This title is the third and final book in the latest trilogy from R. A. Salvatore, which once again features his popular dark elf character Drizzt Do’Urden™. The original release of this title had the highest debut ever on The New York Times best seller list for a Salvatore title with Wizards of the Coast at number four. The title stayed in the top 20 for five weeks. Both of the previous titles in the series were also New York Times best sellers upon hardcover release, and the first title, The Thousand Orcs, hit the list upon mass-market release as well.
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I love how Victor Bevine reads the story. How his tempo of reading gets faster with intense action and quieter when there are more intimate conversations. I've only listened to one other guy that was that capable of a reader to be able to do that. It makes the story come alive more in your imagination. It's fantastic. Plus obviously the story is amazing just like everyone other book with the same characters in it.
For decades we’ve all been reading about Drizzt Do'Urden and from the beginning we knew he was different from other elves especially because he left his people before he was 100 years old. In the terms of Elves this makes him a child and not wise in the way of the longer lived races of the Forgotten Realms. Now is the time for those lessons and where else to learn them? When your life has sunken so low it can’t go any further down.
In this book the author finishes the training Drizzt didn’t receive having left his people too early as well as ends this war! Or does he? I really enjoyed the lessons Drizzt learns throughout this series as they can be translated into our own lives. Lets see where it can go from here.
can you believe it 3 or more battles wjth the famed driw ranger and a certain orc still lives? well we shall see how the orc campaign goes next tine
You wouldn't be reading this book unless you have read the others in the series. Salvatore continues to enchant the reader with excellent characters and writing. I recommend this book.
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