Eragon: Inheritance Book One - The Doom of Innocence Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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The Doom of Innocence Summary

Eragon wakes in the Spine with gnawing hunger and burning pain on his legs. They are in the spot where Saphira's egg had appeared. Eragon asks her whether she will take him home, yet she is still frightened of what awaits them. Eragon accuses her of being scared and running away, and she gets angry with him.

Eragon rips his shirt into pieces and uses them to protect his thighs as Saphira flies lower and faster than her flight to the Spine. She flies like a blur, and when they arrive, he tells Saphira to land in the fields next to the house. The house has been blasted apart. Saphira senses the sorrow that has occurred as Eragon searches for Garrow.

Eragon blames Saphira for what has happened, but she tells him that he would be dead...

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