Eragon: Inheritance Book One - The Ramr River Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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The Ramr River Summary

As they begin their journey, Saphira suggests and Eragon agrees to tie the unconscious elf to Saphira to transport her. Murtagh and Eragon travel as rapidly as possible, pushing their horses to the brink.

Eventually, they reach the Ramr River, which is as wide as a small lake. Saphira flies over to the other side and reports that the river is a half-mile wide. Murtagh mentions that the horses will panic if the dragon lifts them across the river. Unfortunately, it is their only option, and although the horse is frightened, it makes it to the other side.

Soon they all meet on the other side of the wide river. Saphira notes that Murtagh's horse had to be tied down so that it would not run away. Eragon is exhausted enough to sleep while walking, but they continue toward...

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