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Eragon (Dziedzictwo, #1) - Christopher Paolini, Paulina Braiter
Eragon (Dziedzictwo, #1)
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Książka opowiada historię Eragona - chłopca, który pewnego dnia znajduje smocze jajo. Od tego momentu zaczyna się jego przygoda z magią, czarami i oczywiście jego smokiem. Świetna pożywka dla wyobraźni.
Książka opowiada historię Eragona - chłopca, który pewnego dnia znajduje smocze jajo. Od tego momentu zaczyna się jego przygoda z magią, czarami i oczywiście jego smokiem. Świetna pożywka dla wyobraźni.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788389004864 (8389004860)
Publisher: Mag
Pages no: 504
Edition language: Polski
Series: Arfleifðin (#1)
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2.0 Derivative
An enjoyable read, Eragon by Christopher Paolini is derivative. Period. A near plagiarigation of Star Wars, Tolkien and Earthsea in addition to countless other fantasies. One wonders if Paolini is capable of a single original thought in this shameful mockery of the entire fantasy genre. Regardless E...
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4.0 Eragon
This book has been on my to read list for a long time. I finally had time to read it. I liked this story, but parts seemed to drag for me. I also liked the characters in this book. Eragon comes across a blue stone and tries to sell the stone. One night he starts to hit the stone and the stone open...
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3.0 Eragon
3.5 starsThis was a real treat for me. I enjoyed it and will continue the series.
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2.0 Eragon: Too Generic for My Tastes
This review must begin with my admission that I am a middle-aged, white man. My angst ridden teen years a distant memory most days. However, as the proud – and highly stressed, at times – father of several children, I get to relive those dramatic teen days over again through my kids. Something I ten...
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