I really liked this book, what I really like about it is the way they describe the characters and how Christopher Paolini shows how the character change over the course of the book. The way Eragon changes over the book is the most astonishing change I have ever read about. Eragon grows from a arrogant boy who found out the powers he can have to a strong man who takes responsibility over his powers and uses them to help who he feels like needed help. On the other hand there were a couple things I did not like about this book.
I did not like who the end of the book seemed kind of rushed and everything flew by really fast before you really had time to comprehend what just happened and that caused me to read the part over again which kind of got annoying (because I had to do it so frequently). Mostly because of this reason I decided to give this book a 4.5 out of ten. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes action, adventure, and dragons! In the whole set of books I think this book is the most important out of all of them because in this book you find out how Eragon got his power and you find out a plan from the Elves and the other dragons how they are going to kill the evil king Galbatorax Search for Book