The Second Book Of The Companions Codex, The Latest Series In The New York Times Best Selling Saga Of Dark Elf Drizzt Do Urden, RA Salvatore Picks Up With The Fan Favorite Storyline Of Dwarf King Bruenor Battlehammer And His Bloody Feud With The Orc Kingdom Of Many Ý Rise of the King (Companions Codex, #2; Legend of Drizzt, #26) Ð Download by ☆ R.
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Salvatore Arrows The following review is based on the ARC received from NetGalley.
I am a big fan of Salvatore, unfortunately, this book brought a sense of deja vu to me that was hard to shake The universe has changed, the characters are the same with some improvements due to this being their second go round , but the story itself feels like it s been told before Regis is interesting, but almost in a cliched way The way the drow have started and been successful is almost too simplistic and it seems like there will be a rushed conclusion that sorts everything out I m not thrilled with the story so far, but perhaps the third book will be an improvement.
no need for SPOILER tags since nothing new was presented in this bookWhat are the prime ingredients for a newer Salvatore Realms book 1 Salvatore reminding the reader that Guenhwyvar weighs 600 pounds.
2 Salvatore providing the reader with detailed mechanical descriptions of Catti Brie Ruqiah, the cleric wizard archer seer fire elementalist blessed by Mystra high and mighty Chosen of Mielikki, casting Flaming Hands repeatedly.
3 Regis Spider Parrafin wax wondrously producing a potion salve ointment poison that conveniently gets him or the Companions out of a tight spot.
4 Salvatore dousing the reader with an unending barrage of fights skirmishes battles.
5 And the newest ingredient Salvatore abusing the exclamation point to terminate a sentence outside of dialogue For those of you who don t know what an exclamation point is it s what authors use when they don t thin



Another solid installment of the new old adventures of Drizzt and Companions.
The battles and skirmishes are always nice and choreographed, Salvatore has a real knack for describing swashbuckling adventures and I never get tired of his storytelling However, the overall feeling is the same I once experienced after the nth played hour of a very complex RPG game, when my characters abilities had already reached the highest level and I simply wandered around and around completing the secondary quests.
There was nothing to prove and little to discover I was simply content by being with my characters, even if all I got was a pale echo of past excitement.
On the other hand, after the forgettable Neverwinter books, I was very happy about this resurrection dom comeback whatever this literary device is called The Dark Elf tril I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in an exchange for an honest review.
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5 stars.
I always look forward to the newest Drizzt novels After all, I love the world and the characters, especially Jarlaxle I ve read them since I was a girl, and they ve always been something I looked forward to every year But the latest novels in the saga have really been a mixed bag for me I get that there were changes in the Forgotten Realms setting that Salvatore had no control over, but I can t say that I am totally happy with how he chose to handle them I was not overly thrilled with bringing back the dead Companions of the Hall I honestly wanted Drizzt to move on and find other friends to have adventures with The reincarnation plot just seemed a little too far fetched Another issue is that the characters

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