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After finding the mark of Aegis-fang branded on the back of an outlaw, Drizzt Do'Urden fears that his long-missing friend Wulfgar is in danger and sets out with Cattie-brie and Bruenor to find Wulfgar and ensure his safety.

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It's still a decent and fun entry in the series, albeit with some issues.
It's really more of the same, but anyone that got to book 13 should be well acquainted with the formular by now. The last two books of the series fell a bit flat for me, although I still had fun with them overall. The repitition of Wulfgars internal struggle became tiresome and so I took a break from the series. But then again, there are moments of brilliance from R. A. Salvatore and I was again reminded, why I come back to the companions of the hall again and again. ( )
  syssneck | Jun 30, 2022 |
Definitely better than book 12. When Salvatore actually lets himself inject humour into the narrative it adds so much. I still find myself skimming/struggling to mentally picture all the sword fights that get described, though whether that's my visualisation issues or Salvatores writing is a toss up tbh. ( )
  ashelocke | Aug 1, 2021 |
While the scenes on the ship were good, for me this was one part of the Drizzt story arc where the story started to get lost. I just did not enjoy this directionless novel as much as the previous novels. Still well written, still great action, just not a great plot. ( )
1 vote Karlstar | Jul 17, 2020 |
In this volume of Salvatore's neverending Forgotten realms saga everybody's looking for something. Wulfgar the barbarian's after his lost Aegis-fang, and his friends are after him. And yes, a mysterious elf's after Drizzt for killing him...
Absolutely a typical Salvatore book. A fast-pacing, action packed pageturner. But I think that's what we want from a Drizzt story... :-) ( )
  TheCrow2 | Apr 3, 2012 |
The legendary Aegis-fang is lost to pirates. Can the heroes of Mithrall Hall reclaim it? Can mighty Wulfgar find himself and reunite with his friends and family? All the while a secretive elf plans the perfect assassination of Drizzt for unknown reasons.

I really enjoyed this book. It was a great glimpse back at all of the heroes fighting together once again. Swift paced action and plot make it almost impossible to set down once you start. ( )
  LouCypher | May 18, 2009 |
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After finding the mark of Aegis-fang branded on the back of an outlaw, Drizzt Do'Urden fears that his long-missing friend Wulfgar is in danger and sets out with Cattie-brie and Bruenor to find Wulfgar and ensure his safety.

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The Legend of Drizzt(R) comes to an end . . . For now
The mighty warhammer Aegis-fang has found its way into the hands of the wicked pirate captain Sheila Kree, and Wulfgar is hot on her trail. When Drizzt and his companions leave Mithral Hall in search of Wulfgar, they find themselves on the trail of the warhammer as well, a trail that will lead them to a startling reunion, and the last battle for the heart and soul of Wulfgar.
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