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Inheritance Cycle 4 Book Boxed Set

Christopher Paolini

Hardback

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Inheritance Cycle 4 Book Boxed Set

Synopsis

At last, Christopher Paolini's epic and bestselling Inheritance cycle is complete. This deluxe hardback collection tells the complete saga of the Rider Eragon, his dragon Saphira, and their epic struggle against Galbatorix. Re-experience the magical tale from its very beginning, and discover the thrilling conclusion in the long-anticipated final volume. This box set comprises of hardback editions of Eragon , Eldest , Brisingr and Inheritance , and together they form the ultimate collection of one of the most spectacularly successful and beloved fantasy stories of our time.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780857531407
Category:
Fantasy & Magical Realism
Format:
Hardback
Publication Date:
2011-11-08
Series:
Inheritance Cycle Ser.
Publisher:
Doubleday Children's Books
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Pages:
1952
Dimensions (mm):
249x210x166mm
Weight:
5105g
Interest age: from c 12 years

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