The Halfling's Gem
Publish date: November 1st 2005
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
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Series: The Icewind Dale Trilogy -3 omnibus (#3)
Again, five stars as long as you overlook the obvious campiness of the whole genre... Tolkien it's not.Yes. ridiculously awesome fun. Did I mention Wulfgar picks up a camel? and THROWS it at bad guys? Later he punches the same camel.I'm having fun breezing through these books. fun summer reading.
Hmm, the third and final book in the rather aptly misnamed Icewind Dale Trilogy. I have noted that the series did have a name change and it is now known as the Legend of Drizzt series, though this book is still considered to be a part of the original trilogy. In a way the Legend of Drizzt series see...
I almost gave it a 3-star (my average) rating, but I just love this series! My complaint is that everything worked out so perfectly - the heroes always won against the impossible odds.Lots of action, good read!
Not one of Salvatore's better books, but still a lot of fun. I loved seeing Catti-brie in this installment, and am excited to see the war for Mithril Hall, which I am sure occurs in the next installment of the Legend of Drizzt series.
In this novel Wulfgar and Drizzt go to Calimport to rescue the halfling kidnapped by Entreri. Bruenor and Catti-brie follow behind. This novels intensifies the rivalry between Drizzt and Entreri and we meet for the first time Captain Deudermont and Robillard. Both of them appear in later novels as p...