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    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2016 edited

    yes, the one and only The.

    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2017 edited

    For those of you who haven’t seen yet, there’s an Official Eragon Coloring Book

    It features “more than forty pieces of artwork” across only 96 pages (It’s true! A colouring book where more than half the pages aren’t colourable!), and the Amazon blurb reads as follows:

    Immerse yourself in Christopher Paolini’s land of AlagaĆ«sia in this captivating Eragon coloring book that features more than forty pieces of brand-new, exclusive art from award-winning fantasy illustrator Ciruelo, with perforated pages that allow you to easily remove your favorite images for bulletin boards or frames.

    From the quiet dignity of Eragon to the strength of Roran, from the majestic heights of the Beor Mountains to the somber beauty of Brom’s tomb, the world of Eragon is at your fingertips. Filled with heroes and villains, mountains and deserts, AlagaĆ«sia is an unforgettable place, with surprises around every corner. Complemented by memorable quotes from the internationally bestselling Inheritance Cycle, this book offers you a chance to personalize the world that’s always been so vivid in your mind’s eye.



    To be fair the pictures could be across two pages. :P

    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2017

    not if you’re meant to be able to pull them out and frame them.

    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2017
    A wild Paolini appears

    San Diego Comic Con. I may not appreciate his stories per se, but I do appreciate that he defends classical fantasy. I get a little annoyed with a lot of panelists that like to throw Tolkien and Tolkien-esque fantasy under the bus.
    • CommentTimeNov 4th 2018
    This community has faded and the AS Livejournal seems to have had a falling out :(
    But it seems there is some new content after all these years.

    A collection of short stories perhaps?
    • CommentAuthorDave
    • CommentTimeDec 29th 2018

    FWIW the AS LiveJournal did see a migration over to Dreamwidth