Gauntlgrym (Forgotten Realms: Neverwinter, #1; Legend of Drizzt, #20)
Drizzt joins Bruenor on his quest for the fabled dwarven kingdom of Gauntlgrym: ruins said to be rich with ancient treasure and arcane lore. But before they even get close, another drow and dwarf pair stumbles across it first: Jarlaxle and Athrogate. In their search for treasure and magic,... show more
Drizzt joins Bruenor on his quest for the fabled dwarven kingdom of Gauntlgrym: ruins said to be rich with ancient treasure and arcane lore. But before they even get close, another drow and dwarf pair stumbles across it first: Jarlaxle and Athrogate. In their search for treasure and magic, Jarlaxle and Athrogate inadvertently set into motion a catastrophe that could spell disaster for the unsuspecting people of the city of Neverwinter—a catastrophe big enough to lure even the mercenary Jarlaxle into risking his own coin and skin to stop it. Unfortunately, the more they uncover about the secret of Gauntlgrym, the more it looks like they can’t stop it on their own. They’ll need help, and from the last people they ever thought to fight alongside again: Drizzt and Bruenor.
Publish date: July 5th 2011
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Pages no: 389
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Role Playing Games
, Dungeons And Dragons
, Forgotten Realms
Series: Neverwinter (#1)
These books get better and better. This is (should I count?) book #38 (at least the ones I've been reading). I've got my wife started on them (she's 4 books in, now). You can tell that as an author, Salvatore wants to shake things up a bit-- he's breaking the mold that he made in the first doz...
The subtitle of this book should be: "How to squeeze the last drop out of Drizzt fanboys".Why, then, three stars? Because of awesome appearances from characters not really related to Drizzt's storyline. Definitely not because of Drizzt and Bruenor, who at this point are beyond any semblance of chara...
Although it’s book #1 of the Neverwinter series, I’m pretty sure there are 20 or so other books I ought to have read before this one. Or I’m 20 years too old for reading anything Dungeons & Dragons (which I didn’t even realize I was doing at first). I may have just started too late in the game on bo...