Eragon: Inheritance Book One - A Path Revealed Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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A Path Revealed Summary

Eragon sits at the campfire, and he is happy to know that they are now beyond the borders of the Empire. As he sits and contemplates, he realizes that his quest has changed. He now does not merely want to avenge the deaths of Garrow and Brom, but as a Rider he must right the wrongs of the Empire and reverse the oppression wrought by Galbatorix. As he looks at the elf, Eragon has an idea that he should attempt to listen to her thoughts.

Eragon tries to contact the elf in her unconscious state. He kneels next to her and places his hand on her forehead. As he probes her mind, he is felled by an icy pain and is unable to retreat from its grip. It is the elf's defense attacking him, and it leaves him in...

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