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This stunning new release of the classic R.A. Salvatore novel recounts the origins of Salvatore's signature dark elf character, Drizzt Do'Urden. This title kicks off The Legend of Drizzt series, which will showcase the classic dark elf novels in these new audiobook editions.

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GREAT!

The story is amazing it really makes you feel like you're looking into another world!!

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I owe this book a lot

There is only one reason I love reading as much as I do today. When I was young, Harry Potter didn't thrill me, not because of my Christian faith or any misguided belief in it being evil, I simply could not get into the story (after I watched the second movie, I love them). I never thought I'd enjoy reading at all until my older sister got this trilogy for her birthday. She recommended it to my mom who in turn recommended it to me and I read this sweeping narrative about a good person (well, elf) trying to learn of his place in his society and for a friendless seventh grader that story grabbed and held me like nothing else was able to.
I wish Salvatore would write a book or three about Zak and Jarlaxle, in a society where friendship is spurned and mistrust is the norm, I'd love to learn how those two became friends.

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A must for D&D fans

This book was very fun to listen to. If you are a fan of D&D then you will surely enjoy. I don't understand the hate for Drizzt within the community, he's a likable character, just a bit OP at times I suppose.

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good story, narrator was lacking some

the story was good like any Salvatore novel. it was good to hear of dritz beginnings. however the narrator was just okay some parts he was Extremely Loud other parts soft kept finding myself have to change my volume over and over. his overall performance was okay.

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Excellent story - mediocre narration

Great story, this audio book would benefit from ambience and sound effects similar to that utilized in the Darth Bane trilogy. The narration is good, nothing exciting, nothing that separates itself from the run of the mill narrators.

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I always love this series

Narration was beautiful and went well with the story. R. A. Salvatore is one of my favourites of all time

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loved every suspenseful second

love it so much to bad i have to wait a month for the next

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Awesome story!

Enjoyed the book a lot. The story was very in depth and it starts out a little crazy and not knowing what is going on, but it slows down enough for you to finally understand what is going on and then that is where you get stuck. Can't wait to listen to the other 11 in the series! The reader is also very versatile in having different voices for all the characters so you can tell who is who.

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Glad to have read it but didn't love the process

Where does Homeland rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I love the set up of the character and intresting world but the plot points and pacing seemed like an old episode of Hercules or Xena. Although I loved Herc and Xena the plot wasn't exactly its strong suit...same here. I used a free credit and I'm glad I read it but not sure I would have spent $20 on it normally.

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An awesome D&D story

Anyone who knows anything about the forgotten realms knows about Drizzt, ranger extraordinaire.

This Drizzt's story about how he grew up in the dark elves home and his struggle to understand himself.