Paths of Darkness - Book 4
|ISBN Number:||0-7869-2645-7 (hardcover)
|Cover Artist:||Todd Lockwood|
|Release Date:||October 2001 (hardcover)
August 2002 (paperback)
|Format:||Hardcover book (348
|The text below is taken from a description
by WotC on the reverse of the product:
'It is good to be home.
The Dark Elf
Drizt, Cattie-brie, Regis, Bruenor, and Wulfgar - The Companions of the Hall - come together for the first time since The Silent Blade in a reunion filled with discovery and adventure.'
Also available in paperback.
Other Titles in the Paths of Darkness series:
Another classic Salvatore book. This one had many different twists in it, and it kept me guessing as to who the heck Le'lorinel was until near the end. I do think the obsession Le'lorinel has on Drizzt was rather interesting. I always liked the pirate hunting thing Deudermont has going on, and was glad it showed up in this book. That several groups of people are out looking for one warhammer was a little weird, but hey, Aegis-fang is one kick ass warhammer. What annoyed me a bit was Drizzt's total ineptitude handling his hots for Catti-brie. I mean, come on, he's a seventy or something year old elf and he doesn't know when to talk and when to take some action? But I did really like the whole Battle for the Cove and Bruenor's response to seeing Wulfgar again. "Ye ever hit me girl again and I'll be making a fine necklace outta your teeth, boy! Ye want to be callin' yerself me son, and ye don't go hittin' yer sister!" and "And if ye ever lose Aegis-fang again, I'll be buryin' ye afore I go get it back!" So read this book, its worth it!
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