In the third book of the number-four New York Times best-selling Neverwinter saga, Drizzt draws his swords once more to aid his friends. His lover, Dahlia Sin’felle, can speak of nothing but the moment she will face the Netherese lord Herzgo Alegni once again. Drizzt has already followed a trail of vengeance beside Dahlia. Can he justify one more battle to settle a grudge he does not understand?
Artemis Entreri too seeks vengeance. He offers to aid Dahlia in her mission to destroy Alegni. But Charon’s Claw, Alegni’s sentient sword, dominates Entreri’s movements - if not his mind. And then there’s the way Entreri looks at Dahlia. Can Drizzt trust his old foe?
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Wow...R.A. Salvatore does it again! All of his books are so consistently great! And, it is so awesome to have Entreri back in the game adventuring with our favorite hero Drizzt. A real blast from the past and such a fun character. If you have read the other two, read this one! I truly enjoyed this book and look forward to the next one in the series.
Nothing it was a great book in a great series or books.
none it stands miles above the rest
His great storey telling that keeps you wanting more
Good books! just frustrated at audible and reader for not making it obvious which book is next.
A very good tale with a great deal of character development, intrigue and action. It felt like Salvatore returned to the snappy and engaging stories of the dark elf trilogy but with the skill and excitement of his characters lengthy history. The entreri, drizzt and dahlia triangle was a great ensemble while alegni and charon's clae have become memorable villains. victor's readings were well done though a few basic words like 'bade' and 'lived' were poorly pronounced.
Fantasy Novels 4 Life
Amazing amazing amazing
The whole thing
Drizzt is the man
Thank you ra and audible
i would recommend reading it yourself. a decent book (though definitely not salvatore's best) if you can ignore the different format than all his other Drizzt books (a lot of jumping around, bunny trails that get forgotten about, a denoumont that seems to last forever), but the series does at least have an ending, and there are many good parts. i feel the need to campaign against every audio book that is read by Victor Bevine, though. every book of his has me gritting my teeth, rolling my eyes, & taking deep breaths to calm my agitation. this idiot not only mispronounces a few common words (that are frequently used), but his voices for almost all the the numerous characters is the same talentless ridiculous attempt: the stereotypical big dumb henchman. yeah, that doesn't work for most of the characters... at all. sometimes he really pours it on, and i literally have to stop whatever it is i am doing to either laugh out loud or clench my fists in irritation. and what he really does the worst is try to sound out laughter. "bwahahaha" is NOT, I REPEAT NOT MEANT TO BE PRONOUNCED LIKE AN EXOTIC FIRST NAME. AND "bah" is NOT MEANT TO BE USED LIKE THE TITLE "mom". how wonderful it is, then, that Salvatore uses those two iterations CONSTANTLY THROUGHOUT THE LAST 7 BOOKS!!! AND WE HAVE TO SUFFER THROUGH THIS IMBECILE HACK as he murders almost every bit of character dialogue in the entire series!!! WHO KEEPS HIRING THIS GUY?!?!?! STOP!!! listen to some of his work, first. he DOES have a great speaking voice, when he is just reading the action, so he would make a great narrator for a romance novel, perhaps, but not for anything fantasy or sci-fi, or anything that has unusual or boisterous character work.
The narrator for this audio series is bland. It sets my teeth on edge to listen to him attempt voices and try to sound natural. It sounds very much as though he doesn't care for what he is reading and is uncomfortable with the amount of weird, nerdy words he has to pronounce.
I will not be downloading any books that this narrator has done ever again.
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