Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Vision of Perfection Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Vision of Perfection Summary

Eragon wakes up after sleeping for a long time. After his short battle with the Urgals, he feels sore and weak. He is alone in the woods and waits for Brom and Saphira to return. After waiting for hours, he s attempts to see Brom and Saphira by scrying, and he can see Saphira flying with Brom on her back.

After scrying Brom and Saphira, Eragon searches for an image of his cousin, Roran, who seems to be in a strange, unrecognizable place. He then attempts to see the image of the young woman in his dream. He finds her image and says the words but only sees a candle in the darkness. Then the darkness lifts, and he sees a stone cell in which the woman is lying. Their eyes lock, and then she collapses after seeing him...

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