R. A. Salvatore's New York Times best-selling novel! Drizzt DoUrden has forsaken his subterranean home for the harsh unknown of the surface. The young warrior begins a sojourn through a world utterly unlike his own - and finds that acceptance among the surface-dwellers will only come at a great price....
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Victor Bevine is an amazing narrator. Unfortunately, I think this is the weakest of Salvatore's work ( I started with the ice wind dale trilogy which I loved). Too much time spent in Drizzts internal conflicts. This book felt small, as if the whole thing occurred within a 10 mile radius and in a boring neighborhood complete with real animals like owls, bears, skunks, and rabbits.
This third book of the dark elf trilogy is both intriguing and at the same time heartwarming. Through the ups and downs of the main characters trials you find yourself wondering what could happen to him next. The author did a wonderful job and wrapping in this Trilogy up. I really wish it was more than just three books long.
A better plot.
First 25% of the book, then goes quickly downhill
Roddy McGrissle. Everything about him is lame, including his ridiculous name.
Skip this book, if you liked the first 2.
Im not an author but I personally felt that although the story compliments the two previous installments, Sojourn seemed a little lackluster. There are a lot of colorful characters and several memorable encounters in the book, but I just felt that it was a little rushed and perhaps there were too many different things going on in the story. This is just my opinion, I enjoy Mr.Salvatores stories very much. Theres a posibility that maybe I just didnt want the story to end. :)
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