Jan 23, 2022

Inheritance: Book IV (The Inheritance Cycle 4)

Inheritance: Book IV (The Inheritance Cycle 4) By {author, Inheritance: Book IV (The Inheritance Cycle 4) Best Download || [Christopher Paolini] Inheritance: Book IV (The Inheritance Cycle 4) Best Download || [Christopher Paolini] - Inheritance: Book IV (The Inheritance Cycle 4), Inheritance Book IV The Inheritance Cycle The astonishing masterful conclusion to the Inheritance Cycle perfect for fans of Lord of the Rings The New York Timesbestselling serieshas sold over million copies and is an international

  • Publisher‏:‎ Knopf Books for Young Readers (November 8, 2011)
  • Publication date‏:‎ November 8, 2011
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 6295 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 882 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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Inheritance: Book IV (The Inheritance Cycle 4)

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Inheritance: Book IV (The Inheritance Cycle 4)

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  1. On pages 237 244 and 261 268 there is a black strip at the top, the margins are screwed up, the page numbers are at different heights I m assuming that this is a printing issue, so I m doing a return There is also a lot of adhesive residue on the back cover.Edit 1 this is ridiculous This replacement is also damaged, and mismade The dust cover is bunched and slightly torn The printing on the dust cover is off center, to the point that the spine text looks fully right aligned, not centered Droppin [...]


  2. Warning SpoilersThis series was good, but it had the potential to be great The author makes you suffer through countless side stories that don t go anywhere Other than adding unnecessary pages to each book, these side stories add absolutely nothing to the underlying story Worst of all, the author leaves you hanging on some of these side stories with no closure For example, what did the Menoa Tree take from Eragon In reality this series should ve have been three books at about 500 pages each.My b [...]


  3. Felt the first book was exciting and going wonderful places Youthfulness of it made me hope for exciting and happy additions and conclusions Maturity of characters was great, they don t make stupid mistakes like in so many books Was also glad the series would not go on forever, but wrap things up in 4 nice, long, meaty books However, like most of these types of books, it devolves into constant and depressing warfare, with an ending that brings no pleasure At least three hooks that kept me readin [...]


  4. I enjoyed it okay I still think Paolini must be a fan of Melville as he takes forever to get from A to Blikes to hear himself talk And, I hated the ending HATED But, after a reread of the series it gets 3 stars.However, my original review Well, I did enjoy it I was totally skeptical after Brisinger crap , but this was like the first two I would give it three and a half stars if it was an option It started to drag a bit, but picked right back up again If you liked one and two, even if you hated t [...]


  5. I found the first 3 books in the Eragon series at a thrift shop I absolutely adored books 1 and 2 Book 3 was stretching it By the time I got to book 4, I was reminded of all the things I didn t care for in the Wheel of Time series, of which I own all 15 books and that is all of the ridiculous amounts of politicking.I feel that this could have been so much better than it was Cut out all of the posturing and chapters of people just talking but it all amounting to nothing, and it would be excellent [...]


  6. I read the first 3 books in the cycle in paperback several years ago but had difficulty getting the 4th book when it became available I was delighted to realise that I could download it as an e book earlier this year It has given me a sense of completion and satisfaction to read of the concluding arcs of the characters and how the seemingly impossible destruction of Galbatorix was effected.My main reservation about the book s is my responsibility and not a failing of the book I don t like length [...]


  7. If could stop sending hard cover books in the mail like some sort of disgruntled out of work kindle employee bent on toppling the scholastic empire, that d be great otherwise fine Just a few bumps and bruises from the mail.Great read Tad bit of blood and drama but I d say tween to adult age range If haven t read the other three books before this one why What kind of monster jumps in at the end of a book series


  8. I wrote a detailed review of the series under the third novel, Brisingr which you can find on In it I said I would read this novel and I tried so, so hard to read it all I couldn t get through it I am utterly disappointed with Paolini lengthy and tedious descriptions The number of pages could have easily been cut in half had Paolini significantly reduced the unnecessary boring details, long names and waffling It s a real shame because I thoroughly enjoyed the first book, and the overall plot of [...]


  9. I ve not a clue why or how, the premise of the story is simple, the spin on magic is fresh, but there is just something to the characters that is so close to home, the way they ware written and how I can identify with them that this series has me linger to finish as I didn t want to say goodbye to this world or it s inhabitants.I m unashamed to say that at the end of inheritance, I was gut wrenched with such a profound sense of melancholy that I re read the last few chapters in tears before acce [...]


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