I believe that books are the best things to invest your time in.
Reading always takes me to places, on thrilling adventures to unknown lands, and yet not fail to make me feel at home.
Reading also takes me to well acquainted settings with distinct stories giving an altogether experience of ultimate novelty.
Books are where I want to belong to.
I began the year by reading ‘The Fork, The Witch and The Worm’ by Christopher Paolini and it has been quite an exciting journey.
If I took a reading challenge this book would come under ‘A book from the author you love’.
Just like any other ardent reader,I wanted to finish this book as soon as I laid my hands on it and yet never wanted it to end.
Just like Paolini says ‘Reading about Eragon and Saphira after so many years was like returning home after a long journey.’
I met a few old friends and made some new ones inspite of the book being very small as compared to other Paolini books.
The tales revolve around Eragon’s growth, Ilgra’s vengeance, Angela’s adventures and travels and much more.
The witch part grasped all my attention and left me even more curious.
The author also heed to our complains that we never get enough of the herbalist. She is as quirky and mysterious as ever!
Here are my Favourite Quotes from the book.
1) Saphira always has wise things to say.
2) The infiniteness of Faith.
3) Eragon’s lesson learned.
4) Don’t lose the little, yet the inevitable in the pursuit of grand and avertable.
5) Word is power. Beware how you use them.
6) Between the dead yesterday and unborn tomorrow, let us live a little more today.
7) Teamwork comprises of both: Knowledge and wisdom.
8) What if you could get lost in time and never be found again?
9) From the one of Many Names.
10) Every growing up child should be told this.
11) A lesson worth learning!
This is all from Tales of Alagaësia.
To every Inheritance fan out there, go grab this book now or atleast add it to your reading list.
Tell me about your favourite moments and quotes from the book. Share your thoughts in the comment sections.
“May good fortune rule over you”.Happy reading! Farewell!