Exile by RA Salvatore

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Rating 9.0/10
Salvatore produces a worthy sequel to Homeland.

As I became a creature of the empty tunnels, survival became easier and more difficult all at once. I gained in the physical skills and experience necessary to live on. I could defeat almost anything that wandered into my chosen domain. It did not take me long, however, to discover one nemesis that I could neither defeat nor flee. It followed me wherever I went indeed, the farther I ran, the more it closed in around me. My enemy was solitude, the interminable, incessant silence of hushed corridors.

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A truly gripping novel in the Legend of Drizzt series. A must read for any fan of the Fantasy genre, Exile follows the trials, both physically and mentally of everyone's favorite Drow elf Drizzt Do'Urden in the dreaded Underdark, a place of untold evils where danger could be lurking around any corner. This book had me gripped from start to finish and I would highly recommend reading this, as well as the other books from the Dark Elf Trilogy before the Icewind Dale saga to truly appreciate why our hero abandoned his homeland and his people, a must read!!!

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