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The Inheritance Cycle

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Beschreibung

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Altersempfehlung

ab 12 Jahr(e)

Erscheinungsdatum

13.04.2010

Verlag

Random House LLC US

Seitenzahl

816

Beschreibung

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Altersempfehlung

ab 12 Jahr(e)

Erscheinungsdatum

13.04.2010

Verlag

Random House LLC US

Seitenzahl

816

Maße (L/B/H)

13.8/20.8/4.1 cm

Gewicht

647 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-0-375-82674-0

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A bit tenacious but still very good!

Stephanie aus Neuenhof am 20.04.2022

Bewertungsnummer: 1698502

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

I really love this story and this world overall. Eragon’s journey keeps a steady pace and it’s really cool to watch him grow up and learn so many valuable lessons. Not just to be a good dragon rider but also to be a good person. In this book we have quite a few war scenes more and I enjoyed reading about them, as we (through Nasuada) also get to see all the strategizing and planning and difficult decision making that come with leading an army. It reads VERY authentic and it had me swallow hard at some conclusions, declarations and orders. This truly is a very grey area. I know which side to be on, but it doesn’t make them killing others (quite brutally too, sometimes) any easier to take. Two wrongs never make a right. As much as I enjoyed a lot of things, this third book probably could have been 300 pages shorter and it would have been just as elaborate. There’s just waaaayyy to many scenes and details that aren’t really needed in my opinion - but maybe that’s because it’s a re-read and I know most of story arc already. I know it’s Fantasy, and I know that that is (or was, not sure if he still writes that way) just his style of writing, but some scenes didn’t need to be as detailed as they were. Plus, I think book no. 3 would have benefitted from a chapter at the start with the info on what happened so far. There were so many things in there that were rehashed throughout the book that were already explained in the first two books. As I’m reading them back to back it’s more annoying than helpful the way it would maybe be, if I was to wait longer for the next book in the series. Ergo, a chapter in the beginning would be perfect as one could read it or skip it. Nevertheless, I’m so happy about this re-read and I’m looking forward to book no. 4 to see how Eragon manages to defeat Galbatorix – one of the many things I can’t remember which makes this whole experience so much better

A bit tenacious but still very good!

Stephanie aus Neuenhof am 20.04.2022
Bewertungsnummer: 1698502
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

I really love this story and this world overall. Eragon’s journey keeps a steady pace and it’s really cool to watch him grow up and learn so many valuable lessons. Not just to be a good dragon rider but also to be a good person. In this book we have quite a few war scenes more and I enjoyed reading about them, as we (through Nasuada) also get to see all the strategizing and planning and difficult decision making that come with leading an army. It reads VERY authentic and it had me swallow hard at some conclusions, declarations and orders. This truly is a very grey area. I know which side to be on, but it doesn’t make them killing others (quite brutally too, sometimes) any easier to take. Two wrongs never make a right. As much as I enjoyed a lot of things, this third book probably could have been 300 pages shorter and it would have been just as elaborate. There’s just waaaayyy to many scenes and details that aren’t really needed in my opinion - but maybe that’s because it’s a re-read and I know most of story arc already. I know it’s Fantasy, and I know that that is (or was, not sure if he still writes that way) just his style of writing, but some scenes didn’t need to be as detailed as they were. Plus, I think book no. 3 would have benefitted from a chapter at the start with the info on what happened so far. There were so many things in there that were rehashed throughout the book that were already explained in the first two books. As I’m reading them back to back it’s more annoying than helpful the way it would maybe be, if I was to wait longer for the next book in the series. Ergo, a chapter in the beginning would be perfect as one could read it or skip it. Nevertheless, I’m so happy about this re-read and I’m looking forward to book no. 4 to see how Eragon manages to defeat Galbatorix – one of the many things I can’t remember which makes this whole experience so much better

Un Voyage Épique à la Hauteur des Espérances!

Rafael (Mitglied der Book Circle Community) am 23.08.2023

Bewertungsnummer: 2006245

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

“L’Héritage”, le dernier tome de la saga de Christopher Paolini, est un véritable triomphe qui clôt la série avec brio. Après avoir suivi Eragon et Saphira à travers leurs nombreuses péripéties dans les tomes précédents, ce dernier opus nous offre une conclusion époustouflante, riche en émotions et en révélations. Paolini démontre une fois de plus son talent d’écrivain en nous plongeant dans un monde magique, où les enjeux sont à leur comble. La bataille finale tant attendue contre Galbatorix est magistralement orchestrée, la tension est palpable à chaque page, et le dénouement saura satisfaire aussi bien les fans de longue date que les nouveaux venus. Ce qui ressort vraiment de “L’Héritage”, c’est la maturité des personnages et la complexité des relations qu’ils entretiennent. Eragon, notamment, montre une profondeur et une évolution qui témoignent du soin que Paolini a mis dans sa création. En somme, “L’Héritage” est un tour de force qui couronne la saga de l’Inheritance de manière magistrale. C’est une lecture incontournable pour tous les amoureux de la fantasy, un final épique et touchant qui restera gravé dans les annales du genre. Sans aucun doute, un 5/5 étoiles mérité pour cette aventure inoubliable!

Un Voyage Épique à la Hauteur des Espérances!

Rafael (Mitglied der Book Circle Community) am 23.08.2023
Bewertungsnummer: 2006245
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

“L’Héritage”, le dernier tome de la saga de Christopher Paolini, est un véritable triomphe qui clôt la série avec brio. Après avoir suivi Eragon et Saphira à travers leurs nombreuses péripéties dans les tomes précédents, ce dernier opus nous offre une conclusion époustouflante, riche en émotions et en révélations. Paolini démontre une fois de plus son talent d’écrivain en nous plongeant dans un monde magique, où les enjeux sont à leur comble. La bataille finale tant attendue contre Galbatorix est magistralement orchestrée, la tension est palpable à chaque page, et le dénouement saura satisfaire aussi bien les fans de longue date que les nouveaux venus. Ce qui ressort vraiment de “L’Héritage”, c’est la maturité des personnages et la complexité des relations qu’ils entretiennent. Eragon, notamment, montre une profondeur et une évolution qui témoignent du soin que Paolini a mis dans sa création. En somme, “L’Héritage” est un tour de force qui couronne la saga de l’Inheritance de manière magistrale. C’est une lecture incontournable pour tous les amoureux de la fantasy, un final épique et touchant qui restera gravé dans les annales du genre. Sans aucun doute, un 5/5 étoiles mérité pour cette aventure inoubliable!

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