Author has written 9 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, BioShock, Legend of Zelda, Jak and Daxter, Code Lyoko, Gosick/ゴシック, and Gurren Lagann.
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-The Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, including The Hero's of Olympus series
-The Inheritance Cycle
-The Great Tree of Avalon series
-The Sword of Truth series
-The Kane Chronicles
-The Hunger Games trilogy
"Annabeth" I said "What are you talking about? Laistry-what?"
"Laistrygonians. The monsters in the gym. They're a race of giant cannibals who live in the far north.
Odysseus ran into them once, but I've never seen them as far south as New York before."
"Laistry-I can't even say that. What would you call them in English?"
She thought about it for a moment. "Canadians," she decided. - Annabeth Chase, and Percy Jackson - The Sea of Monsters
"Your pretty smug Lord Ares, for a guy who runs from Cupid statues." - Percy Jackson - The Lightning Thief
"With great power, comes the great need to take a nap." - Nico di Angelo - The Last Olympian
"After all, how can a mere dragon expect to tell a man like yourself what to do? In fact, everyone should stand in awe of your brilliance of finding the only dead end." - Saphira to Eragon - Eragon, Inheritance book 1
"That's the problem! I've been choosing male names. You are a she!" - Eragon to Saphira - Eragon, Inheritance book 1
"Keep your offer and tell your master that crows can eat his entrails for all I care!" - Eragon to a group of Urgals - Eragon, Inheritance book 1
"Knowing is independent of being. I did not know you existed before you bumbled in here and ruined my nap. Yet that doesn't mean you weren't real before you woke me." - Solembum to Eragon - Eragon, Inheritance book 1
Angela: "Why? Don't you trust Solembum and me?"
Eragon: "To be honest, no."
Angela: "That's good, you'll live longer." - Angela, and Eragon - Eldest, Inheritance book 2
Angela: "You named your sword fire? Fire? What kind of a boring name is that? You might as well name your sword Blazing Blade and be done with it. Fire indeed. Humph. Wouldn't you have rather named it Sheepbiter or Chrysanthemum Cleaver or something else with imagination?"
Eragon: "I already have one Sheepbiter here, why would I need another?"
Angela: "So You're not entirely devoid of wit after all! There might be hope for you."
Saphira: "Be careful whom you call Sheepbiter, Eragon, or you might get bitten yourself."
Eragon: "Yes Saphira." - Eragon, Angela, and Saphira - Brisingr, Inheritance book 3
"You courted her, then? Aside from using me to ferry
compliments to Katrina, how else did you proceed?
"You ask like one who seeks instruction."
"I did not. You're imagining-"
"Come now, yourself," said Roran. "I know when you're lying. You get that big foolish grin,
and your ears turn red. The elves may have
given you a new face, but that part of you hasn't
changed. What is it that exists between you and Arya?"
The strength of Roran's perception disturbed
Eragon. "Nothing! The moon has addled your brain."
"Be honest. You dote upon her words as if
each one were a diamond, and your gaze lingers
upon her as if you were starving and she a
grand feast arrayed an inch beyond your reach."
A plume of dark gray smoke erupted
from Saphira's nostrils as she made a choking-like
Eragon ignored her suppressed merriment and
said, "Arya is an elf."
"And very beautiful. Pointed ears and slanted
eyes are small flaws when compared with her
charms. You look like a cat yourself now."
"Arya is over a hundred years old."
That particular piece of information caught
Roran by surprise; his eyebrows went up, and
he said, "I find that hard to believe! She's in the
prime of her youth."
Well, be that as it may, these are reasons you
give me, Eragon, and heart rarely listens to
reason. Do you fancy her or not?"
"If he fancied her any more," Saphira said to both
of them. "I'd be trying to kiss Arya
"Saphira!" - Eragon, Roran, and Saphira - Brisingr, Inheritance book 3 p. 36-37