4 Replies to “Eldest, by Christopher Paolini”

  1. I almost gave up to but after about page 250, it was as if someone else took up writing the book and it got more interesting. The beginning of the book was horrible due to a lack of personal dialog. It was like he used a thesaurus to come up with cool ways to explain situations that resulted in eye rolling. He needs to be carefull on the atheistic pathway he takes in the book. Parents don’t want the kids swayed this way.

  2. I almost gave up to but after about page 250, it was as if someone else took up writing the book and it got more interesting. The beginning of the book was horrible due to a lack of personal dialog. It was like he used a thesaurus to come up with cool ways to explain situations that resulted in eye rolling. He needs to be carefull on the atheistic pathway he takes in the book. Parents don’t want the kids swayed this way.

  3. I love this book, no matter what anyone says, I think its brilliant!! Granted the beginning isnt as interesting as it could have been…. no reason to give up on it though!! If you dont like it thats you opinion but I loved it!

  4. I love this book, no matter what anyone says, I think its brilliant!! Granted the beginning isnt as interesting as it could have been…. no reason to give up on it though!! If you dont like it thats you opinion but I loved it!

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