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3.9 68
Young Adult Fiction 313
Different, but the Same
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Reader reviewed by Veronica Janczuk

Dear Readers:

I have heard that this book is a mix of Harry Potter, the Lord of the Rings, and more... Maybe that's true - maybe it isn't. Only Mr. Paolini knows the truth!

I enjoyed reading this book every time I read it (twice) because of Christopher Paolini's power to pull the Reader in, to pull them in so much, they don't want to set the book down. And why is this?

First of all, the characters are very well planned out, and that just allows the Reader to understand more from the plot. Eragon, Saphira, and Brom are characters we can connect with, and we understand them.

Secondly, the plot is PERFECT. I have never read a book that takes so many weird twists and turns. Thank goodness it's fiction, because Christopher has come up with SO much fiction items, it's even funner to read.

Third, and final, is the entire book together - from the beginning, to the end, the Reader is thrilled, and even on the last page, you are absolutely 100% aware that you want MORE!

I give this book a 5/5 rating, and a reccommendation for any Reader.
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