Brisingr, Or, the Seven Promises of Eragon Shadeslayer and Saphira Bjartskular
The further adventures of Eragon and his dragon Saphira as they continue to aid the Varden in the struggle against the evil king, Galbatorix.
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Eragon, dragon rider for the Varden, the resistance in the land of Alagaesia, continues his epic journey and adventure to try to rid the world of the evil tyrant King Galbatorix, and restore the elite order of the Dragon Riders.
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Violence: death ... Razac die ...battles ... some bloody.. yea!!...
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Again, not for the squeamish.
Sexual Content: It's not really too bad. There's a couple of scenes where Roran and Katrina are lying in bed together; they kiss a couple of times. Nothing comes of it, (that the reader actually reads) thankfully. Otherwise, there are a few inappropriate jokes.
Violence: This series, (especially this book in particular), is NOT for the squeamish. The beginning, concerning Helgrind and rescuing Katrina, I found to be a little bit disturbing; especially the description of Sloan's wounds and the weirdos that sacrificed themselves to the Ra'zac.
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