LEGACY OF THE DROW: The Legacy; Starless Night; Siege of Darkness; Passage to Dawn (Forgotten Realms) by Salvatore, R.A. () Hardcover on. Legacy of the Drow Gift Set: The Legacy, Starless Night, Siege of Darkness, and Passage to Dawn (Forgotten Realms: Legacy of the Drow) [R. A. Salvatore] on. Starless Night is the second book in the Legacy of the Drow series by R.A. Salvatore. It was later reissued as book eight of the Legend of Drizzt series.
|Published (Last):||26 September 2005|
|PDF File Size:||2.95 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||2.99 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Yet, for the sake of my friends, I must know those dark intentions. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities.
The characters are a bit difficult to understand if you start the series on this book because they’ve grown more complex over the series, but Salvatore provides enough to have a simple understanding for the story and relations between characters. Paperbackpages. Light on substance, heavy on paper thin characters, magic, swords, and general fantasy trappings.
The apparent serenity of Drizzt Do’Urden, the brooding quiet, will show me nothing of the future designs of the drow.
Starless Night (Legacy of the Drow, #2) by R. A. Salvatore – Risingshadow
Oct 15, Adam Wik rated it it was ok. I must say that my favorite has to be Drizzt himself, but you’d have to read it for yourself to find out. Open Preview See a Problem?
I get why the author wanted to e “It is a defeat of the spirit tye learn that one’s arrogance causes such loss and pain. This is not the strongest of the series, if only because it’s a pointless addition to the series. Alustriel, who has feelings for Drizzt, gives Catti-brie horses with magic horseshoes and makes a dwarven attendant, Fret, accompany her to the entrance of the Underdark. Preview — Starless Night by R. There’s also a surprise appearance by someone that Drizzt saved in the original trilogy.
I’ll have to check out some of he better-reviewed Drizzt books to see what the hubbub is really about. Paul Bagosy I asked Salvatore about that back inand he said that he was as baffled as I was and had no control over the cover art. He gives Guenhwyvar to Regis and tells him not to tell anyone where he went.
I’m worried that the subsequent books will feel a bit formulaic, but it’s a good story nonetheless, so I’ll stick with it. I realize writers often don’t get much say in their cover art, but someone should have caught this, especially since both are main characters in the already-established series.
The reasons for why Drizzt was heading back to Menzoberranzan were explained and reexplained.
If you’ve come his far in the Drizzt series of books, this one won’t disappoint. Dark Sun Dark Sun: Jul 14, Lee rated it liked it Shelves: Beholder Drow dark elf Githyanki Illithid mind flayer Lich.
Regis then gives her Guenhwyvar and she decides to follow Drizzt. This book is not great, but if you’re a young teenage boy or girl into dungeon crawlers and RPGs, you might think this is amazing even though there’s barely a comprehensible plot to speak of.
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.
Legacy of the Drow
He almost whispers, but on the other hand his voices for This is a review that also includes comments of the Audible version: Jan 10, Leliel Mitsukai rated it really liked it Shelves: By the way, is that really supposed to lebacy Drizzt on the cover? Dark Alliance Baldur’s Niggt That said, I give lrgacy 3 stars because he is a good writer that tells a good story. It’s powerful and fantastic. Catti-brie then explodes a section of the tunnel above the House Baenre compound, destroying most of the chapel dome and interrupting the ceremony of the Matron Mothers.
Catti-brie also encounters a group of deep gnomes a day later and they show her a shortcut to Menzoberranzan. He almost whispers, but on the other hand his voices for the characters are distinct and done very well.
I think this is the eighth one I have listened to, and they are all great. While yet still young and lacking wisdom pursuing Drizzt in the Dro is pretty foolish!
Can’t wait to start reading it again! The fact that he thinks, even if he is dealing with the guilt of Wulfgar’s death and that’s making it hard for him to see reason, that going back to Menzobarranzan and giving himself up to house Baenre will someone convince them to leave Mithril Hall alone is stupid.
Trivia About Starless Night F His scimitars slash at monsters too evil to reside under the sunlight of the surface world, while his inner strength wrestles with the tumult of emotions assaulting the noble drow when he looks once more on his dreaded homeland. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: Meanwhile, the ever-eccentric drow mercenary leader, Jarlaxle, and the human assassin now stuck in the Reeling from the loss of one of his dearest friends, the warrior dark elf Drizzt journeys back into the Underdark – but can he survive the harsh environment after years of growing accustomed to life on the surface?
I enjoyed the earlier books. The cover is so absolutely atrocious it irked me every time I looked at it. This is a review that also includes comments of the Audible version: A lot of time spent detailing Menzoberranzan but couldn’t care less about it.