I have about 100 pages left in my book and I can't wait to finish it and start the second book. Once Saphira realized they were on the wrong side of the lake, they ran back under the waterfall, but Eragon was pushed into the water by the force of the waterfall. He got pulled out of the water by a person who Eragon soon realized was a dwarf. They went to the other side of the lake and huge stone doors opened in the side of the mountain and Eragon saw Saphira and Murtagh, the latter with a knife pressed to his throat, standing with a mixture of men and dwarves at the entrance to a tunnel. Eragon was about to use magic to free Murtagh, but a tall, bald man told him to stop or Murtagh would die. They went with the people from inside the mountain and were led to an entrance room. The bald man kept interrupting Eragon and the others when they tried to tell him that Arya was dying until the dwarf who pulled Eragon out of the water got mad at him for not realizing that it was the elf Arya who was hurt and needed a healer. Once they realized that, Arya was taken to a healer. The bald man painfully examined Eragon's mind with magic, but Murtagh blocked him out of his mind. The bald man had caused both Eragon and Murtagh pain and Orik, the dwarf that saved Eragon, once again got mad at the bald man, this time for hurting them. Eragon, Murtagh, and Saphira had to stay in the entrance room that night. Eragon asked Murtagh to tell him about he, a child of one of the evil Rider Morzan, had come to hunting the Ra'zac and helping a Rider. Murtagh told Eragon about his life and then they went t sleep. When they woke up, they were taken down a long tunnel, and close to the end, Eragon was allowed to ride Saphira. At the end of the tunnel, Eragon was instructed to ride Saphira slowly down the path in front of him. The doors opened and they saw they were inside a huge volcanic crater. The walls were higher than any dragon could fly. In the center of the crater was a mountain made of marble. It was the city of Tronjheim. Saphira went down the path to the city. When they got there, they saw the mountain, inside and outside, was covered in elaborate carvings, jewels, and decorations. They were led down a hallway to a large cedar door. Everyone filed inside. I love this book so much. The story is so good and when I'm done this book, I'm going to read the next one.