Night of the Hunter (Companions Codex, #1; Legend of Drizzt, #25)



R.A Salvatore S New York Times Best Selling Saga Continues As Dark Elf Drizzt Do Urden Returns To Gauntlgrym With Old Friends By His Side Once Again, As They Seek To Rescue Bruenor S Loyal Shield Dwarf Turned Vampire But Not Only Do Drizzt And His Allies Face A Perilous Journey Through The Underdark And The Dangers Of The Undead That Lie Within, But They Must Cross Through A Colony Of Drow, Who Would Like Nothing Better Than To See Drizzt Do Urden Dead.Night of the Hunter (Companions Codex, #1; Legend of Drizzt, #25)

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  • Hardcover
  • 380 pages
  • Night of the Hunter (Companions Codex, #1; Legend of Drizzt, #25)
  • R.A. Salvatore
  • English
  • 06 May 2017
  • 0786965118

10 thoughts on “Night of the Hunter (Companions Codex, #1; Legend of Drizzt, #25)

  1. says:

    ARC provided by NetGalley and Wizards of the coast for an honest review Anyone who has read my reviews should know that I have been reading fantasy novels for 23 years and started to read Dungeons and Dragons Forgotten realms books in 1992 when TSR still was in existence I have read the majority of the Realms novels along with Dragonlance, Ravenloft, Dark sun and some other offshoot novel worlds WOTC TSR owned, so I would say I am well versed in the setting, world, and the current events going ARC provided by NetGalley and Wizards of the coast for an honest review Anyone who has read my reviews should know that I have been reading fantasy novels for 23 years and started t...

  2. says:

    In The Companions R A Salvatore brought Drizzt s old friends The Companions of the Hall back to life He did this in an amazing original way Our heroes were not simply resurrected, instead they were given the chance to come back as newborn children When they were born they had all of their memories of their past life and were fully conscious of this from the moment of birth The book followed the first twenty one years of the new lives of Cattie Brie, Bruennor, and Regis as they grow and dev In The Companions R A Salvatore brought Drizzt s old friends The Companions of the Hall back to life He did this in an amazing original way Our heroes were not simply resurrected, instead they were given the chance to come back as newborn children When they were born they had all of their memories of their past life and were fully conscious of this from the moment of birth The book followed the first twenty one years of the new lives of...

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Companions, the previous book featuring Drizzt and the Companions of the Hall although it almost exclusively followed Bruenor, Catti Brie and Regis, and not Drizzt or Wulfgar set up this book up nicely, reuniting Drizzt and his closest friends, now resurrected into new, nearly identical bodies.This book starts off with the protagonists in Icewind Dale, with the group s immediate goal of travelling to the abandoned dwarf stronghold of Gauntlgrym to bring peace to the now vampiric Thibbl The Companions, the previous book featuring Drizzt and the Companions of the Hall although it almost exclusively followed Bruenor, Catti Brie and Regis, and not Drizzt or Wulfgar set up this book up nicely, reuniting Drizzt and his closest friends, now resurrected into...

  4. says:

    ARC Net Galley copy Best Salvatore book in years I have felt a little blah over the past few dark elves books but this one really blew my mind I can hardly believe everything Salvatore has crammed into this one book I have read every book published in the Forgotten Realms and I can say this brings me back to the golden age of Realms books No spoilers but all of our favorite characters return and it feels a lotthought out than the Companions did Muchdeveloped plot as a stand alo ARC Net Galley copy Best Salvatore book in years I have felt a little blah over the past few dark elves books but this one really blew my mind I can hardly believe everything Salvatore has crammed into this one book I have read every book published in the Forgotten Realms and I can say this brings me back to the golden age of Realms books No spoilers but all of our favorite characters return and it feels a lotthought out than the Companions did Muchdeveloped plot as a stand alone series than as part of the Sundering As with all of his book...

  5. says:

    Night of the Hunter is the beginning of a new series called the Companion Codex and just like all the other series that Wizards has done with R.A.Salvatore this one is seriously good There is plenty here, back to my favorite Underdark climes and the companionship of old friends This has got to be one of the best books of R.A.Salvatore s I ve read The return to all things Drizzt Do Urden has been a wonderful journey The book is incredible and anyone who has ever read a book about the elusive Night of the Hunter is the beginning of a new series called the Companion Codex and just like all the other series that Wizards has done with R.A.Salvatore this one is seriously good There is plenty here, back to ...

  6. says:

    Signed up just to share this I started reading R.A Salvador over a decade ago, and it was by reading his collective works that I discovered both my love of fantasy and tabletop roleplay But the advent of 4th edition and the hand it dealt to writers in this setting drastically changed my opinion of the Forgotten realms in generalThat saidWell many people are calling R.A Salvator s latest works one of his best to date, I couldn t disagreeWell it has all of his usual style and qual Signed up just to share this I started reading R.A Salvador over a decade ago, and it was by reading his collective works that I discovered both my love of fantasy and tabletop roleplay But the advent of 4th edition and the hand it dealt to writers in this setting drastically changed my opinion of the Forgotten realms in generalThat saidWell many people are calling R.A Salvator s latest works one of his best to date, I couldn t disagreeWell it has all of his usual style and quality, lending to fantastic fight scenes and enjoyable dialog in the end it seems to be littlethen an attempt to recreate the era of gleefully genocidal fantasy heroes usually reserved for thinly veiled allegories children s bedtime stories...

  7. says:

    Overall I liked this book There are parts that I found boring like the parts in Menzoberranza Mainly because of the repetition that kept happening This was mainly the same things had to be repeated to different characters over and over again The Drow are the most treacherous and manipulative race and it is so interwoven into their Menzoberranzan...

  8. says:

    By way of introduction, I must say that Wizards of the Coast kindly sent me an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and that I am a native Spanish speaker, reason why I ask the reader to excuse any mistakes that may be found in this review In a few words, I can say that the book is fun to read, and I do think that entertainment is an important part of literature On the other hand, it is quite well written, and the depiction of different characters is brilliant Drizzt i By way of introduction, I must say that Wizards of the Coast kindly sent me an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and that I am a native Spanish speaker, reason why I ask the reader to excuse any mistakes that may be found in this review In a few words, I can say that the book is fun to read, and I do think that entertainment is an important part of literature On the other hand, it is quite well written, and the depiction of different characters is brilliant Drizzt is wonderful, as always, and so are Wulfgar, Regis, Artemis Entreri and the villains Th...

  9. says:

    I received my copy from NetGalley and Wizards of the Coast in exchange for an honest review Night of the Hunter immediately follows the plots of both The Last Threshold and The Companions The Companions of the Hall have now been restored to life by nature goddess Mielikki in order to help Drizzt protect himself from the wrath of demon goddess Lolth However, despite this being a Drizzt book the vast majority of the plot centers around the schemes of the devious drow As drow fan I was pleased I received my copy from NetGalley and Wizards of the Coast in exchange for an honest review Night of the Hunter immediately follows the plots of both The Last Threshold and The Companions The Companions of the Hall have now been restored to life by nature...

  10. says:

    An ARC from NetGalley R.A Salvatore spins Lolth s webs himself in this new and 25th Drizzt novel The Companions of the Hall are back together, yet with all the added complexity of their new identities from The Companions Salvatore never ceased to keep my attention throughout the whole novel and I would rank it a...

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