My favourite Quotes from The Fork, The Witch and The Worm.

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 AlagaΓ«sia.

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!

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  1. Francis Gradient 18th January 2019 at 2:35 pm

    Faint chirping of birds, cloudy weather and piercing through them the golden rays of sunshine. I had a morning with a fresh start and a notification popped up into my phone adding radiance to my day. I read the post closely with all the memories of my partially completed adventure……. “Ahh…. No Spoilers😊”. I read it again and again….. I totally loved the quotes…. and the post.

    Starting with the story of a little girl with an unexpected character introduction. The adventure was filled with surprises and nostalgia.

    The one character who picked my interest is, Angela. As you said she has always been the mysterious and quirky one. This book has shown a totally different perspective to her character, that the Inheritance Cycle never did. We actually get to know what she thinks and how she evaluates a situation. Well there are many many things about Angela which were probably answered in this book but not all. I wish Christopher Paolini includes a volume which gives a brief account on her mysterious journeys and her origins.

    The Urgal legends were surprisingly awesome filled with nostalgic creatures and fights. The bravery and determination of Ilgra was beyond comprehension.

    Ohhh… I forgot the protagonist…. Eragon. He seemed matured and responsible no more reckless and foolish, on the other hand our Sapphira is same as usual proud, majestic, elegant and caring.

    I loved the 7th quote apprised by Angela. “Its not that the task is beyond me,but some tasks are best accomplished with more than one set of hands.”

    Though my journey is incomplete but I don’t want the vibes to end when its finally complete. I’ll be waiting for the next volume to release.

    1. Aejal D. Patel 21st January 2019 at 10:47 am

      I am also eagerly waiting for Volume 2. Hope we see more of Angela in the next one!
      Thank you for taking time to comment.

  2. Pallavi D. Patel 18th January 2019 at 7:56 pm

    I haven’t read this book yet, but having quotes from our familiar characters fills me with warm happy feelings.

    I still remember discovering Eragon…falling in love with it and then learning that it is a series! And now inheritance cycle is one of my favourite fantasy series.πŸ“š

    And when I passed Eragon to you, didn’t I tell that you will love Angela?

    All the quotes are wonderful …but my favorite one is: “I have questions.” “Then you have more wisdom than most”.

    I am looking forward to reading this book.πŸ“ƒ

    Thanks for writing this post. Gracias.πŸ˜‡πŸŽ‹

    1. Aejal D. Patel 21st January 2019 at 10:44 am

      Yes, Angela was the sole reason I read Eragon. Now I have more than one reason to keep reading it.
      I am happy to share my thoughts here.

  3. Parimal Bakrola 18th January 2019 at 7:56 pm

    Books are where i want to belong to as well.
    I Love all the quotes and the titles that went with them.
    “I have questions” was one of my Favorites. And its never too late even for Grown ups to start asking questions, however silly they may be !
    Take Newton for Example πŸ˜ƒ

    1. Aejal D. Patel 25th January 2019 at 10:26 am

      Newton is a great example.I am glad you liked all the quotes. 😊

  4. Amanda P. 11th February 2019 at 11:37 am

    Absolutely loved this post, Aejal!

    I read a lots of reviews and blog posts depicting this fabulous book. I have been a fan of Christopher’s works and you’ve portrayed the quotes very well. I haven’t read the book yet hence I’ve been asking the bloggers, Is the book worth reading? Will it dissapoint me? Is it a sequel to the Inheritance Series?

    Thanks a lot. I’m waiting for your response.

    1. Aejal D. Patel 12th February 2019 at 8:15 pm

      I am glad you loved the post.
      From my point of view the book was worth my time and was an interesting read. The book is not exactly a sequel to the inheritance cycle but a collection of three different stories. Every reader has a different point of view, you might want to read a few chapters and then decide how you feel about it.
      Thank You for taking time to comment!

      1. Amanda P. 20th February 2019 at 5:08 pm

        I bought the book and read it. Altogether as you described, the books is interesting. Your opinion was valuable, and thank you for the response.

        This blog is lovely though this is the only post written by you. I had my eyes on other post written by Pallavi. They are great. This blog has good audience, keep it up girls. Farewell!

  5. Hitesh 2nd July 2019 at 8:12 pm

    To be honest I am not into reading stuff especially *(maybe i will in nearby future) but the quotes were so good and some of them I can relate it.You are really a good reader and the way you write review,it must be helpful to so many.Really happy for you 😘

    1. Pallavi D. Patel 7th July 2019 at 12:13 pm

      Well, the whole point of this blog is to encourage reading. So the day you pick a book and fall in love with it, we will consider it mission accomplished!😎

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