Christopher Paolini

10 Christopher Paolini Recommended Books

Christopher Paolini is an American author best known for his Inheritance Cycle series. Paolini was born in 1983 in Southern California, and began writing the first book of the series, Eragon, at the age of 15. His debut novel was published in 2002, and the series has since been adapted into a major motion picture.

10 Books recommended by Christopher Paolini

Uprooted

Uprooted

A Novel

Author :Naomi Novik

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"This book. This book is EXCELLENT. Really enjoyed it." - Christopher Paolini [Source]

A Universe from Nothing

A Universe from Nothing

Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing

Author :Lawrence M. Krauss

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"Good book. Some interesting ideas. Would like to see an updated version now that CERN has basically disproven supersymmetry." - Christopher Paolini [Source]

Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher

Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher

A Magic Shop Book

Author :Bruce Coville

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"I loved [this book]." - Christopher Paolini [Source]

Cinders and Sparrows

Cinders and Sparrows

Author :Stefan Bachmann

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"Lovely prose and cool world!" - Christopher Paolini [Source]

The Martian

The Martian

A Novel

Author :Andy Weir

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"Enjoyed the book." - Christopher Paolini [Source]

FAQs

Q1: What books does Christopher Paolini recommend?

Christopher Paolini recommends books such as The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, The Odyssey by Homer, The Iliad by Homer, and The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis.

Christopher Paolini values books with an immersive story-world that will draw readers in, and a clear message or thematic arc that gives the book meaning and purpose. He also loves classic literature due to their timeless nature and ability to speak to readers generation after generation.

Christopher Paolini encourages readers to explore a wide range of genres from fantasy to classics. Additionally, he recommends looking towards different eras for reading materials, such as books written during the Renaissance or other earlier periods.

Christopher Paolini also recommends books such as The Color of Magic by Terry Pratchett, American Gods by Neil Gaiman, and The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, among others.

In addition to reading, Christopher Paolini recommends activities such as journaling, exploring the outdoors, attending events and conventions, and engaging in conversations with family, friends, and strangers. He believes that broadening one’s horizons through these activities can help to inform and enrich the reading experience.