If you, like several in our family, are expectantly awaiting the publication of Christopher Paolini‘s third book in the Inheritance series, Brisinger, (due to be published this Saturday here in the U.S.) you might find The Inheritance Wiki interesting. Alexander and I found the speculation section particularly thought provoking.
The website Shur’tugal also includes some interesting speculation on its page “What’s To Come in Brisingr and Beyond.”
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