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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast; Reprint edition (Aug. 7 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0786942894
  • ISBN-13: 978-0786942893
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 10.8 x 2.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #90,544 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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Réception très rapide du livre. Cependant, le livre contient quelques mots mal écrit (dont le nom des personnages) ainsi qu'une impression du texte pas toujours centré dans la page (trop collé sur la marge externe).

Very fast delivery. However, some words are misspelled (the names of the character more often) and sometimes the text isn't well printed on the centre of the page (too close of the outer margin).
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By Tommy Corriveau on June 29 2010
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still 50 pages to read but it is sure one awesome book again ... R.A salvatore thumbs up
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By Jerry on March 25 2006
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Read this years ago and recently revisited this series. One of my first from Salvatore and still a favorite. great characters and writing, and exciting action.
If you like books like this one, might I suggest another I've recently come across. The Unsuspecting Mage by Brian S. Pratt. It's another fantasy adventure sure to please. I highly recommend it.
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I thought that "The Halfling's Gem" was a good book, but like the rest of the trilogy it seemed very random and unrelated to the previous two books except for the ending of the second book. Out of nowhere (it seems) the group has to run after the assasin half the continent away to Calimport - while running into evil creatures and people they have to fight. This book has great action and well thought out fights which is one reason Salvatore has grown in the ranks of fantasy writing. Everyone loves his battles.
As a side note, an interesting idea and well done character development is the fact that the drow Drizzt is having to hide his identity because of the racist overworld and his heritage. His hiding is referenced in the later books many times. His thoughts and those he shares with Cattie-brie get nagging and annoying, but of course I would probably feel the same way if I was persecuted and hated while saving the lives of good people.
I absolutely love the Drizzt and Entreri duel. I loved the battle at the end of "Streams of Silver" and as always they duel it out in such a beautiful and deadly fasion.
Overall, the book was good and the trilogy was also good, just not great. I love "the Legacy of the Drow" a thousand times better than this trilogy, but of course these are necessary for complete understanding of the characters involved in both sequences. I would have given this book (and the other books in the trilogy) a higher rating(s) if the tasks and quests did not seem so random and reaching for relavence to the rest of the realm.
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By L Gontzes on June 5 2004
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Definitely a great fantasy epic and one of my personal favorites, The Icewind Dale Trilogy- The Crystal Shard, Streams of Silver, and The Halfling's Gem, brings to life the story of a good hearted dark elf ranger named Drizzt Do'Urden and his adventures in the northwestern reaches of the World of Faerun. The books are so incredibly well written that the reader feels that they have been transported to another universe and are actually present among the characters, seeing what they see, feeling what they feel, sensing what they sense. RA Salvatore has truly outdone himself and has presented us with a masterpiece of literature the likes of which we have seen only in JRR Tolkien's work and in authors Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's Dragonlance Chronicles and Legends trilogies. Duty, honor, bravery, magic, dragons and heroes are all about. A great trilogy indeed and a "must read" along with RA Salvatore's Dark Elf Trilogy!
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In the last book of the trilogy, the adventurers keep up their constant stream of crazily difficult scenarios but once again come out on top of their foes. Maybe it was just me getting kinda tired of the same story, but I thought that this last book of the three wasn't as good as the first two. (That's where the four stars, instead of five, comes from)... In some places the book almost seemed rushed, as if Salvatore was looking forward to finishing the story, but overall the book was very good and exciting. The adventures just didn't quite match up to the scale of the other books (Bruenor's fight with Shimmergloom), but the presence of bad-ass weapons (Catie-Brie's bow and Drizzit's two scimitars) was cool.
While the adventures of this book were somewhat weaker than in the others, they are by no means weak by any standards. The pirate ship attack, fighting the ratmen in the sewers, Wulfgar's fight with the Hydra, and of course Drizzit's and Entreri's showdown.. The book ended on a wonderful note with Regis (temporarily) taking over the theives guild and Bruenor taking his place as the King of Mithral Hall and Wulfgar + Catie-Bire/Drizzit + Lady Alustriel hooking up.
I look forward to reading more of Salvatore's books featuring Drizzit Do'Urden.
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3.5 stars
I'd say this book is slightly worse than the other two. The reason is because this book isn't interesting throughout, where the other books were. The first two portions of this book really didn't amount to much. There's still too many RPG elements for my liking and in this book Salvatore still hasn't worked out his characterization elements yet. Sometimes the characters can act rather immature, with the exception of Drittz. Another thing I didn't like (and this was in Streams of Silver, too) was the fact that the characters' journey was already laid out on the map. There was no suspense about "Will they go to the forest or will they go to the plains or will they take to the sea?" because you already know they will take to sea. Bad form, and pointless, too, for that matter. There's not much action until the heroes get to Calimport. Then all hell breaks loose, and it gets entertaining. It seems to me that there were two authors writing this book. Everything revolving around Drittz seems to be of a higher caliber writing than things concerning Wulfgar, or Cattie-brie, or anyone else in the novel besides Drittz. Drittz and Artemis Entreri. It's as if a part of him lies dormant while writing other characters and only surfaces when he is in Drittz mode. The high point of the novel was Drittz's battle with Artemis Entreri, which gave the book its redemption.
The title can be misleading: you really don't learn anything new about the gem or how it relates to the other eleven. This set seems to be of some importance. Hopefully we will learn more in a later book, yes?

Overall, the series is OK. Had I not read the Dark Elf Trilogy before I read this one, I might have doubts as to whether or not to continue reading Salvatore.
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