Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Therinsford Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Therinsford Summary

Eragon and Brom leave the outskirts of the village the next morning. They follow the Ra'zac's footprints in the snow, but it is difficult for them to follow because the road forks. Eragon continues to be frustrated with Brom's secrets, and their travel is slow without horses.

Brom and Eragon continue to disagree about what Brom is willing to tell him. Eragon looks up and Brom hollers for him to defend himself. They engage in mock battle with sticks and Eragon is untrained and slow against Brom. In a moment of hesitation, Brom knocks Eragon out momentarily. Eragon is defeated and drained and falls asleep.

Soon Eragon, Brom, and Saphira reach Therinsford. At the town they buy horses. Brom buys a prized animal named Snowfire. Moments after their purchase, Brom learns that the Ra'zac have been through the same town. People inform Brom...

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