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The Underdark. A place of brooding darkness, where no shadows exist, and where Drizzt Do'Urden does not wish to go. The noble dark elf must return there, though, he must go back to find his friends in the gnome city of Blingdenstone, and on to Menzoberranzan, the city of drow. Only then can Drizzt discern what perils might reach out from that dark place to threaten his friends in Mithril Hall.

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No better author and no better narrator.

This series is great. Unfortunately the narrator is so good that any author narrator for RA Salvatore's stories sounds terrible by comparison

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awesomeness

whay an outstanding set. i would recommend this set to anyone. well done audible team

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Awesome

An on the edge of your seat action mixed with all the emotions you expect! Great story. A must own for your collection if you love fantasy.

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Awesome!

What made the experience of listening to Starless Night the most enjoyable?

All Drizzt stories that happens in context of the drow city and in the under dark shine far above the surface tales of previous book!All books were very, very good, but the first 2 and this one are amazing, in the under dark the stories are totally awesome! I particularly enjoyed the Machiavelli politics and intrigues of the management of that dark city and its dark magic.

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a freaking mazing book, well worth the listen.

R.A. Salvatore is a great writer who wraps 9ntp the story of Drizzt completely. I cannot imagine anybody else beside Victor Bevine voicing the deep and rich characters.

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Great book!

As always, Victor Bevine was awesome. As far as the storyline..it was amazing! Woot woot Drizzt!

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Perfection I wish it was always this good

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

The top of this with the rest of the drizzt saga

What did you like best about this story?

Love the whole storyline

Which character – as performed by Victor Bevine – was your favorite?

Drizzt is the man

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Money maker love it

Any additional comments?

Pathans you ra and audible

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Couldn’t stop listening!

Love the characters and story. Narrator is top notch and I could swear he’s multiple people. Where can I get me a scimitar?!

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phenomenal story, the v.a. needs work.

the gent narrating sounds like he has a mouthful of spit or cottonballs. very thick and fuzzy syllables and often difficult to understand. I found the vocals jarring and forced at points, especially the semi Scottish accensts of the dwarves people. his dramatic interpretations are theatric, but hard to understand. I had to reqind more than I wished to get certain areas and found it hard to get over the full cottony thick way he speaks.

the story itself is another phenomenal piece by Salvatore. absolutely glorious his transition from the demolished friends and heartbroken group to the battle at hand.

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Something about Menzoberranzan

I am continually amazed that R.A. Salvatore can keep coming up with interesting new plot lines for the Legend of Drizzt series. I think this is the eighth one I have listened to, and they are all great. And yes, those that happen in the Drow city of Menzoberranzan do seem to be in many ways the best. Something about that place, lighted by fairy light and home to so much backstabbing and intrigue among the various noble houses, is just deliciously spooky.

In this story, Drizzt, feeling that he was personally responsible for the attack on Mithril Hall chronicled in the previous book, The Legacy, decides that he must return to Menzoberranzon to somehow keep the Drow armies from coming back for him again. Cattie-Brie finds out where he has gone and determines to follow him – lucky for Drizzt.

Cattie-Brie makes a deal with Artemis Entreri, who, surprisingly, isn’t dead after all. Instead, he is working with the mercenary Jarlaxle. In exchange for his help in freeing Drizzt (who by this time is being tortured in anticipation of his being offered to Loth), she will help him return to the surface.

My only complaint about Victor Bevine’s narration is that sometimes when he is speaking as Drizzt, who is a generally soft-spoken character, unlike almost everyone else in the story, or when he is telling some easily overlooked and almost secret detail that will eventually prove to be the undoing of one of the bad guys, it is difficult to hear him over any extraneous environmental noise such as running water.

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  • Abdullmm
  • 12-01-13

enchanting

As always, this is an excellent book from a master story teller. I just can help going through all the books in the series. The narration is in a class of its own. Good character distinction always. Bravo to Victor Bevine

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  • Slug
  • 11-01-15

Great!

Great story great writing great production great narration great characters let the story continue with the next book!

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  • Billy Beech
  • 12-31-14

Amazing

Am amazing addition to the story can't wait to start the next book.

10 out of 10

The best fantasy books on audible


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  • Glenn
  • 11-21-17

Just amazing

Another fantastic story wonderfully written by R. A. Salvatore as always, and Victor Bevine is incredible!