Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Water from Sand Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Water from Sand Summary

Eragon, Murtagh, and Saphira travel on through Eragon's exhaustion. Murtagh suggests that Eragon go on without him, though, because it would be easier, but Eragon says he would never leave Murtagh behind because Murtagh has saved Eragon's life.

Eragon, Saphira, and Murtagh discuss their next destination, and Eragon suggests that they seek shelter with the elves. The idea is quickly shelved because they fear they will not be able to find the elves. Murtagh concludes that they will have to leave the territory of the Empire.

One way to leave the Empire is to traverse the Hadarac Desert, and Eragon proposes they do this, but it is a very difficult task. Murtagh declares, "The Hadarac Desert is so huge and contains so many dangers, the chances are slim that we can cross it unscathed. It is a desperate path...

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