BRISINGR by Christopher Paolini

In Eragon, readers were introduced to Eragon, a fifteen-year-old farm boy, who found a dragon egg and became embroiled in an uprising against Galbatorix, the tyrannical king of Alagaësia. In the second book, Eldest, Eragon and his dragon, Saphira, join the elves to receive at least part of the traditional training for dragons and riders before returning to the human rebels, the Varden, to assist with the continuing uprising against Galbatorix. Eldest also introduces readers to the adventures of Eragon’s cousin, Roran, and the characters from their home town of Carvahall who survived the attack by the king’s soldiers.

In Brisingr, Eragon and Roran join forces to rescue Roran’s fiancé from the monsters who killed Roran’s father and led the destruction of Carvahall. The shared mission helps heal the relationship between the two, which was damaged when Eragon fled Carvahall after his uncle’s death. Their reunion is short-lived, however, as the leader of the Varden sends both men on different missions.

Although he has proven his ability to lead his neighbors across the country, Roran must learn to work with trained soldiers in an army under the command of professional soldiers. Eragon and Saphira must work to defeat Murtagh, a man who once saved Eragon’s life, but who has become a dragon rider in his own right under the control of Galbatorix. Roran, Eragon, and all the rest of the Varden must work to keep the various groups of rebels united and to find weaknesses in Galbatorix’s seeming invulnerability, which will be their only chance of returning freedom and peace to Alagaësia.

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