once one get's by the names of people, places, and things it's a great book...
the mystery of Drizzt's past
Drizzt was my favorite
I could not say... "Neverwinter's Drizzt after marriage"
other then the names, hard to pronounce and keep track, of just because of the obscurity of the names but the stories inside are wonderful and with the additional of friends and small pinholes glimpse to Drizzt's history is exciting...
It wasn't to bad a way to explain what a person goes through when they leave home to go fight and kill in a place that is completely different from where they grew up/lived. For those who will Never leave there warm beds or have a true family. Keeping in mind that as the author explained, safety is just a fantasy we all create in our own heads...
I'd put it in the top 10.
His continuing arguments with Crow.
Yes, and I think he does a great job.
Starforce Marines: Thinning the Herd.
I have been joyed with how this series is easy for me to relate to the characters. It has made this one of my favorite series for this.
I was transfixed by the end of chapter 1. The storey was so wistful I could go, freeing my mind of this world and traveling to barssom with Mr. Carter. The narrator was wonderful with matching the tempo and spirit of the book.
I couldn't narrow it down to just one moment, however I will attempt to adequately explain. John Carter has a nak for getting himself into trouble and dragging his friends into it with him. He also has a nak for an amazing escape, get himself and all of his self proclaimed charges back out of trouble plus making everything right in the process.
I think his name is Targ, his ever faithful and trusting friend. Hoo, on his Owen chose follows John Carter through any and every calamity that John Carter is able to forge into being, just from his in ability to control himself when someone is being wronged. Especially if that someone is a beautiful women.
Freedom of a Marsion and human slave.
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