A few weeks ago, I finished reading Eragon, by Christopher Paolini. Yes, I know he started to write the book when he was 15 years old, but I didn't realize that until after I started reading it, and then I decided to finish reading it anyway. However, despite the fact that in many places it's quite obvious that the book was written by a teenager, such as what I felt was a lack of depth of certain personalities, the book was actually very good. So, I am now about 150 pages into book number two of the trilogy, Eldest. I'm also number 48 in line (which means that it will be 37 years until I receive it) for the third book, Brisingr, at the Boston Public Library. Keep in mind, though, that the main reason I'm reading this series is to fill my magical-power-children's book gap that Harry Potter left until I restart the Harry Potter series.

I know nothing will ever to be able replace Harry Potter, but I can pretend other books can when I'm having Potter withdrawals... that's probably the best way to handle the withdrawal symptoms.

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