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David Duchovny (The X-Files, Californication) describes the journey of aged barbarian Wulfgar as he knowingly sets out on one last hunt.

©2011 Wizards of the Coast LLC (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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Wulfgar's warriors death

Nothing like a story read by agent mulder. The final story of Drizzt's companion wulfgar. A fitting end to a legendary character. Amazingly written and well read. My son was sucked right into the story with me. Loved it!

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farewell my friend

ive only listen to this twice and both times its made me cry. i grew up reading every r a book i could find. i grew to love fantasy and the companions were my idea of my fantasy world in my head. so its saddening to see a character i so deeply relate to go but atleast he went in a mannor consistent and true to who he was. rest easy good friend for youve surely earn your piece

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excellent!

I loved it! the narration was amazing. I hope he will record more books in the future.

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A Medicine Man Tale.

I absolutely loved this story. I knew David Duchovny was part American Indian but I didn't know that he had medicine man in his blood because this tale was weaved with magic. Everyman who is truly a man wants to die like wulfgar.

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Mulder does Drizzt!

i loved it. David did a great job! the story was as genuine and heartfelt as anticipated