Review: Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf by R.A. Salvatore

There are nearly thirty books in the Legend of Drizzt and a number of side ventures. When you get this far into a series, spoilers are inevitable. So if you’re not familiar with the legend, much of the content of Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf will confound, and perhaps ruin you for everything that comesContinue reading “Review: Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf by R.A. Salvatore”

Review: The Herald (The Sundering, Book VI) by Ed Greenwood

This is it; we’re at the end of a long road. We are at ‘The Sundering’. Set during the Era of Upheaval, ‘The Sundering’ is a multi-author event chronicling the adventures of Faerûn’s heroes, from those just Chosen to some of the Realms most enduring characters. The Herald, by Ed Greenwood, rounds out the seriesContinue reading “Review: The Herald (The Sundering, Book VI) by Ed Greenwood”

Review: The Adversary: The Sundering, Book III

 The Adversary by Erin M. Evans. ‘The Adversary’ is the third book in the Forgotten Realms, multi-author event ‘The Sundering’. I have not read Erin Evans before, but a glance at the blurb and the chance to jump back into Faerûn had me hopping from foot to foot until the ARC hit my hands. WrappedContinue reading “Review: The Adversary: The Sundering, Book III”

Review: The Godborn: The Sundering, Book II

The Godborn by Paul S. Kemp I haven’t read anything by Paul S. Kemp before. After finishing The Godborn, I have to wonder why. The man can write. The Godborn is the second book in the Forgotten Realms event ‘The Sundering’. Wizards of the Coast plan to release six standalone novels from series authors thatContinue reading “Review: The Godborn: The Sundering, Book II”

Drizzt, Drizzt and a little more Drizzt

I met Drizzt by accident. A long, long time ago in a land far, far away, I read a book. The only details I remembered were a hero with dark skin and a castle. And that it was one of a series. I recalled being utterly captivated by the character and the story, however. IContinue reading “Drizzt, Drizzt and a little more Drizzt”