The Inheritance Almanac an A to Z Guide to the World of Eragon by Mike Macauley
  

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The Inheritance Almanac an A to Z Guide to the World of Eragon by Mike Macauley

Christopher Paolini's internationally bestselling Inheritance series is an undisputed fantasy phenomenon, which has sold millions of copies in dozens of languages around the world, and has sparked the imaginations of countless children and adults. The Inheritance Almanac is a fascinating companion to the series: an A-Z guide to the exciting world of Eragon and Saphira, for both loyal fans and those who are new to these epic adventures. Where did the Dragon Riders, the Ra'Zac and the Dwarves all originally come from? What is the secret of the magic behind Brom's tomb? What is the history behind Roran, Elva, Selena, Angela - and many more? Packed with the intricate details that make this world so real and yet so magical, with hundreds of entries arranged alphabetically, this is the definitive guide to one of the most popular fantasy series of recent years.

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About the Author

Michael Macauley was first inspired to start shurtugal.com when he read Eragon in high school. Since then, his website has become the premier Inheritance fan site and a major source of information for the online fan community. Mike has travelled all over the world to discuss the Inheritance series and has had extensive access to author Christopher Paolini from the beginning. The insider details that he has gathered during his years behind the scenes inspired him to create The Inheritance Almanac. Mike lives in Massachusetts. Visit him at www.shurturgal.com.

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Paperback
224 pages
Interest Age: From 12

Author

Mike Macauley
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Publisher

Doubleday Children's Books an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

4th November 2010

ISBN

9780857530233


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