The Inheritance Cycle Book Club is a podcast-styled read-through of Eragon, Eldest, and Brisingr aimed at refreshing fans and entertaining new readers as we venture toward the release of Inheritance. Each of the twenty episodes will discuss set portions of the books, in order, and will tackle the events of each reading, theories arising from the reading, and more. Join us for our adventure through the series!
Episode thirteen marks the beginning of BRISINGR the final released novel in the series… which means that INHERITANCE is getting really close! The thirteenth installment of Shurtugal.com’s Inheritance Cycle Book Club Podcast has finally arrived! Our latest episode tackles the first several chapters from Brisingr, discussing the important events of this week’s set of reading. Join us as we discuss the Roran and Eragon’s Amazing Helgrind AdventureTM, including the death of the Ra’zac, Katrina’s rescue, and Eragon’s secret side mission! Plus we tackle some fantastic fan questions and theories related to this section in our spoiler section at the end of the podcast. Be sure to read along as we read through all three books over the next twenty weeks
Don’t forget that we’ve “hidden” a secret word in each episode of the Book Club. Collect all twenty words for a shot at an incredible grand prize, as well as many more runners-up prizes to be revealed in the coming weeks!
Shurtugal.com Presents: The Inheritance Cycle Book Club, Episode Thirteen:
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Brief Outline for “Shurtugal.com Presents: The Inheritance Cycle Book Club, Episode Thirteen”:
- Introduction! Your hosts are Mike Macauley (Shur’tugal, Lytherus, The Inheritance Almanac), Lauren Zurchin (Lytherus),Chris Addison (Shur’tugal), and special guest Helen Beddis (Theory Expert)
- Lauren was trapped on top of a mountain by a wild herd of
goatsbighorn sheep in Montana but she survived and is back!
- Eragon and Roran begin to act like brothers again
- The duo saves Katrina and kills the Ra’zac (with help from Saphira, of course)
- Eragon secretly saves Sloan and “punishes” him
- Hosts discuss some observations from this reading — facts to keep in mind going forward
- We give this week’s sweepstakes word! (Yes, Mike remembered!)
- We want your feedback!
- The spoiler-free portion of the show ends with a spoiler warning as we begin to discuss our spoiler-ridden theories!
- End of episode thirteen!
Episode Fourteen of the Inheritance Book Club will release on September 23rd! Please be sure to read “Trial of the Long Knives” through “Mercy, Dragon Rider”, stop when you hit “Shadows of the Past”!
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