This is a tough book. It sets the scene for a major change in a really fun area to read about in Faerun. I read this series years ago and I am revisiting it via Audible. Not the best book in the series, but it sets the scene. If you can make it through this book, the ones that follow are really good.
Intriguing Ruthless entertaining
Final climax battle
No but really like her reading giving charters differnt voices and so forth
Really enjoyed the book will get next in series
EVERYDAY IS A MONDAY
drows other then drizzt and jarlaxle. I find that it still follows the important hierarchy of mensobenzeran but putting the spot light on smaller houses make the story unique.
5 all the way. It has no weakness
The mage. He pokes it up ever ones but, with sly remarks & gets away with it, most of the time.
All the magic fights were good.
Trial of the Spider Queen.
Not one particular scene. I enjoyed the Rild and Feron storyline.
the other two storylines - Gromph vs Quenthal and the Ched Nasad ambassador.
The final battle was a little anti-climactic. I would have preferred the victory over the insurgents to be less complete.
I am actually looking forward to the expedition to ched nasad. but 1/3 of the story was fun. the rest was superfluous.
The book is a typical action-adventure, pulp fantasy, set in the Underdark of the Forgotten Realms. That said, it is an excellent representative of said genre. Unfortumately the narration fails to deliver
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Loved the characters and the setup for the party to go on a grand adventure. If you like the Underdark this book is for you.