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Among the things I liked best about the book were: 1 'Realistic' Realms. The various groups of 'good guys' in the Silver Marches were certainly not united; the political fallout from the signing of the treaty granting the creation of the orc kingdom of Many Arrows over a hundred years before was felt now in the atmosphere of distrust, disunity and recrimination.
This added to the sense of 'realism', and also to the threat of the bad guys' plans. Also good to see was the continuing plotting of Gromph Baenre, internal politics of among the leaders of Bregan D'aerthe, as well as hapless drow such as Saribel.
The end of the book is like a giant cliff-hanger - how will the heroes survive? Can the Silver Marches beat back the seemingly unstoppable monstrous onslaught of the drow and their allies?
We're being set up for multiple denouements - the resolution of the war; will Bruenor resume his role as king of Mithril Hall?
Will Doum'wielle overcome her evil sword's will, or fully embrace her drow heritage? How will the continuing tragic story arc of Dahlia end - redemption, sacrifice on an altar to Lolth, or spitted on the end of one of Drizzt's scimitars?
I can't wait for the next instalment. Sep 01, Joshua John rated it liked it. Salvatore once again cleverly weaves a tale that builds momentum for what is sure to be an exciting next iteration May it come out soon!
As a fan and longtime reader of the series I couldn't put this novel down and finished in under 2 days. I finished the book extrapolating on the possibilities of connections yet to be made I was hoping for an update on Entreri..
View all 5 comments. Having tied up some loose ends in Night of the Hunter, Drizzt and his companions begin their trek toward Mithral Hall. There, Bruenor hopes to reclaim his throne and rectify what he views as his error in permitting the orc king of Many Arrows to establish a peaceful kingdom that borders the Silver Marches.
Little do they realize that the Drow are already moving, and war is coming to Luruar. Orcs, giants dwarves, elves, men, and even dragons clash in this book of conflict and titanic struggle.
Thi Having tied up some loose ends in Night of the Hunter, Drizzt and his companions begin their trek toward Mithral Hall.
This is among the most enjoyable Salvatore books that I've read, and in my view is definitely the best of the Sundering era. The action is fast, furious, and epic.
While other books have featured exciting, small squad skirmishes, this one gives us those as well as epic battles for the fates of cities.
On top of the battles, we are treated to reconnaissance, espionage, and another hearty helping of political machinations among the Drow.
Regis, who in many ways was the star of The Companions, took something of a back seat in Night of the Hunter. In this book, however, he was back to playing a central role, and in my view has easily become the most dynamic and interesting character in the crew.
Furthermore, while Jarlaxle spent Night of the Hunter reacting, in this book he seems to be back on the offensive.
As we might expect, of course, exactly what he's after still has yet to become clear. Beyond those two, I'm not sure that we see a lot of significant character development, aside from some continued discussions between Drizzt and Catti-brie on the inherent nature of orcs and goblins.
I really enjoyed the book, and will, of course, look forward to reading the next in the series when it is published in Jul 21, Curtis rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , fantasy , netgalley , read-in , reviewed.
I've very much been enjoying the story of the reincarnated Companions of the Hall, started in the first book of The Sundering and continued in The Companions Codex of which this is book two.
Drizzt and the Companions always makes for an epic story and what we have here seems largely no exception. While I've been enjoying the story thus far Night of the Hunter - Companions Codex, Book I was one of my favorite books so far this year , this one didn't really seem to pull its weight.
Much of this I've very much been enjoying the story of the reincarnated Companions of the Hall, started in the first book of The Sundering and continued in The Companions Codex of which this is book two.
Much of this story seems to be set up. Instead of continuing along the lines of the epic showdowns that occurred in Gauntlegrym, there's a lot of moving, talking, etc.
It's clear to me that it's all moving toward something major in the next book, but I was just struck by how little really seemed to happen in this installment overall.
I do plan to continue with the series - I really need to know what happens next. I just hope the next book brings us back to the type of story we saw in The Companions and The Night of the Hunter.
May 22, Dave rated it really liked it. This book was essentially a war between the dwarves and humans against orcs, giants, goblins, and ogres.
In between we had some delicious scenes featuring Jarlalxe, the Copper dragon sisters, and the drow. The third faction would be the current hero cast of Drzzt and the companions of the hall.
A perfect middle book to the series leaves the intrepid heroes in dire straits and split up with a war that seems impossible to win hanging there in the middle of the room.
Again, to me, the best parts This book was essentially a war between the dwarves and humans against orcs, giants, goblins, and ogres. Again, to me, the best parts of the book involve anything relating to Jarlaxle's plots and actions along with anything dealing with the nefarious drow.
Another great book by Salvatore, it centers upon the Companions and their adventures to the north to get to Mithral Hall.
They help new friends along the way and see for themselves truly how bad the war has gotten as the orcs, goblins, giants, drow, and dragons wage war and set siege upon the cities of the goodly peoples.
It sets the stage for even more action and adventure to follow, can't wait to see what comes next! Love it. Read and enjoy. Not much left to say, R A Salvatore is my favorite writer, don't ever stop creating wonderful adventures.
Feb 21, Adam Duclos rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The prologue is pretty cool.
Still, the way it was described, it sounded like all the dwarves could have ju The prologue is pretty cool. Still, the way it was described, it sounded like all the dwarves could have just kept going down a staircase into Mithril Hall and closed the doors behind them and been safe.
Instead, the dwarf king saw that there were an overwhelming number of enemies and somehow they ended up fighting anyway.
Is this just to show how ineffective he is? Next up is a recap of the last book couched as a reunion with that annoying teifling Effron from the last few books.
I had forgotten that Port Last had been ruined and that Cattie-brie had 'killed' Dahlia. Well, it turns out the leader of the orc band that came upon her after that was actually lead by the somewhat goodly and very treaty abiding son of the current orc king, and they traded her back.
Nope, he got away and turns back up in a later book. Meanwhile the dwarves are all under siege, and are ignoring the other kingdoms in the area that are under attack, partly because of the whole siege thing, but also partly because the long lived dwarves were still pissed that the others never helped them with the orcs the first time around a century before.
Whoa, Jarlaxle just found out that Kimmuriel, the lone surviving drow psionicist and his second in command, has some kind of infectious mental spy thing going on.
The way he explained it sounded like a zombie apocalypse version of scrying, but I guess he meant that when it jumps to a new person, the old person is free.
Oh, plus I guess white dragon breath puts ice on everything it touches now. Will it hurt his reputation terribly, or will he just be able to shrug it off as he takes violent revenge?
Note from 3 books later: that second one. Whoa, chapter long fight from 4 or 5 perspectives! Not all of it was in chronological order, which was jarring.
Also, what the hell Wulfgar, you have more than one lifetime of experience to draw from now! A: Stop letting bad guys stab and bite you!
Barbarians are allowed to wear armor, you idiot! At least do something to protect yourself… the options are endless! Whoa, that weird dwarf Athrogate showed up again.
Who does that? That opens up so many questions, like, what kind of dung, and why does anyone let him indoors? I think this is the 26th.
Then 5 books after that he found out his second magic sword protected him from flames, and got a thingy to summon a unicorn to ride.
Either way, the whole paragraph long description of this happening has been repeated several times now verbatim, so I hope the author figures out a way to shorten his description of it soon.
Thing is… is it really something Regis would resort to? He can only do it three times per day max! Now, I had forgotten that in a previous book, the new and improved Regis had figured out how to do this.
I had forgotten it because they never use them! What is it, Regis made them so only he can use them or something! Wulfgar, by the way, is fine the next time we see him… When he tries to walk off with a plate and some silverware!
I mean, yeah, probably a crappy tent somewhere, but he was raised most of the way in a civilized manner! The first time, at least! Anyway, he should know better.
Unless he was going to use it as armor? After reading a bit further, most of the main lineup have gone to Nesme while Regis tricked one third of the evil orc army to overextend themselves by attacking early and during the day.
It all worked out, but since then the rest showed up and kept hitting the town with smaller attacks, so the group stayed, for weeks at least.
I think the author is running out of ideas to keep this book going. Come on! Plus, the author once again forgot that he was wearing those speedy leg band things!
Do they work or not? Oh, also, that he's a ranger and could have probably talked them down. At least a few people remember they live in a magical land!
Plus, we finally got some good exposition about the background of the conflict during a conversation between Gromph and Kimmuriel, which appears to be related to a belated background setting update to 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons.
Now we find out that this is all a… what, a diversion? Somehow this all works into a scheme by Lloth to take over the newly reinstated weave of magic, the Weave, from the dead goddess Mystra, before someone else can take it, thereby increasing her power immensely.
Good luck with that, since in 5E Mystra is evidently alive and well, and back in charge of the Weave! I like it though!
Well, I would have liked it in all of the books, but still. Hmm, plus Jarlaxle seems to be recruiting the copper dragon sisters from his side series in Vasha to help out the good guys, neat!
I was actually worried for them because I thought the traps would trigger a cave in or something, but no, it was just orcs coming out of the walls.
Then Regis fell down into a hole, and Wulfgar went in after him. Side quest! Ah well! Holy what? Salvatore, what the hell?
The hell? Were you possessed by a rabid Steven King? Speaking of which, where is Aegis Fang, the teleporting warhammer that should appear right in Wulfgar's hand at a mere call?
Random appearance of Ivan Bouldershoulder for some reason. Well, the book is over, and I guess the king finally rose? But still, you'd think they could just ask one of the dwarven clerics to confirm it with their gods Maybe put something more in there than just a few days worth of trail rations, idiot!
There's plenty of room! Instead of saving a town though, he destroyed it. Bummer for them! Maybe next time! Have to wait until the third book in this sub trilogy.
Slowest Dragons ever! May 20, Tony rated it really liked it. The story of the Companions reborn continues as the century-old peace between the orcs and dwarves comes to a close, when the dark elves cast The Darkening that blots out the sun.
Drizzt must reconcile with the fact that he initiated the peace with the orcs that was doomed to fail. Regis the halfling almost takes center stage in this novel.
In his new life he's acquired many a new magical item including a beret that magically changes his appearance, and a dagger that breeds snakes.
Wulfgar conti The story of the Companions reborn continues as the century-old peace between the orcs and dwarves comes to a close, when the dark elves cast The Darkening that blots out the sun.
Wulfgar continues to take beatings that would surely kill any lesser mortal, but with Regis's endless supply of healing potions and Cattie-brie's healing spells, there is rarely any real danger for the heroes.
But this is no surprise to avid readers of the series, and Salvatore's excellent storytelling makes up for it. The story is finally moving in a forward direction after the debacle of the Spellplague and heads to a conflict that is long overdue.
The dark elves continue to be a prominent force as they manipulate the war. But the dark elf Jarlaxle carves a different path for himself and recruits some old, very powerful friends.
Rise of the King ends on cliffhangers across the board but promises to culminate in a grande finale in Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf.
I really feel like this book is 3. The overwhelming feel of this book is oppressive and negative. A problem I notice authors having with huge, epic battles is that they often are one-sided.
This happens a lot in anime. One force attacks another and seems to be outright winning on every front. And then when the shift happens and the other force is winning on every front.
This seems to happen with the drow's orchestrated invasion o I really feel like this book is 3. This seems to happen with the drow's orchestrated invasion of the Silver Marches.
They invade and seem to be invincible, winning at pretty much every turn. Tiago is invincible. We are told time and again that he is unstoppable, except by one or two people.
By the end of this book things are looking pretty dire for the kingdoms of the Silver Marches. Kingdoms which were supposedly formidable but have been overrun with seemingly with ease.
I understand the drow are sneaky and the orcs, goblins, giants, etc. I also understand that they've divided the kingdoms.
But overall it just seemed so one sided. How can the good guys possibly win? Are the Silver Marches doomed?
Are future books taking place elsewhere, so the Silver Marches are being destroyed? Who knows. That's for me to find out in the next book.
Victory seems unlikely, but somehow they'll win. Book Orcs fighting elves fighting dwarves fighting goblins fighting humans fighting dark elves.
I do like how the author showed the long-term view of a race of beings dark elves in hatching a plot that took years to come to fruition.
I am also enjoying the rather philosophical discussion taking place amongst the characters about the nature of evil. And: glorious fantasy war which is the only kind of war I like.
On to 27, then 28, then 29, then 30! I can't believe I've read this man Book I can't believe I've read this many. Darkest Drizzt novel yet!
There's nothing in this that is new but sometimes that's just what you want. Ill be the first to point out that Salvatores style is cliched at this point, but this was a nice return to the early days of his writing.
It was almost like he needed this reset they did recently to get back into the swing of things. Again it's nothing new but if you aren't burned out then he did a really great job with an interesting ongoing war.
Jul 09, Chris rated it really liked it. I still really like this series. It seems that some of the story has become too complicated for my taste, but at least the characters are still interesting.
At first, I thought the new-old characters would be a crutch. I actually like the development of some of them, but there's still more to see. Maybe I'll catch up in the next year or so Sep 04, Theron Williams rated it really liked it.
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