned to create magic with words he s been challenged to his very core Following the colossal battle against the Empire s warriors on the Burning Plains, Eragon and his dragon, Saphira, have narrowly escaped with their lives Still, there is adventure at hand for the Rider and his dragon, as Eragon finds himself bound by a tangle of promises he may not be able to keep.First is Eragon s oath to his cousin, Roran to help rescue Roran s beloved from King Galbatorix s clutches But Eragon owes his loyalty to others, too The Varden are in desperate need of his talents and strength as are the elves and dwarves When unrest claims the rebels and danger strikes from every corner, Eragon must make choices choices that will take him across the Empire and beyond, choices that may lead to unimagined sacrifice.Eragon is the greatest hope to rid the land of tyranny Can this once simple farm boy unite the rebel forces and defeat the king

  • Title: Brisingr
  • Author: Christopher Paolini
  • ISBN: 9780375826740
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paolini was born on November 17, 1983 in Southern California He has lived most of his life in Paradise Valley, Montana with his parents and younger sister, Angela The tall, jagged Beartooth Mountains rise on one side of Paradise Valley Snowcapped most of the year, they inspired the fantastic scenery in the Inheritance Cycle.Christopher is grateful to all his readers He is especially heartened to hear that his books have inspired young people to read and to write stories of their own Although Christopher will one day return to Alaga sia, he is currently working on a science fiction novel Visit Paolini for the latest news about this project and connect with other fans at Shurtugal, his Facebook page and Twitter profile.

Comments Brisingr

  • Alena

    For the love of all that is good and decent in the world, MAKE THE EXPOSITION STOP!!!I didn't think it was possible for this series to get worse after Eldest. I was wrong. This book is nearly 800 pages of pointless adjectives, with perhaps six pages' worth of plot most of which is just review (described in *excruciating* detail) from the previous books.Don't waste your time or money unless you really need a cure for insomnia.

  • Jedidiah

    I love this book. I wish it was longer. Amazing!

  • Swankivy

    An extremely long-winded "full" review by me for this book is on my site here.Everyone's been asking me to review the third book in this series, so here I go. In case you didn't notice, it took me over a thousand days to force myself to tackle it, but I decided my Labor Day weekend needed to be ruined by something. My review is pretty much a ramble about everything I disliked about this book, but I'll try to keep it relatively short. The author still has basic storytelling problems. The main one [...]

  • Lauren

    So, I was a little disappointed with this third installment of Paolini's Inheritance "Cycle" now - since he changed the game and made this a 4 book series instead of 3, as it was originally intended.The story was good and what I have come to expect from this series. But honestly, it did not have to be 748 pages long. I understand the author's desire to flesh out his characters, but the way that he kept going back and forth between the different characters I found annoying. The descriptions of th [...]

  • Trina (Between Chapters)

    If you want a story with awesome dragons and magic, this is a series to check out! I listened to this on audio and it was SO engaging. This book had a lot of action sequences, as well as many moments that were packed with emotion. What a great blend! Uhnnn, I just love it.

  • Bibiana

    I just completed reading Brisingr, and I must say that I was very impressed with the plot!To compress all of my thoughts and the plot in to only one word, this has to be it - Unpredictable.Certain events that happened in the book really took me by surprise and I have to applaud Christopher Paolini to even think about such a complex plot. I could hardly guess what might happen in the next few pages, and the only way for me to find out was to keep my head buried deep within its depth.Seriously, an [...]

  • Mindy

    I'm sure I'll get hate comments for this rating. But I just was bogged down by Paolini's formal and dry descriptive text. Maybe I'm just too far removed from the other books these years later. I really liked the first two, I just couldn't get into this one. I feel like the story just sort of meanders around. (SPOILER ALERT) The wedding scene was particularly terrible. It was so long and drawn out. I don't like to go to long drawn out weddings in real life. Reading one was that much worse. (END S [...]

  • Rebecca Honeycutt

    Is it just me, or is this series on a serious downward spiral? Eragon was uninventive but entertaining; Eldest was a bit of slog, but pulled through in the end; Brisingr, however, just left me exhuasted and annoyed. At least half of this novel could have be edited out, and as with the previous two books, Paolini seems more interested in showing off his vocabulary (both English and invented) and in delivering lengthy, detailed battle scenes than in telling a compelling story. Oh, and.SPOILER BELO [...]

  • Cory

    “The purpose of life is not to do what we want but what needs to be done.”1. Sentence: “Eragon stared at the dark tower of stone wherein hid the monsterswho had murdered his uncle, Garrow.”What the fart.Seriously.WHAT THE FART.This series goes downhill rapidly with every book I read. I really liked the first book, I found the world-building to be amazing and original, even though I noticed the similarities to other fantasy novels. I didn't mind, though. The second book was then a big dis [...]

  • Carmine

    Viaggio al centro della terra (e sempre più giù) Ammirevole valanga di fulminanti supercazzole con lo scopo di far vedere quanto è bello 'sto fuocherello e la radura attorno; e poi osserva la lama, scegli la tua spada, guarda che bel catalogo; ma non dimenticare i Ra'zac e la figura di merda prevista dal copione per evidenziare il power-up che c'abbiamo qui (utilizzo del bastone di legno per fare più figo).Ah, sono tuo padre: commuozione a comando, anche se il tutto è stato capito diciasset [...]

  • Hasham Rasool

    I really like this book a lot. Alhamdulillah. I thought 'Brisingr' is a lot better than 'Eldest'.Paolini is a good author.Oromis, Glaedr and Angela are one of my favourite characters.

  • Kass

    This book should be called Blahsingr because all it is is 800 pages of Blah Eragon, blah Roran, blah Arya, blah Orik, blah Galbatorix (which I'm certain is a new prescription drug for indigestion), blah, blah, blah. We all know Paolini killed his trilogy by turning it into a "cycle" but making us read through another 784 pages after his horrific second book, Eldest, was grounds for banishment to the Empire's dungeons.The book basically had no plot, just a bunch of diversions to keep you reading [...]

  • Colleen Houck

    I was glad that Chris Paolini ended up spliting this book in two because I didn't want Eragon's adventure to finish. I felt like all the characters moved forward in their development and that Eragon finally came into his own as a dragon rider. Fantastic. I highly recommend this book.

  • Laura

    I give up. I've spent two weeks trying to get through this 700-page snoozefest and I'm still completely uninterested in what happens next. I can muster more enthusiasm for the third season of 'Rock of Love.'To be fair, I've never been ecstatic about the Inheritance trilogy (although I think there's going to be one more book because 700 pages just wasn't long enough). Eragon was a pleasant enough, if unoriginal, story, made more impressive because of Paolini's young age. (Heck, when I was 15, I w [...]

  • Zachhg

    Zach Highley-GergelMrs. EbarviaWorld Literature Honors10-21-08 Online Book Review Brisingr Fire; is the definition of the title of the novel in the ancient language. Brisingr is the title and was written by Christopher Paolini. He has written Eragon(the first book of the Inheritance cycle), Eldest(the second), and Brisingr(the third). The protagonist is Eragon who and with his dragon Saphira. The antagonist of the novel is the forces of Galbatorix and Galbatorix himself. Eragon’s goal with the [...]

  • Aaron

    Finally, this series has given me a novel that I have enjoyed every part of. I consider it the darkest of the three novels, as Eragon realizes what a dire situation he has placed himself in, and the slim chance that he might succeed in his mission to free the citizens from the tyrannical rule of King Galbatorix. This book finally brings its characters and its plot back down to Earth, and although the novel still thrives off fantasy, and now possesses a sense of reality to it. This book has given [...]

  • Kenchiin

    By far my favorite of the tetralogy. Paolini allows his characters to grow within the story in a very crafted yet natural way.There is still plenty of irrelevant verbiage, but at this point I already got used to it.

  • Adam

    No offense to those of you who liked this book. I had a really, really hard time getting through this one. I thought the first book of the series was neat cause it was written by a kid, but sadly, Paolini's story telling ability hasn't grown an iota. Why did Paolini have to make this a four book series. He easily could have taken the 35 pages of actual plot from this book and prepended it to the beginning of the next book. The pace of this book was excruciating. Does there really have to be thre [...]

  • Cindy

    Wow. Before anyone comments, I was a HUGE fan of the first book. Second book I thought was alright. This book sucked so bad. Between the terrible writing and the grammar and the fact that it was 800 pages of how long Paolini can babble about nothing and still keep an following. The reason for the 4th book was this was for character development? What character development, the characters are more one sided then ever. You can almost predict what they will do before they do it because they are just [...]

  • Phoenix2

    I can't believe I haven't added and reviewed this one yet!! I used to be huge (HUGE) fan of Eragon so I can't think of a reason why I didn't Anyway, self punishment aside, the third book from the inheritacne cyrcle was okay. From what I can remember it had a nice plot, but the sword crafting was way too long so it did got boring there. But other than that, the story was nice and we had some character development and some nice battles. So, 3 out of 5.

  • Laura Baugh

    Really, how much phenomenal cosmic power, gleaming musculature, purring voice, and natural musk that drives women wild are we supposed to take? And our Strong Female Leader can have her decision swayed by a eyebrow twitch from our Sexy Magically Powered Hero.I will probably never know how this book ends.

  • amber

    Wow. This one was really bad. As he's aged, Paolini;s writing has gotten worse. It's almost 800 pages of drivel. I feel like Paolini recently studied for the GRE and he's showing off the new words he learned. It was just really bad.

  • Leia

    I thoroughly enjoyed this, the penultimate installment of the Inheritance Cycle, though it does sadden me to remember the end is near. Eragon's slow transformation from simple yet inquisitive farmboy to the last free Dragon Rider is a joy to read, and I relished every insignificant detail. Roran, who shocked me with his strength and fortitude in Eldest, continues on his path to becoming a brilliant military strategist and leader, all the while leaving his heart with his beloved Katrina. Murtagh [...]

  • Shane

    After waiting 100 years for book 3, I expected a lot more. The meat of this book could have been condensed into about 100 pages. Very little plot development occurred. There was some character development, but not enough to warrant 750 pages. I probably wouldn't be so critical, but the video he posted stating why it took so long to get to book 3 said that he didn't feel he could do it in one book. Bad news. I bet that if you read book 1, book 2, and 3 selected chapters of book 3, you could go st [...]

  • Karin

    poke me in the eye! This book is terrible! The first one was forgiven for it's rambling irrelevancies due to it's imaginative world and logical magic. This one has no excuses. First off, it's about as entertaining as watching a clock's hour hand tick. Second, approximately two things happen in the entire book that are even important! Each event can go beyond being summed up in a chapter or two. This was riddled with rambling text, inconsistencies, and fluff. A wonderful example of it's dull dron [...]

  • Charlotte May

    Whilst I've been going through the Inheritance Series I must admit I've struggled and have thought about putting them down on more than one occasion.However as I've pushed myself through i'm so glad that I did - the world that Paolini has created is absolutely incredible, I feel transported to a world of dragons, magic and ancient lore, its astounding to think that Paolini wrote Eragon when he was only 15!I have been blown away by the depth of the storylines, descriptions of the scenery and the [...]

  • Callie

    I try to finish a book no matter what, but this book will be an exception. I'm 100 pages ind nothing has happened! This book suffered from over discription about things that are unimportant to the plot or to the reader and slowed the story telling to an almost non-existent plot line. The author obviously has a love of armor and weaponry and his descriptions of these things go on for paragraphs in such an self indulgent way that he seems to be purposefully leaving the reader! A dissapointment bec [...]

  • Erin

    It's generally a very good story. Problems arise, however, when the fact that very little of it is original becomes distracting, the excessive wordiness and verbosity of the author (in both character voice and description) becomes distracting, and the number of random side adventures and random side characters become. . . yes, distracting.I am anxious to see how the story ends, I just hate it when I can't stop thinking about the author's prose and plot choices while I'm reading a book.

  • Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by The Compulsive Reader for TeensReadTooEragon and Saphira have just barely survived the latest battle between the Empire and Varden, and learned the truth about Eragon's parentage. Their encounter with Murtagh and Thorn has made them realize that they desperately need to revisit their teachers in Ellesmera, but their multitudes of promises keep them from returning. They must help Roran recover Katrina from the Ra'zac, rally forces for the Varden, and find a way to thwart Murtagh. But [...]

  • Lucy Ghost

    English review at bottom!Buddy read with Silvio <3Me prometí no llorar, pero recordar las muertes de este libro me hace un nudo en la gargantaDe toda la saga es el que menos me gusta y me encanta. Te imaginas como son los otros tres Cuando Saphira arregla el Zafiro Estrellado de los enanos Y *llorando* aparece Gunthera Santos, me morí en esa parte. Fue lo mejor de todo.Es completamente hermoso Amo a Roran y a Murtagh y a Christopher Paolini por escribir tan hermosa saga <3I promised not [...]

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