Inheriting Inheritance

I just finished Inheritance, which, if you don’t know, is the latest book by Christopher Paolini and is the last book in the Inheritance Cycle. I won’t say anything that’s a spoiler– I flatly (and three-dimensionally) refuse– but I will say some things.

Christopher Paolini has found his sense of humor somewhat, and outside of the certain hilarious herbalist. You never knew huge thirteen-foot-tall beasts with massive horns would inspire a smile or even a laugh, but they did.

I was mildly surprised at the ending, but I won’t say why.

Let it be known that I was right! I won’t say about what, however. Twice, though!

I loved how Christopher Paolini worked the [censored] and the way he [censored]. And then the [censored]. I think you’ll agree that those were some of the best moments.

I’m ashamed at completely forgetting the [censored]. I still don’t remember it. I’ll have to go back and read it again from the first book.

If any of you have comments on the book and are NaNoWriMos, NaNoMail me @ dragonfirehurts. If you don’t have a NaNo account, tough luck.

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  1. Gwendolyn Copperstone

     /  November 19, 2011

    I couldn’t believe I forgot about [spoiler]! Then he started talking about [spoiler] and [spoiler] and I was so confuzzled. I loved the part where [spoiler] kills [spoiler]. The [spoilers] were awesome! But I was bummed that [spoiler] didn’t [spoiler], and all the [spoilers] were [spoiled].

  2. Three-dimensionally? *cracks up laughing* I will have to steal use that.


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