Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Through A Dragon's Eye Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Through A Dragon's Eye Summary

Eragon rises the next morning and prepares to ride Saphira. He is queasy at the thought of riding her after his first experience when she took him to the Spine. Brom tells him to keep low and hold on with his knees. Eragon will be able to guide Saphira with his thoughts.

Saphira is stronger now than the first time Eragon rode her. In the air Saphira drops into a roll, and Eragon tells her not to do it, but she informs him that he must get accustomed to her different maneuvers. She tells him to relax and not be frightened. When he does, he begins to enjoy the experience and to feel what Saphira is feeling. Their thoughts meld together as she rises to great heights and dives down near the ground.

After a while Eragon...

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