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When the mark of the great warhammer Aegis-fang is found branded on the back of a vicious outlaw, Drizzt can no longer merely hope that Wulfgar is safe. The dark elf and his companions set out to find the barbarian once and for all. As they discover pieces of the puzzle their friend's life has become, Drizzt grows only more determined to locate him. As his friends search for him, Wulfgar sails with Captain Deudermont in search of the stolen Aegis-fang, now in the hands of the vile pirate Sheila Kree. But the pirate isn't willing to sit around waiting to be caught. She has other plans. Drizzt, Cattie-brie, Regis, Bruenor, and Wulfgar - the Companions of the Hall - come together for the first time since The Silent Blade in a reunion filled with discovery and adventure.

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Yeah right, as if you're reading this review

If you actually are reading this review, you already must know what your getting into - it's an R A Salvator Drizz't book; you either like or dislike these books by this point. Expect this same from this one.

As always, though, Victor Bevine is a baller.

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Great book!

Would you consider the audio edition of Sea of Swords: Legend of Drizzt: Paths of Darkness, Book 3 to be better than the print version?

yes

What was one of the most memorable moments of Sea of Swords: Legend of Drizzt: Paths of Darkness, Book 3?

When Wulfgar goes home

What about Victor Bevine’s performance did you like?

He keeps getting better with every book

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When the friends reunited

Any additional comments?

nope

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Good book Ehh narrator

I have been reading the tales of Drizzt Do’Urden and this story is not the best of the tales of Drizzt but it adds to the collection as a whole. But what really takes away from the story was the narrator in particular his pronunciation of the characters names annoyed me during the entire reading.

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Love this series!

Dont ever want this story to end! Very well written & love the narrator. Ty

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Great series

Great series, I have fallen in love with drizzt and heros of the hall all over again! Great audio with the voice changes and emotion it lets me delve back into my imagination!! Thanks audible!

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Pretty standard for a book in the Drizzt series

This one is a pretty standard book in the Legend of Drizzt. But it's one we had to have to move the plot of the series on to where it needs to be.

It’s always good to be with Drizzt and his companions in action keeping Faerun safe from the monsters. It’s especially nice to have Drizzt himself back on the scene again. Especially since there is a new Elf assassin wannabe who is specifically targeting Drizzt.

Drizzt, Breuner, Cattie-brie, and Regis are in search of Aegis Fang, hoping the return of his fabled hammer will help bring Wulfgar back to himself. To find it, they have to find and defeat the dangerous female pirate, Sheila Kree.

Wulfgar himself, meanwhile, has made a lot of progress since he parted with his friends. At the beginning of this book, he is sailing with Captain Duedermont looking for Sheila Kree and her pirates. He engages in some risky behavior that causes the ship’s wizard, Robeillard, to recommend that he not be invited back for their next trip. But then, once they are back in Waterdeep, Robeillard, having found out that the companions are on their way to do battle with Sheila Kree, offers to help him find them in time for the final battle.

There are, of course, plenty of fight scenes. Sheila has some ogre allies who are particularly obliging in this regard. There are only two small twists in this plot. One is the surface elf who seems so bent on destroying Drizzt. There may have been a cameo of this elf in a previous book, but it was never clear where they came from, and it isn’t until after Drizzt has defeated him that this is made clear.

The other thing, that nobody much notices, is that Regis suddenly seems much bolder than he has ever been before. What is up with that?

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Each A Literary Masterpiece

Even in a Fantasy World does this Author bring such a heart wrenching/ shattering/ lifting / inspiring tale woven into an intricate tapestry across the shoulders of A Noble Dark Elf that surpasses The greatest of Legends !

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Awesome

So far this is a favorite book of the series. I hope that they only get allot better. I haven't read any of the books from here on so this will be fun and interesting.

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Another great book

Loved it. Salvatore just keeps bringing fantastic story lines to the Drizzt series. Can hardly wait to get to the next book...and the next...

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  • 09-10-19

Narrator Whispers Senselessly

I listen to audiobooks at work with an open speaker. I need to keep it fairly quiet so that it doesn't annoy nearby coworkers, but I'm also hard of hearing, so a certain volume is required for me to be able to hear the narrator. This narrator is one in a series of insufferable narrators that whispers and it is infuriating. I get the irony of being HOH and using audiobooks, but I rarely have this issue except for when the company producing them seem to not understand that whispering in general is an asinine means to convey mood. Making an audio based medium harder to listen to makes zero sense. The story is bad enough as Salvatore has never grown as an author after forty years of writing the same character, but this just adds fuel to the fire. Don't buy unless you have the luxury of using headphones.

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  • Richard Prettyman
  • 10-24-20

As brilliant as the previous books.

Really enjoyed it, the same as a prior books in this series.


I jusy needed more words to submit this review.

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  • Chris
  • 06-12-21

Average

I found the story a bit underwhelming. I'm not really sure it was worth the purchase.

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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