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Streams of Silver (1989)
by R. A. Salvatore
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This one I really enjoyed. Artemis Entreri's appearance delighted me - I'm fairly certain I'm going to love this character. By the end I already do but I'll see where it goes in the next one. The journey parts of the book are fairly standard for a Drizzt book. The ending felt a little rushed and I was even hoping it would end before it did and more detail would be spent with the scourge of the halls. Still, I am excited to see where the next book goes!
I didn't enjoy this one as much as I enjoyed the first in the series, but I did like it in the end. The big set piece toward the end was pretty solid, and I liked spending more time with Drizzt, Bruenor, and Wulfgar in particular.
It's a good book. I just think I'm done with fantasy novels for now. Good thing I have a lot of them.
Bruennor the dwarf, along with some others, set out to find his ancestral home that he was driven from over 2 centuries ago. Mix in an assassin going after the halfling, a wizard going after Drizz't because he thinks Drizz't has the Crystal Shard and a dragon trying to kill them all, and you get a good rollicking adventure story.
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Forgotten Realms novels (1356)
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Dark elf Drizzt Do'Urden and his companions, Bruenor, Wulfgar, and Regis, dwarven warriors each with their own special tribulation, fight for their ancestral home, Mithral Hall.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)813.54 — Literature English (North America) American fiction 20th Century 1945-1999
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