Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Capture at Gil'ead Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Capture at Gil'ead Summary

Murtagh and Eragon ride their horses on their journey to Gil'ead. The days roll by with no sign that the Ra'zac pursue them. When they pass through towns, Eragon disguises himself, and he sees the wanted posters advertising his name and description. He celebrates his sixteenth birthday in the woods. He has reached manhood, but he does not tell his companion on the day.

Eragon's ribs are now healed, and he and Murtagh spar with the swords that he dulls with magic. They spar intensely but are evenly matched and neither can gain an advantage over the other. When they arrive near Gil'ead they decide to camp 2 miles away to discuss their strategy. During the night, Eragon wakes with a tingling sensation on his scar. He wakes Murtagh, and though they are poised, nothing happens.

In the morning an...

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