I loved this book, it was by far the best in the series, and the writer has definitely improved, it is a long winded book, but it was writen that way, and if you dont like that genre then dont read it.
Turns out, none of the professional critics have published a review. Especially in that bit where the swordsman just ran away from him, begging for mercy, and Eragon killed him anyways.
I agree with this review! Virgil on 28 September There are also many contemporary authors that do a great job of writing good stories. Now, do note, some classics are more tractable than others.
Unless Paolini truly intended to have all these broken, unconnected scenes in the final storyline the editing was definitely a bad job.
RandomX2 on 27 September I mean, come on!
Sometimes people like to make their CSS nice. Hi Jay, I think you are correct in that regard, in fact, I think Brisingr borrowed alot of plot points from Harry Potter 6! Dear RandomX2, Congratulations, you are probably the best spoken fan to stumble into this site.
Brisingr laid bare quite a few things that muddled and surprised me. Paolini threw that down the drain, and it washed up on the polluted seashore, dead. Hey Jay, His comment has probably made more moronic by my censorship of his gratuitous swearing. And then again in the siege of Feinster. When you put it that way, I guess I agree with you.
SlyShy on 26 September Most if not all of his descriptions are put in the worst places. In closing what is up with that idiot THe burning jew. You know, most writers hailed the word processor as the single most amazing thing to ever happen to writing.
Every one of his stories reads like a first draft.
This is one of the worst reviews i have ever read, and you call yourself a critic, why dont you reread the book, because you were obviously drunk the first time you read it.
Unfortunately I would have to say I was disappointed in this book.
It was definitely what one would call an eventful ending! I enjoyed your review as well, although we obviously had different perspectives.
Christine on 29 September You can tell when he wrote it, as soon as he came up with a way to show something, he put it in with no thought, and kept going. I, for one, counterargue that Eragon continued to mature psychologically quite a bit in his philosophy of killing.
I bought the book, and I enjoyed reading.View the spoiler free version. Brisingr, or, The Seven Promises of Eragon Shadeslayer and Saphira Bjartskular is the third book in the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini. I would like to note that at his point, he is 25, and not 15, so he will be allowed no exceptions from the Age mi-centre.com will he receive any exceptions from the War.Download