The Crystal Shard
The fourth in a series of premiere hardcover editions of Salvatore’s classic dark elf tales.This new release of the classic R.A. Salvatore novel continues the classic tale of Salvatore’s signature dark elf character Drizzt Do’Urden™. Although this was the first title actually published about... show more
The fourth in a series of premiere hardcover editions of Salvatore’s classic dark elf tales.This new release of the classic R.A. Salvatore novel continues the classic tale of Salvatore’s signature dark elf character Drizzt Do’Urden™. Although this was the first title actually published about Drizzt, it has now been placed in its proper chronological order as fourth in the series. Each title in The Legend of Drizzt series showcases the classic dark elf novels in new, deluxe hardcover editions. Each title will feature all new cover art and new introductions written by those who have become familiar with Salvatore and Drizzt over the years. AUTHOR BIO: R.A. Salvatore was born in Massachusetts in 1959 and still makes his home there. He has published numerous Forgotten Realms novels with Wizards of the Coast, Inc., most of which have been New York Times best-sellers. He is also known as the best-selling author of the Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones novelization from Del Rey.From the Hardcover edition.
Publish date: January 9th 2007
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Pages no: 344
Edition language: English
Series: The Icewind Dale Trilogy -3 omnibus (#1)
Akar Kessel, weak-willed apprentice mage, starts events that find a magical device, the crystal shard. Dwarf Bruenor rescues barbarian Wulfgar from the ruins of Ten-Towns, for 5 years of service - and friendship. With help from renegade dark elf Drizzt, Wulfgar becomes a warrior with brawn and brain...
This one was actually better than I remembered it.Sure, it's escapist fantasy fiction. The characters are cariacatures... but it's fun... they slay a dragon, have epic battles, magic, sorcery, swordfighting, revenge...totally fun.One thing I was really impressed with is that the prequels were more-o...
I am sort of wondering about this book now because the more I think about it the more I realise that it is just the standard Dungeons and Dragons Forgotten Realms fantasy novel with nothing too deep about it. It was the first of the Drizzt Do'Urden novels (though it is number four in the series) and...
Wow, its been a while since I've read one of these kinds of books ... especially something by R.A. Salvatore, and I must say I wasn't disappointed the slightest.Rich in detail and imagery, full of magic and action, all the basics of a full fledged novel that is set in the famous Dungeons&Dragons Rea...
This series of adaptations of the popular Drizzt series continues to be entertaining. I think the first three so far are still the best, which I wonder if that is the case with the novels as well. As a note of disclosure, I have not read the novels, but I have enjoyed these graphic novels so far. In...