June 2010 Books

Along with trying to run a business, read the newspaper everyday and catch up with a few magazines, I also managed to finish one long novel in June. I'm halfway through another novel, so will hopefully have more to report for July!

11) Brisingr - Christopher Paolini (June 18, 2010)
The story of Eragon picks up where the last novel left off. It's an exciting story and quite a good example of fantasy writing. I had problems with the use of "dove" as the past tense of dive, but apart from that it was enjoyable. It's the third novel in a series of four. Probably not worth picking up by itself, but if you've read the other novels it's an entertaining way to spend a few days.

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