Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Worshipers of Helgrind Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Worshipers of Helgrind Summary

In the morning, Brom leaves early, and he writes a note for Eragon instructing him to avoid notice but still explore the city and enjoy himself. In the city, Eragon watches an auctioneer extolling the qualities of a product - it is a human being up for sale. It infuriates him to watch the auction, and when he sees a small girl taken from her mother to be sold, he must force himself to walk away.

Eragon walks to the cathedral and finds that it is silent and empty inside. Inside, he pays his respects and as he turns to leave, he sees the Ra'zac in the doorway watching him. The anger builds up inside him as he fires two arrows in the direction of the two Ra'zac but they are able to dodge them easily. A moment later...

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