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Paperback Inheritance: Book IV Book

ISBN: 037584631X

ISBN13: 9780375846311

Inheritance: Book IV

(Book #4 in the The Inheritance Cycle Series)

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Book Overview

Don't miss the latest book from the author of Eragon , The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm: Tales from Alaga sia 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. With newly updated interlocking art across the spines of all four books Not so very long ago, Eragon--Shadeslayer, Dragon Rider--was nothing more than...

Customer Reviews

6 ratings

The stories themselves are excellent but make sure you only order 'very good'

I'm not sure what the point of a ratings system is when every time I order any other type of book besides 'very good' and think ordering 'good' will be okay (I never order anything less than 'good' condition) they are practically falling apart I'm talking pages half ripped out of the book wanting to fall out on their own bindings that have come totally separated and unglued.. it's still a deal but why even bother with the rating system if it's not going to be implemented.

Inheritance and subsequently the Inheritance cycle is a series i love very much

This book is a good conclusion to this series and in my opinion the best written in the series.Each major character in the story received a satisfying ending and i really enjoyed how the final villain of the story was handled seeing as how built up they were throughout the series, their ending was done very well and suited the character. While the overall plot of the series is clearly inspired by star wars Inheritance manages to have its own satisfying ending without borrowing as much from the previously mentioned films with its own bitter sweet conclusion. Overall this series is very near and dear to my heart and while i am heavily influenced by nostalgia, the love and care clearly put into this world and it's characters by author Christopher Paolini resonates with me and i highly recommend this series to anyone who loves a solid fantasy story with an interesting and well thought out world.

Mediocre conclusion

Not as bad as Brisingr, but still a weak conclusion to a story that had a decade to properly conclude. The author wrote himself into a corner on how to defeat the final villain- and solved it by making the evil King commit suicide by feeling too sad. Honestly, the ending made sense, but was still just so anticlimactic. The issues with over-description and convoluted magic are still present. An entire chapter is spent magically healing a child's cleft lip. This book goes on so much longer than it needs to. It continues for nearly 100 pages after the final battle. After Brisingr, I braced myself for this final book. I trudged through this one to finally have closure to a story I started a decade ago. I should have just read the recap on wikipedia and saved myself several days.

Just one thing missing...

Book came in (roughly 10 days from purchase to delivery) and is in good condition itself. However no dust jacket on book :( Purchased this one specifically to complete my matching set. I did buy the Library Binding option, but no where does it say the ducky jacket isn’t included. Otherwise satisfied with purchase.

Good book

Love the first two books

Inheritance is by far the best

I have only gotten 1/4 of the way through it in one day. So far the author has done great continuing the story throught the entire set. I cant wait to find out what all happens by the end.

Inheritance Mentions in Our Blog

Inheritance in The Countdown to Christopher Paolini's "The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm" Has Begun!
The Countdown to Christopher Paolini's "The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm" Has Begun!
Published by Beth Clark • November 21, 2018
If you're as excited as we are about the upcoming publication of Christopher Paolini's "The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm," then this blog is for you! (And if you're not as excited as we are, you should be, so it's still for you.) Subtitled "Tales from Alagaësia Volume 1: Eragon" the book is the first in a new series and written as three short stories set in the world of Eragon's current adventures in Alagaësia. Read on for more on Christopher Paolini and a refresher on where we last left our hero and heroine in the Inheritance Cycle.
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