The Two Swords is the last installment of R. A. Salvatores The Hunter's Blade Trilogy. Exostentially, it's a very good book. It's full of exicitement, and Salvatore still seems to be the best at describing battle action. I found the the short comings in the book to be of a very disappointing nature however. Those who have read his past work will know that Drizzt is a very self-pitying person. There never really seems to be much development for his character. The same can be said now. The development, though there, is scarce, and does little to further the the whole character of Drizzt Do'Urden. All in all, it's very good read, but it did let me feel a little let down.