Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Flight Through the Valley Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Flight Through the Valley Summary

The next day, Eragon and Arya take off on Saphira. Eragon is still upset and confused over the events of the previous day when Murtagh beheaded Torkenbrand. While camped by a stream, Eragon sees the Urgals nearby, and he cannot believe that the monsters could have gained ground on him.

Eragon discusses the situation with Murtagh, and they decide to split, letting Eragon fly on Saphira. They push their animals to the breaking point to gain ground on the Urgals. On their last day of traveling, they struggle to distance themselves from the Urgals. Eragon watches the monsters on their march and realizes that they are less than a league away. They make their way into the dense forest, and Eragon has an eerie feeling that the ancient forest does not want them traveling through.

Eragon travels...

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