Today marks the on-sale day for the new and very limited 10th Anniversary Collector’s Edition of Eragon! The book, which is currently available in North America only, has been released in Collector’s Edition form to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the publication of Eragon! The book is a one-of-a-kind, extremely limited Collector’s Edition bound in blue faux-leather and will feature an entirely new gold-foil line art cover by artist Ciruelo Cabral.
The Collector’s Edition will also feature six glossy, full-color original illustrations by award-winning artists John Jude Palencar (original artist of the Inheritance Cycle book covers), Michael Hague, Donato Giancola, Ciruelo Cabral, and Raoule Vitale, as well as Christopher Paolini himself.
You can learn more about the book and view artwork from the artists featured in the Collector’s Edition on our official 10th Anniversary page!
To help celebrate the book’s release, we’re giving away three signed copies of the Collector’s Edition of Eragon!
To enter, simply be a resident of North America (sorry, international fans) and follow the directions below. Every fan will automatically receive one entry by entering via email below, with the option to gain additional entries into the raffle by following us on Facebook and Twitter, and tweeting about Shur’tugal being back! (If you’ve already “Liked” us on Facebook and “followed” us on Twitter, be sure to click those options in the giveaway boxes so that you still receive your bonus entries!)
Enter quick, as the giveaways are set to close at October 28th at 11:59pm EST!
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Our winners will be announced in this post on October 29th!
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