Gods walk the Realms!
Rising up from the black depths of the Underdark, the drow once more meet the dwarves of Mithral Hall. Bruenor Battlehammer, with Drizzt at his side, won't go down without a fight - but they'll have to fight without Wulfgar or Catti-brie at their sides.
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Never get bored well paced
Yes he is a great reader and hope to find more books by him to enjoy
Will be a story/series I will share with friends and family for years
Loved the story, the only thing that bothered me was the audio mix. I had to set my stereo with negative bass and turn it really high during the softer spoken parts where the narrator was emphasizing emotion. The highs and lows were lacking compression. If you can get passed all this I would recommend it.
Audible allows me to take a vacation not just to exotic places but to exotic galaxy's and realms. for that I am thankful. this is app #1.
Still well worth the credit still classic Salvatore, I just have been in the under datk for too long and am tired of this house and that mother. but there is much more too it. the performance painted a picture as vivid as a HD TV the story was long the way i like Salvatore storys. the lady of Silver gets her hands dirty and shows she just aint another hottie.
Yet again, my favorite author takes us through a tale of near death, consequential love, and the dramatic for the hidden schemes of those involved till just the right moment! Keep up the great work my friend!
It's difficult to review these stories without giving spoilers. Suffice it to say that it was a great coming together of characters with a rather predictable outcome. Saying that the writing was done well and the narrator is easily my favorite and should always narrate Salvatore's books
Develop the story line significantly. Books are supposed to tell stories not just chronicle make believe battles.
Yes, and this one is on par with his other work.
I have enjoyed the other books in this series but found this one lacking. There is little story. Most of the book is about one battle. I found listening to hour upon hour of battle sequences rather boring. Usually the author integrates the battles with the story line and the conflicts tend to move the story along. In other words, normally they are integral to the story. In this book there really is very little story line. One could probably even skip this book and not miss too much.
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