I don't know if Paolini will get to it, but is seems to me Arya is softning a bit toward Eragon. I think when Eragon first approached her it was too soon after her imprisonment and Faolin's death. (maybe?) They seem to be closer, but then Arya tends to pull away, so I just don't know. It would be nice if Eragon could have some happiness. He is so lonely with just Saphira.
Yes of course their going to get together. Grant it the thought makes me ill. The relationship is just not believable and seems extremely forced, imo.
Though Arya is kinder and shows more affection to Eragon in book 3 it seems like a 160 when you look at the small amount of time that passed (the book opens up 4 days after the battle at the end of book 2) since book 2 and how she was towards him in that book.
Urm, isn't this book geared towards little children? "You know, kids, have you ever wondered what happens when an elf and a human get together in bed in a boring book? Do you want to know? Well, for 16.99....." Uh, no.
Joe Said:judging on the gobbets of flesh and stuff flying all over the place, I'm thinking not anymore.
I know. I started this series and told my aunt how great it was,and that my ten year old cousin should read it but I finished this one and told her she needed to hold off for a while. I definately think it is no longer a kids book and more a teen and over book. I loved it, with exception to the gore, and thought it was great.