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Starless Night is part of the continuing "Forgotten Realms" saga, which includes the author's best seller, The Legacy (Random Audio, 1992). Still shaken by the death of their comrade, Wolfgar, the companions, Regis, Brunor, Catibri, and Drizzt, mourn in their own ways. For Drizzt, however, sorrow turns to vengeance. Drizzt decides that he must return to the Underdark city of Menzoberranzan and see for himself that the drow do not again spread their evil on the surface world. Much like a fly who is caught in a spider's invisible web, Drizzt, too, finds himself entangled in events that he cannot control. Starless Night is good sword-and-sorcery fare and keeps a lively pace throughout. Narrator Simon Jones offers a solid performance that is occasionally marred by hokey sound effects. Those who are Dungeons and Dragons players will appreciate seeing the genre come to life. Recommended for "gamers" and listeners interested in fantasy.
- Adam Paul Hunt, "California Bicyclist," San Francisco
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Characters are very real and have a life of their own. One of my favourite authors for sure along with Terry Brooks, Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson.Published 17 months ago by Kevin MacDonald
When Bruenor supposedly died and then came back in the Icewind Dale Trilogy, I held my silence. Read more
I'm guessing most people who are thinking of buying this are already familiar with the author, or perhaps have already read all four books. Read morePublished on Nov. 5 2003 by cyk1
This is the 2nd book of the Legacy of Drow trilogy but the eighth book in the series. As with any trilogy the middle book is always the slowest but still an excellent book.Published on Feb. 21 2003 by "atrus_650"
This is book 2 in the series "The Legacy of the Drow". This book takes off right after the first book, "The Legacy". Read morePublished on Feb. 17 2003 by Photopro
Drizzt coming to his homeland. I thought it was crazy!! Why the heck would Drizzt go back to that horrid place. Well, anyways being a true R. A Salvatore fan myself. Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2003 by Jimi Dracutt
anyone who says that this was a book which deserves less than 3 stars, they simply cannot understand good books, and they don't deserve to read fantasy books. Read morePublished on May 11 2002