Discussion in 'Forgotten Realms' started by Ainuudar, Jun 29, 2005.
What books are the "Drizzt" books?
Here are the ones I've read..I dunno if I am missing any...
Dark Elf Trilogy consists of:
Icewind Dale Trilogy:
The Crystal Shard
Streams of Silver
The Halflings Gem
The Legacy of the Drow consists of:
Seige of Darkness
Passage to Dawn
Paths of Darkness:
Spine of the World
Servant of the Shard
Sea of Swords
Hunter's Blades Trilogy:
The Two Swords
That's correct, as far as i can tell And they all are...the ones I've read are so damn god one could read 'em again just after finishing 'em!
k thanks alot!
I have only read the Icewind Dale trilogy, but I like them pretty well. Would you guys recommend reading the others?
I would. I just finished reading all of them. But, the Dark Elf Trilogy is definitely the best.
Seconded. I read them all years ago and the fight scenes are still stuck in my head. The one in the Giant cave in tCS (when Drizzt, Wulfgar and Guenwhyvar first fight as a team) is the best IMHO.
Salvatore surely has a way with fight scenes, especially where Drizzt is involved.
i prefer the early ones in the dark elf trilogy... i just like when they explain life in the underdark... prolly why i play hordes of underdak so much...
I like those the most too DQ ^^
When I start reading Forgotten Realms, I'll start with these books.
I just finished the first Dark Elf Trilogy book, which was amazing. After the trilogy, are any of the other series like sequels to it? Or are they just like in the same land but not involving Drizzt?
Dark elf trilogy, Icewind trilogy, Legacy of the drow, Paths of darkness, Hunters blade trilogy all include Drizzt. (though I haven't read the last two 'series' yet, I haven't gotten my hands on 'em )
Also include Clerics QUintet since later when Drizzt meets Cadderly you wont be lost
I am not sure, butin the realms of underdarks, there is a short story about Drizzt, or Zaknafein, I don't know really.
The Fires of Narbondel - Mark Anthony
Yes those are all of the books in the series. While the Cleric quintet does not have Drizzt in it it is still a very good series. I would have to say that I liked the beginning books a little better, but they are all good. Also a new one in this line is The Promise of The Witchking. It comes after Servant of The Shard and features Jarlaxle and Artemis Enteri. I have not read it yet but I am really planning on it.
I Just bought Servant of the shard and Promise of the witchking off Barns and noble. Should be here tues. or wends. cant wait,
"Where is he?" the archer cried again, growing frantic. "Merk, where is he?"
"Right behind you," came a whisper. A jeweled dagger flashed, slicing the bowstring and then, before the stunned man could begin to react, resting against the front of his throat.
"Please," the man stammered, trembling so badly that his movements, not Entreri's, caused the first nick from that fine blade. "I have children, yes. Many, many children. Seventeen . . ."
He ended in a gurgle as Entreri cut him from ear to ear, bringing his foot up against the man's back even as he did, then kicking him facedown to the ground.
"Then you should have chosen a safer career," Entreri answered, though the man could not hear.
THIS GUY RULES I TELL YOU.
lol, obviously by the name I read the Drow books. I love the Drizzt books. I can never decide if I like Drizzt (i keep typing 'drizzy' for some reason....lol) or Entreri better.
What's the name of the new one that just came out btw? I saw it but I don't remember. It's related to Servant of the Shard. It's King of the Shard or something isn't it?
He does sound quite cool!... Perhaps I should buy the books in which he is starring!
Therefore my question. Which books is he a part of? I have only read the fist part of the darkelf trilogy.
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