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Forgotten Realms: The Legend of Drizzt: Homeland/Exile/Sojourn

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ISBN13: 9781932796803
ISBN10: 1932796800
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At long last! A collected box set edition of Homeland, Exile and Sojourn featuring one of the most popular characters in fantasy fiction! Travel back to strange and exotic Menzoberranzan, the vast city of the Drow and homeland to Icewind Dale hero Drizzt Do'Urden. The young prince of a royal house, Drizzt grows to maturity in the vile world of his dark kin. Possessing honor beyond the scope of his unprincipled society, young Drizzt faces an inevitable dilemma. Can he live in a world that rejects integrity?

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Presenting the second volume of R.A. Salvatore's masterful Legend of Drizzt trilogy in a hardback collectors edition! Drizzt Do-urden has fled a treacherous society to seek peace in the wilderness of the Underdark. But even as he confronts fearsome new enemies, his family has sworn to destroy him-using the only person Drizzt ever loved: his father!

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greenleaves, October 5, 2007 (view all comments by greenleaves)
I have just recently started to read the books of Drizzt. And I'm completely mesmerized by him. When I was a freshman I read a book about the spider queen's war, and I happened upon Drizzt and I fell in love with him then. Later on I seen a book with his name and it struck me as familiar(like four years later). So I began reading it, I started with Exile, half way through the book I decided to read the first one, then found Homeland. During the whole time I just couldn't put the book(s) down. I even began to dream about the books that's how bad it got! What I love best about the books are how well there written. I marvel at how one event leads into another with such percision that you can't help but feel accomplished after reading the chapter. I also like how masterful the battle scenes are played out , almost as though I was Drizzt himself in the fury of dancing blades. Just from reading the books I feel like I have gained more insight on swords better, considering I take martial arts. The way the emotions and mental focus are described actually helps in understanding how to fight with spirit(as Drizzt says). A good fighter: it's not so much about the muscle as it is with the spirit. I can go on for hours about how enslaving these books are. I have to admit, I kind of miss the hunter when he gets into dilemmas. I really felt attached to him in Exile, because I felt his lonliness and his differences from the rest of his people, and what it's like to have the "hunter" within become active. I like mainly on how the books are categorized as fantasy yet when you read between the lines the story actually fits into our daily lives. A lot of the questions mentioned in the book I have to say I have thought about for awhile. So the books actually forced me to sit down and analyze my life, and to see if I'm fulfilling my potentials as I should be. And these books helped me realize my deep passion for Martial Arts. I have to admit this, I have been smitten by this Drow, and that never really happens often for me!
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xani, May 15, 2007 (view all comments by xani)
The best battles in fantasy fiction! Born to a society dominated by females, Drizzt becomes the ultimate warrior prince. The Drow city of Icewind Dale is home to the dark elves, were Drizzt Do'Urden?s family rules as the ninth house. Cunning and treachery are a way of life in the immense city, were elfin House?s strive for power and control of the metropolis, Icewind Dale.
Drizzt uses his double swords to battle magic, treachery and the dark ideals of his society.
Exiled, Drizzt is chased by Zaknafein, the undead evil spirit who occupies the body of his father. Breathtaking battles take place as Drizzt struggles to escape from the unscrupulous life of the dark elves.

Excellent read, I found it hard to stop reading as each chapter contain spectacular sword fights as well as dark and malevolent magic.
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No_Name, December 23, 2006 (view all comments by No_Name)
These are the most amazing books i have ever read. They've inspired me in so many ways and were an absolute joy to read.
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Product Details

ISBN:
9781932796803
Publisher:
Devil's Due Publishing
Subject:
General
Illustrator:
Seeley, Tim
Author:
Salvatore, R. A.
Subject:
Fantasy - General
Publication Date:
20070411
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
Young adult
Language:
English
Illustrations:
YES
Pages:
480
Dimensions:
10.34x6.98x1.26 in. 2.97 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Presenting the second volume of R.A. Salvatore's masterful Legend of Drizzt trilogy in a hardback collectors edition! Drizzt Do-urden has fled a treacherous society to seek peace in the wilderness of the Underdark. But even as he confronts fearsome new enemies, his family has sworn to destroy him-using the only person Drizzt ever loved: his father!
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