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Originally, Paolini intended to conclude the then Inheritance Trilogy in three books, but during writing the third book he decided that the series was too complex to conclude in one book, because the single book would be close to 1, pages long.

Brisingr focuses on the story of Eragon and his dragon Saphira as they continue their quest to overthrow the corrupt ruler of the Empire, Galbatorix.

Brisingr begins almost immediately after the preceding novel Eldest concludes. Published by Alfred A.

Reviewers criticized the book for its length, while commenting on Paolini's growing maturity in his treatment of characters. Brisingr begins about three days after the events in Eldest conclude.

They are supported mainly by elves, dwarves, and Urgals , but the Empire is populated with large numbers of humans, who far outnumber Surda and its allies. The Inheritance Cycle focuses on the story of a teenage boy named Eragon and his dragon Saphira. Brisingr is told in third-person from the perspectives of multiple primary protagonists. These characters include the humans Eragon, Roran , and Nasuada , and the dragons Saphira and Glaedr. The humans Galbatorix and Murtagh return as antagonists , along with Murtagh's dragon, Thorn.

The Ra'zac return for a minor antagonist role, and Varaug , a Shade , also appears for a main antagonist role. Brisingr begins as Eragon, Saphira, and Roran travel to Helgrind, the home of the Ra'zac, the creatures that had killed Eragon's uncle, Garrow. There they rescue Roran's betrothed, Katrina, who was being held prisoner, and kill one of the Ra'zac. Saphira, Roran, and Katrina return to the Varden, while Eragon stays behind to kill the remaining Ra'zac and dole out a suitable punishment to Sloan, Katrina's father who was imprisoned in Helgrind.

Eragon was reluctant to kill him. While he is fighting the remaining Ra'zac, it mentions that Galbatorix has discovered the name of all names. Eragon doesn't understand, and ignores the Ra'zac after it pleads for mercy, and he kills it.

After consulting the elven Queen Islanzadi, they come to an agreement on how to punish Sloan. Sloan is condemned to never meet his daughter again. Eragon arranges affairs so that Sloan will regain eyesight in the future, should he repent for his crimes. As Eragon travels back to the Varden, he confronts a hermit in the name of Tenga He is later revealed to be a teacher of the herbalist, Angela. Arya the elf had come in order to protect Eragon, as he traveled through the Empire. They have a conflict with a group of Soldiers, meet some spirits as they travel to the Varden.

Arya reveals about her association with Faolin and crafts a boat made of grass, whilst Eragon sings a flower for her. Once they return to the Varden, Eragon discovers that Katrina is pregnant with Roran's child and a wedding is arranged, which Eragon is to conduct.

Just before it begins, a small force of enchanted troops attack alongside Murtagh and his dragon, Thorn. The enchanted soldiers had spells cast by Galbatorix that couldn't allow them to feel pain.

King Orrin, King of Surda, discovers a method to kill the soldiers, behead them. Elven spell-casters aid Eragon and Saphira and cause Murtagh and Thorn to flee back to the Empire, winning the battle.

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After the fight, Roran marries Katrina. The leader of the Varden, Nasuada, then orders Eragon to attend the election of the new dwarf king in the Beor Mountains.

He leaves with much reluctance as Nasuada forced Saphira to remain in the Varden, in order to protect the Varden from Murtagh and Thorn. They see a Shrrg, Nagra and an enormous bear, which Eragon regarded as a threat even for Saphira, on the way.

After staying for a brief period in Bergan Hold, where he is shown the forest of stone, Eragon heads to Farthen Dur where the new dwarf king is to be elected. Having earned the sympathies of the dwarves, Orik is elected the new king.

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Saphira arrives to Farthen Dur for Orik's coronation and reconstructs Isidar Mithrim, the star rose which was destroyed in the battle of Farthen Dur. There, Saphira revealed from a memory that Eragon's deceased mentor, Brom , is Eragon's father; which Brom asked her to show him when the time was right.

Oromis and Glaedr too justify Saphira's revelation. Glaedr also reveals the source of Galbatorix's power: Eldunari, [2] or heart of hearts. Galbatorix spent years collecting Eldunari, and forcing the deceased dragons to channel their energy to him through their Eldunari.

Saphira is delighted to learn of the existence of the dragons, although imprisoned by Galbatorix's dark magics. Also her stocks of the metal, required to forge rider's swords was completely exhausted. But by deciphering the werecat Solembum's instructions Eragon is able to acquire the metal he requires, from under the roots of the Menoa Tree.

Eragon gives a name to the sword,"Brisingr. Oromis suspects that "Brisingr" is part of the sword's true name. Thus, Glaedr gives his own Eldunari to Eragon. If anything should happen to Glaedr, Eragon would still be able to get advice from him. Meanwhile, Roran is sent on various missions as part of the military force of the Varden.

One of the targets is a convoy of supply wagons guarded by enchanted soldiers that can't feel pain. The unit suffers extreme casualties, and the commander Martland Redbeard is replaced after losing his hand. During a mission to attack a large enemy force raiding a village, plans made by the new commander, Captain Edric almost cause the operation to fail, but Roran gives new orders and kills one hundred and ninety-three enemy soldiers by himself, leading the Varden to victory.

Despite saving the mission, Roran is charged with insubordination and is flogged as a punishment.

After the public whipping, Nasuada promotes Roran to commander and sends his unit on a mission. He leaves in command of a group of both men and Urgals to enforce the idea of men and Urgals working together.

When an Urgal, Yarbog, challenges Roran for leadership of the unit, he wrestles the Urgal and forces him to submit. After returning to the Varden, his squad joins the siege of Feinster, a city in the Empire. As the siege begins, Eragon rescues the elf Arya and departs to find the leader of the city, but discovers that three magicians are attempting to create a Shade.

Murtagh is using power of several Eldunari, and Glaedr and Thorn fight in the sky. Soon Glaedr is badly wounded. In the midst of the fighting, Galbatorix possesses Murtagh and tries to lure Oromis to his side: After the vision, the magicians have managed to create the Shade Varaug.

Eragon and Arya fight desperately to slay Varaug. Eragon then distracts Varaug by battling him through the mind, which Arya takes advantage of by stabbing Varaug in the heart.

After the successful siege, Nasuada tells Eragon the Varden's plans for invading the Empire.

Christopher Paolini - The Inheritance Cycle

Arya and Eragon are now both known as Shadeslayers. Knopf Books for Young Readers , an imprint of Random House Children's Books and the publisher of the books, prepared Brisingr' s release by printing 2. Paolini said he tried not to let the expectations surrounding Brisingr affect him, [4] [5] stating that "As an author, I found that I can't really allow myself to think about those things.

I actually fell into that trap with the first part of Brisingr. I sat there and I started obsessing about every single word. The pages were rewritten on a computer document afterwards by his mother.

Unlike Eragon , Brisingr features multiple points of view. Parts of the book are written in Saphira's perspective for the first time in the series. Paolini said he "loved it so much, he decided to base the rest of [the Ancient Language] on Old Norse. To find more words, I went online and dug up dictionaries and guides to the language. I invented more words based on what I learned and then formed a system of grammar and a pronunciation guide to fit my world. Developing this has probably been the most difficult part of writing the books.

When asked by Sci Fi Wire what kind of challenges he faced while writing the book, Paolini said it was trying to avoid any references to modern items or actions. Brisingr takes place long before the industrial revolution , which Paolini said "limits not only the things my characters use and do, but it also informs their worldview.

This constraint extends to more recent words and phrases as well.

For example, in Brisingr , I was going to use the description short-order. When I researched its origins, however, I discovered that it was coined to describe modern cooking: Christopher Paolini [11].

According to its author, Brisingr features a complex story with "weighty moral dilemmas" and "a sheer number of events that gives it a rich narrative. The decision to bring in and then kill a Shade at the end of the book was made when Paolini realized he needed a new ending for the book after it was split up.

He was in need of plot points that were strong enough to keep the reader interested through the ending of the book. The point of view of Glaedr and Oromis' confrontation with Thorn and Murtagh was combined with the Shade battle to further keep the reader interested.

The first draft of the book was finished in April In a newsletter sent out that month, Paolini said he was busy "chewing [his] way through the editing, which has been a surprisingly enjoyable experience this time around. The only question that matters is whether the scene contributes to the book as a whole," he said.

Paolini said "Brisingr" was one of the first words he thought of for the book's title, as it was the first Ancient Language word that Eragon learned in the series, and it holds a particular significance for him.

Paolini revealed it in a newsletter at his official website, in which he said that it was added "because I felt it suited the story, and also because, in a way, I still view Brisingr and Book Four as two halves of the same volume; the subtitle is merely the name of the first of these two sections.

John Jude Palencar illustrated the English cover featuring the golden dragon Glaedr. The content of the cover was one of the few things initially confirmed by Paolini before he wrote the book. He had originally planned for it to feature a green dragon, [20] but later indicated that this was affected by the expansion of the series to a four-book cycle.

Since the Japanese did not want the same cover on two volumes, they commissioned Palencar to paint one of the Lethrblaka for the second volume.The only question that matters is whether the scene contributes to the book as a whole," he said. June 14, Following the colossal battle against the Empires warriors on the Burning Plains, Eragon and his dragon, Saphira, have narrowly escaped with their lives. Paolini, Christopher - Inheritance 01 - Eragon b.

In the midst of the fighting, Galbatorix possesses Murtagh and tries to lure Oromis to his side: Brisingr Inheritance, Book 3. September 18, Publishers Weekly gave Brisingr a negative review, criticizing the novel for relying on "classic fantasy tropes", and noting that Brisingr might appeal to younger readers, but older readers might be unimpressed. When unrest claims the rebels and danger strikes from every corner, Eragon must make choices — choices that will take him across the Empire and beyond, choices that may lead to unimagined sacrifice.

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