Eragon's Guide to Alagaesia

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Eragon's Guide to Alagaesia

Eragon s Guide to Alagaesia From the creators of the bestselling books Dragonology Egyptology Piratelogy and others this is a never before seen glimpse into the world of Christopher Paolini s Inheritance cycle Alaga sia come

  • Title: Eragon's Guide to Alagaesia
  • Author: Christopher Paolini
  • ISBN: 9780375858239
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the creators of the bestselling books Dragonology, Egyptology, Piratelogy, and others, this is a never before seen glimpse into the world of Christopher Paolini s Inheritance cycle Alaga sia comes alive in a lush and detailed look at an unforgettable magical land From elves, dwarves, Urgals, humans, and dragons, to the natural landscape and the magic it contains, ErFrom the creators of the bestselling books Dragonology, Egyptology, Piratelogy, and others, this is a never before seen glimpse into the world of Christopher Paolini s Inheritance cycle Alaga sia comes alive in a lush and detailed look at an unforgettable magical land From elves, dwarves, Urgals, humans, and dragons, to the natural landscape and the magic it contains, Eragon himself offers the reader an unsurpassed tour This oversized, full color book provides 15 spreads chock full of spectacular artwork, engaging novelty elements, and fascinating insights into Eragon s home With gorgeous jewels adorning the cover and pages filled with envelopes, gatefolds, samples of dragon skin, and , Eragon s Guide to Alaga sia is sure to appeal to the legions of fans of Christopher Paolini s bestselling Inheritance cycle.

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    1. Kristi on said:

      Three words; fun, fun & fun.I'm not really sure what to say about this book, except that it's AWESOME! I wish I could get an insiders look like this with some of my other favorite novels. This is a must have for fans of this series. The book itself is beautiful! The pages are wonderfully detailed, there is so much that I never even thought about, such a thorough exploration of the world. I am truly impressed.I was always a fan of pop-up books when I was younger, one of my favorites (that I s [...]

    2. Darth J on said:

      Lame gimmick on Paolini's part to cash in on the Dragonology books? Yes. Did I buy it? Yes.Other things I've bought:-The shoes on my feet.-The clothes I'm wearing.-The rock I'm rocking.-The watch you're wearing.-The house I live in.-The car I'm driving.Why? Because I depend on me if I want it.Review also posted on My Bookshelf is Ready.

    3. Geo Kwnstantinou on said:

      Τι θυμήθηκα τώρα!Εραγκον και Σαφιρα! Πολύ αγάπημενη σειρά βιβλίων κι αυτή!Δράκοι,δρακοκαβαλαρηδες, ξωτικά,νάνοι! Λατρεύω τα pop-up βιβλία!!

    4. Hannah Dixon on said:

      I got this book given to me along with Inheritance,It is a really great read and really makes the whole Alagaesia experience feel that much more real!There's so much to keep you engaged, letters from Eragon, Saphira and accounts of personal experiences, aswell as the scales of a dragon and the hair of the beasts of the Beor Mountains and so much more!Overall though, there's not much to review about this book because words cannot ruly describe the feeling it gives you.I know only that I always go [...]

    5. Hannah on said:

      Awesome book!! It taught and reminded me of lots from the Eragon's world!! This is probably just me being hopeful but if you read it carefully it almost sounds like there could be the possibly of another Inheritance Cycle book! That would be awesome!!

    6. Jaqueline Miguel on said:

      Adquiri este livro na minha primeira e única experiência com o AwesomeBooks, foi a única porque todos os livros vinham em mau estado e este foi o único que até dava para remediar com um bocadinho de fita-cola. O livro é lindíssimo, em capa dura e cheio de pormenores fascinantes para descobrir. É uma autêntica obra-prima em termos de arte e apresentação. Perfeito para os fãs da série, que começou por ser Trilogia, da Herança. O autor brinda-nos com um mundo inteiro que ele criou n [...]

    7. Sidra on said:

      I know some people complained that the info given in the book is already known if you have read the series. Some complained about the illustrations. Some complained about the quality of the materials used. BUT I loved the book! It was smart, and very personal. I really felt like i was Rider. An enjoyable read!

    8. Lillian Bittle on said:

      I wouldn't suggest reading this book until you've read at least the first 3 books of the Inheritance Cycle as there are quite a few spoilers in here!

    9. Charlotte ♡ on said:

      Kvetha fricaya!I really enjoyed this books because the Inheritance Cycle is my favorite book saga. There were many fun samples of things you could possibly find in Alagaësia, like Arya's favorite flower, dragon's knuckles (which you can use for telling your fortune) and many more. Each page is filled with information and beautiful illustrations of all the races and, of course, maps.At one point in this book though, it is mentioned that Rhunön would forge you a sword which would not happen beca [...]

    10. Kat on said:

      This book is a fantastic companion to The Inheritance Cycle, containing numerous pages of beautiful illustrations and extra bits of information about Alagaësia and the people that Eragon meets. I am a huge fan of ‘interactive’ books, and, with all the pull out extra items, miniature books and different materials throughout the book, it certainly doesn’t disappoint in that area either. Of course, I’m a little too old to believe that a piece of glittery card is actually a dragon wing, but [...]

    11. dverghest on said:

      I bought this book for my daughter before she was able to read English on her own, and translated it for her as a gift (the Norwegian publishers have been exceptionally late with translating the series). I would not have bought this book for myself, though I have read the first three books of the Eragon series and quite enjoy them.It's a nice enough companion book to the actual books, aimed at those who love the series, though a higher quality finish of the book would have made it a lot nicer. T [...]

    12. Drew on said:

      "A dragon who is not free to do as he or she wishes is not a dragon at all."Beautifully illustrated and in-depth, this guide to the world of Alagaësia, narrated and complete with notes by Eragon, is perfect for fans of The Inheritance Cycle. I only wish the length wasn't quite so short!

    13. Munaya Al salhee on said:

      I only read the first book in the series and that is Eragon, because it took me a long time to finish it and to get in the mind set of the book. But this book I really liked and it's really nice to see some of the places that are mentioned in the book

    14. George on said:

      this is very interesting and detailed the only thing i dislike about it is the way the urgralgra are depicted

    15. J on said:

      I really wanted to understand this world better, and this book helps with that in such a fun way. I can't get enough of this series.

    16. Kate Chaste on said:

      I was very excited to have a look into the book and expected it to be full of illustrations. I was a little disappointed in the lack of detail and the few pages it had but the cute notes, and pop ups were worth it.Although Glaedrs eldunari was a bit silly to add as in the book it was described as large enough for Eragon to barely be able to hug it, and here at the end of the book was a small plastic rhinestone. An illustration with texture and glitter would have had a better effect in my opinion [...]

    17. Lucinda on said:

      A fun, must-have edition to any Dragon Rider’s library Fabulously fun and full of such wonderful, exquisite detail this brilliant book is a wonderful edition to the Eragon series by Christopher Paolini. What began in Eragon and continued in Eldest, Brisinger and Inheritance now comes together in a single companion volume for the younger reader. Specifically targeted more towards the child/ teenager, this fact filled book is stunningly beautiful with its textured cover (blue Dragon skin) and sh [...]

    18. Julie Mgt on said:

      Très sympa, ça m'a donné envie de relire la saga. Cependant, on apprend finalement rien de nouveau, c'est juste un condensé de l'univers. J'ai été un peu déçue par la qualité, mais cela reste un beau livre que je suis contente d'avoir :)

    19. Lucas on said:

      Even though I don't feel this book captures the magic of the Inheritance series, I still have to give this book some credit. The illustrations are pretty, the tone is playful, and it really is a gateway for people to refresh their memory if they haven't read the books in a while. The main thing that frustrated me about this book was the fact that it didn't give any new information about the world of Eragon that I didn't already know. I was really hoping for some little fun facts hidden throughou [...]

    20. Barbara on said:

      This is a companion book to the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini. It is a beautiful book and what you'd call a "coffee-table book". It is an extremely fast read, but it is enjoyable if you have read the books. It has little flaps and envelopes and pieces you can touch throughout it.I wouldn't personally fork out the money for this book, but it was a fun work of art to look at for free.I classified this as young adult literature just because the books that it is a companion to are young a [...]

    21. Simon on said:

      I read this book before I had finished the second book of the series and thus was exposed to some unfortunate spoilers. I didn't realize this at the time, so it was a learning lesson about how to read series and companion books.This book was a good read though and was a fun little break from the thick detailed word and wold of Paolini's main core story.It also helped to broaden and widen the knowledge of the world he created and the creatures that populate and live within it. I could better unde [...]

    22. Jack on said:

      A really nice book. I love the flaps and things inside as it really makes it fun. It's not an essential read, but I suggest that all fans of the series get it as it's good. You may know some of the information already, but it's still excellent. It's a quick read, but it's awesome. Very nice book and it's sure to please all fans of the series!For more information about this book and other books, please visit my youtube channel: youtube/TheDougieowner

    23. Emmy on said:

      We all loved pop up books when we were kids, right? Well, I still love them and this book is perfect. There are all types of nooks and crannys in this book. There are different fabrics and furs that you can touch, scales and glitter you can see, and the information is mostly correct. If you read the Inheritance Cycle, then you MUST read this.

    24. Steve on said:

      i really liked this picture book companion to the inheritance cycle. it does contain some spoilers, so i wouldnt read it until you finished brisingr. i really liked the pictures of urgles, ellesmera, tronheim and the beor mountains. i wish there was a picture of teirm, because it had gilead and dras leona. the letters written from eragon were kind of silly IMO. but i still liked it.

    25. Noxeni on said:

      very awesome! the artwork was amazing and beautiful and it had great encyclopedic information (that was in the original book though)e writers seem to think that every time they do this that someone is after them and their work, and they always write things like "the nameless shadow" or "we dont have much time" haha

    26. Grace Baggins on said:

      Got this for Christmas and I wasn't expecting it at all and it really made my day! I love how it's told from Eragon's point of view, though don't read it until you've read the entire Inheritance Cycle because it does have spoilers from it. The very end was spectacular and really made the book, and I will treasure everything inside it for a very long time.

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