Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Saddlemaking Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Saddlemaking Summary

Brom and Eragon wake up, and Brom offers to make the saddle with the leather Eragon stole from the tannery. As Eragon watches, Brom measures and cuts the material to make a soft saddle for Saphira. By the time Brom finishes with the saddle and Eragon finishes reorganizing their supplies, their day is over. They will leave the next day and they discuss the need for horses in which to travel swiftly. Saphira is not large enough to carry them both.

Brom reminds Eragon that the Ra'zac is a servant of the king and laws will not stop him. He will come and go as he pleases, unlike Eragon and Brom, who must travel in secret with Saphira. Brom tells Eragon: "The longer you evade the Ra'zac, the more desperate he'll become. He'll know that every day you'll be growing stronger and that...

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