Brisingr!!!

India
October 8, 2008 12:37pm CST
For those who don't know about it... "Brisingr" is the third book in the Inheritance Series by Christopher Paolini. The first two books "Eragon" and "Eldest" have been smashaway hits. However, Brisingr seems to be drawing some criticism. I feel it was as good as the previous novels. So i thought why not know your views about it as well For those who have not read it... I can mail all the 3 books in pdf format. Just leave your e-mail address. Good literature must be promoted :-D
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6 responses
• Philippines
9 Oct 08
hi! you're an angel! finally someone with a .pdf copy of the book! i hope i'll get to enjoy the last installment that much. because i have a huge respect for the past two books. and am a fan. i hope the last one doesn't burst my bubble.
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• India
9 Oct 08
don't worry. if you've liked the first two then you'l probably like brisingr too. thanks for your response.
@esteria (396)
• India
8 Oct 08
Well i have read Eragon and Eldest and liked them both. I had ordered brisingr too but the company got out of stock so i have to wait a few days for it to come. I have heard from my friends that the story is nice. I would want the three books in pdf format. i have messaged you my email-id. thank you.
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• India
9 Oct 08
thanks for your response. but i haven't received your e-mail id till now. anyway i'l try to uplaoad the pdf books and provide you with a link in this discussion very soon. cheers. have a nice day.
• Germany
9 Oct 08
have read the first 2 books of the series.haven't found the third one yet. please do mail me a copy.my e-mail id is rakeshtk@in.com.thanks
10 Oct 08
hey can you please send me the pdf i would be most grateful i have read the second and third books but not the first and having all 3 on pc would be handy my email is simmons360@gmail.com
• United States
11 May 09
please send me all three in pdf format to my email at r.cooper1993@gmail.net Thank You Very Much
@wayz12 (2059)
• United States
11 Oct 08
I've read Eragon, and I enjoyed the book. It's not great literature, but it has enough plot to keep me going, and Eragon's character is quite sympathetic, so I'm willing to play along. I'm aware that Paulini wrote this when he was in his teens, so I cut him some slack. Overall the boy has a great imagination, and I have the next two books on my TBR list. I don't know when I get to them, since that list is pretty long, but I do want to read Eldest and Brisingr.
• Canada
9 Oct 08
OK get this...the author of these books is still a kid...i forget his age but he is a young man not over 20 i know that...he wrote eragon when he was 16 i think it was....crazy...I have not read any of them but have been meaning to. I do not like reading form the computer so I will get them next time I am in the library...thanks for reminding me...