Well, I’m rereading Inheritance by Christopher Paolini. I’m about halfway through the book, and I’ll probably finish the book by next week, since I’m traveling. So far, Eragon has captured Belatona, a large city with lots of supplies for the Varden. The Varden is a group of races that are trying to overthrow the evil overlord of the world, Galbatorix. Varden Leadership sends Roran, Eragon’s cousin, to capture Aroughs, a vital city. He comes up with a very risky plan, but he prevails in capturing the city. He and that part of the Varden head to Dras-Leona, a major city to Galbatorix, to capture it. Jeod, a storyteller, finds evidence that there is a tunnel leading right under Dras-Leona. He is right, but the priests found it and booby-trapped it. Eragon and others go and find the tunnel. They get inside of the city, and then the war starts. That’s where I am in Inheritance.
I predict that Eragon, through lots of difficulty, will defeat Galbatorix. He and the Varden will restore peace to all of Alagaesia. The Varden will create a new government to rule fairly and without discrimination. They also probably will do away with slavery.
UPDATE: Finished the book, it was great! Eragon goes on to Uru’Baen to capture the city and kill Galbatorix. One interesting part about it is that Lord Barst, the main leader of Galbatorix’s army, has an Eldunari touching him during the battle. This gave him incredible amounts of strength and endurance, but it failed. That was the turning point in the battle. If I said anything after that point, then I would give away the end of the book.
My SSR promt is critique. I thought the book was good, especially after reading it for the second time. One thing that I didn’t like about the end was that he made the battle with Galbatorix go very quickly.