Brisingr (Ciclo da Herança, #3)

Brisingr (Ciclo da Herança, #3) - Christopher Paolini, Leonor Bizarro Marques Amazing book! I cried so badly in the end, when Oromis and Glaedr died... :c
I'm just waiting on Inheritance now. It's going to be a blast! Maybe the best book of the series., who knows?

Anyway, I'm still grieving for Eragon and Saphira's Masters and I feel a desperate need of revenge on Murtagh, Thorn and Galbatorix. Luckily, Eragon still has Glaedr's Eldunarí, so he might be able to advise them on what's to come. Die, Galbatorix! Die, Murtagh! Die, Thorn! I stopped feeling sorry for those two when they killed Hrothgar, Oromis and Glaedr! Traitors!

I know, I'm a bit excited about this, but the Inheritance Cycle is definitely overwhelming and highly addictive. I can't help but to dive completely in the story. I love Christopher Paolini, for real! I mean, how could he invent those completely different languages out of nothing? That takes a lot of creativity, you know... o.o