In the final book of the number-four New York Times best-selling Neverwinter saga, Drizzt Do’Urden navigates a winding path littered with secrets and lies. Tangled up in his companion Dahlia’s dark secrets, the ties that once held her close to Drizzt threaten to tear as her bonds to his former foe, Artemis Entreri, continue to grow.
Meanwhile, in the caverns of Gauntlgrym, the drow Tiago Baenre enlists the help of Bregan D’aerthe in his quest to destroy Drizzt. While making promises they may not keep, the agents of the elite drow mercenary group hide plans of their own. Determined to stand for what’s right in the Realms once again, Drizzt forges a new road north - toward Icewind Dale. Will his new companions follow? Can he fight the darkness alone? Either way, he knows now where he’s headed - back to the only place that’s ever felt like home.
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Just love the characters and they keep getting better ... Please keep them coming Mr Salvatore ..... more more more I tell you!!!
Trying to review without giving away spoilers. All I'm going to say in relation to this book is: if you are considering reading this book, do read, you won't be disappointed. But it is the end of the Neverwinter series, and the end of that particular series which began with Homeland. There are other Drizzt books, but this is the end of that series. No other way to explain it.
Now for a real review and opinions. Navigate away now if you don't want to know what's coming.
This book left more questions than answers.
Also my most disliked character, the emotionally abusive PTSD she-elf, lives. I like to think Entreri succeeds where Drizzd did not. I'm glad to know the series goes on and the Companions of the Hall are reunited. reading on now!
I came this far in the series to not continue on, although i was disappointed in the last book. This one continues on to delve in to Drizzt's feelings too much for my liking and leaves several loose ends. I think he tried to make it seem like the noose was closing in around him, but I never got that feeling, only felt like a good fight was coming that never happened. Wraps everything up "pretty good" in the end.
It was not his best effort but even so it's a great book. I don't agree with the comments some made about Victor Bevine, but I have had my share of narrators I have disliked in the past. I don't need all the character voices like some. His voice is as familiar and comfortable to me as any of Drizzt's adventures and I would have a hard time separating the two.
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