Eragon: Inheritance Book One - A Warrior and a Healer Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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A Warrior and a Healer Summary

When they land, Eragon tries to feel for the holes made by the arrows. An arrow still protrudes from Saphira's wing, and Eragon removes it while she bites a sapling to avoid roaring in pain. The arrow was lodged in her muscle, and she rears back in pain, knocking Murtagh to the ground.

Saphira takes the elf as Murtagh and Eragon ride the horses. Eragon thinks about what he knows of elves. They live a long time and have magic powers, and so this elf must be drugged like he was in Gil'ead but much more heavily. After traveling for many hours, Murtagh and Eragon make camp. They discuss their situation and realize that the Urgals are working for the king. Eragon says that this fact means that the people of Alagalsia will rebel against...

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