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3 Reddit comments about Inheritance: Book IV (Inheritance Cycle):

u/Intact · 1 pointr/RandomKindness

I would really love a copy of Inheritance, by Christopher Paolini. I haven't read it yet and although I feel the series really took a bad turn, I'm optimistic for the final book, especially given how long it was in the works. If you've got something against Paolini, however, I'd be just as happy to receive The Lies of Locke Lamora/Red Seas Under Red Skies, The Name of The Wind/The Wise Man's Fear, or A Storm of Swords/A Feast for Crows. Hardcover preferred :)

These are all books I've either yet to read or have read and dearly loved. I've only just recently gotten into the habit of buying books (as opposed to getting them from the library) and, well, it's sort of addicting. Not so good for my wallet, especially as a college student.

For any of you at home reading along, I urge you to Locke Lamora and The Name of the Wind. Amazing, amazing reads.

u/jello_aka_aron · 1 pointr/books

4th Eragon book just came out, that's an obvious choice but since you called it a trilogy I thought I'd mention it. Since the YA stuff is mixed in there she might like the Tiffany Aching stuff from Pratchett. Incarceron is pretty well liked, as is Leviathan.