Here Be Dragons

November 22, 2010 at 11:42 am Leave a comment

So everyone wants to know when book 4 of the Inheritance Cycle (aka the Eragon series) will be coming out. The answer is…I don’t know! No one knows. The one thing I can tell you is that the official title/cover have not been announced, so if you see something that says it’s official, it’s not. At least not yet. If you want to know as soon as it becomes official, sign up for updates at the author’s website,

To satisfy your dragon craving until the new Eragon book comes out, give one of these books a try.  Click here for more books on my complete dragon booklist.  

Jason Masters doesn’t believe that dragons take people to another realm as slaves until his own brother is taken and Jason must save him.
Slathbog’s Gold
When 15-year-old orphan Alex Taylor sees an odd sign in a shop window and goes inside to investigate, he’s sent on a quest to defeat an evil dragon.
The Golden Cord
Guardian Drake Bloodstone must protect the village of Cliffton, but his world changes when he must go on a suicidal journey to the lair of the Dragon King.
The Dragons of Darkness
Two boys are thrown together by magic, mayhem, and a common foe as they battle deadly dragons in the wilderness of Nepal.

Entry filed under: authors, book lists, NaBloPoMo10.

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