[Up to 86% Off] Christopher Paolini and J. R. R. Tolkien Books: Inheritance + The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun for RM29.90 / Brisingr + Inheritance + The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun for RM34. Limited Groupons
- Inheritance and Brisingr are part of the best-selling epic fantasy Inheritance Cycle tetralogy by Christopher Paolini.
- The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun is written by J. R. R. Tolkien, best known for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
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A book is a promise of glorious adventures in strange lands, compelling ideas by the brightest of minds, and gud speling. Today’s Groupon gets it write with Christopher Paolini and J. R. R. Tolkien books from MPH Distributors. Choose from:
- Inheritance (paperback) + The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun (hardcover) for RM29.90 instead of RM159.80
- Brisingr (hardcover) + Inheritance (paperback) + The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun (hardcover) for RM34 instead of RM249.70
In Inheritance and Brisingr, Christopher Paolini brings readers to a fulfilling finale of the Inheritance Cycle tetralogy, telling the tale of Eragon and his fire-breathing companion, Saphira as they deal with war, magic and teen angst. Ideal for those delving in Norse mythology or the ancient art of looking intelligent, The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun is a 2009-released book by J. R. R. Tolkien, best known for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
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Before Inheritance came out I read all of the other Eragon books eleven times each. I love the story and had counted down the days until it came out. Finally it came and I read it in a few days. It was rushes but exciting and interesting. Though the ending was sad and almost made me cry I loved the series and it sets my new standard for a great book. – Apr 9, 2012
This book really does continue the saga. The characters remain consistent from the earlier story. Adventures, from significant battles to subtle discoveries, hold the interest of the reader throughout. As in the earlier books, seemingly minor events become major revelations or factors in moving the plot forward. Don't forget anything that occurs - no matter how trivial it may seem! The book is easy reading and difficult to put down. Be sure to reserve plenty of time for it. – Nov 9, 2009
– Dianna Channon
Tolkien's translation of this ancient Norse text does not fail to delight either. Tolkien uses such a choice of words as to allow the reader to experience the hardships and wonder of the players or to see the attempted schemes and react to them as one might if being told the story by an animated friend. This story has every element of an epic and Tolkien's excellent use of phonology to make it a book worth reading. – Apr 9, 2010
– Jonathan Keller