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Dark Elf Trilogy Box Set: Three Volume Set: 1 (Forgotten Realms: the Dark Elf Trilogy)

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    R.A. Salvatore(Author)

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Drizzt Do'Urden, the dark elf, confronts the underground civilization of the evil Drow elves, travels through an endless labyrinth, and battles to survive on the surface world.

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  • PDF | 960 pages
  • R.A. Salvatore(Author)
  • Wizards of the Coast; Box edition (1 Sept. 2001)
  • English
  • 2
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By Paul on 15 September 2017

    Amazing Book

  • By M. Paddon on 5 December 2002

    It has been many years since I have read the Dark Elf Trilogy, but having recently repurchased it, and re-read them I had to write a review.It was actually this Trilogy that first ignited my passion with fantasy fiction, and even reading them again I find that the books still totally captivated me.If you are reading this review then I would have to assume that either you are new to fantasy fiction, or for some reason have not managed to read an RA Salvatore book.So to enlighten you this trilogy deals with the beginning of the tale of Drizzt Do'Urden, who is perhaps the best loved fantasy fiction character there is in print, at least in my humble opinion.It is quite simply the tale of the dark Elf, born with a pure heart and soul, but unfortunately in the sinister, and evil Drow city of Menzoberranzan.Without giving away too much of the plot, the books basically tell of the trials that Drizzt faces to maintain his integrity, and honour, in the face of the evil heritage that define the dark Elf society.Salvatore tells the tale in a masterful way, with character descriptions, intriguing and devious twists of plot, and written combat that will make you feel as if you are in the way of the swords yourself.I think personally my favourite books were actually the IceWind Dale trilogy that follow-on from this particular trilogy. My only reason for this is that I found the characters that enter in the second trilogy really interact well with each other. However the dark Elf Trilogy is a brilliant read, and I think an essential introduction to the infamous Drizzt Do'Urden, and also an excellent view of the dark Elf society he came from.In short if you are a fan of fantasy fiction this is an essential purchase to add to your book collection.

  • By DanT on 14 September 2008

    Drizzt the dark eif, trained to kill, very efficiently,but holding to a set of values that do not fit into the society that he was born into.a society where the way to the top is through the complete destruction of those above you, as long as it is done so thoroughly that there is no one left to point the finger.Families run by fanatical sorceress priestesses all out to gain the favour of theur spider deity.All is set in underground cities where the dark elves rule almost supreme.Drizzt not able to come to terms with drow [name for dark elves] way of life leaves. having to contend with monsters, a vengeful mother, and no clear sense of what he is looking for, or how to get it. And so the adventures begin.This is not a deep complicated fantasy and some of it is even a little simplistic, but what it really is, is entertaining. so if you are not lookin for a major epic on a grand scale but want a good fantasy read go and get it.I like being entertained by the books i read so i have just ordered the second omnibus.

  • By Bart Kronenberger on 17 July 2009

    R A Salvatore doesn`t dissapoint with the beginnings of Drizzt Do Urden.Favourite of the three was Sojourn, where it introduces you to some of the other characters which you would well have known as Breunor Battlehammer, Cattbrie and Regis.If you`ve already read the icewind dale trilogy and the other 9 books after, this is a trilogy you can`t miss.

  • By Guest on 27 October 2003

    The first thing that came to mind when the book was thrust upon me was 'its a Dungeons and Dragons book.' The first thought is a heavily cliched fantasy good vs evil-good defeats evil-they all live happily ever after. I was wrong in such a dramaltically huge way.Salvatore manages to captivate the reader from the start, describing the Dark Elf race, their cruel city and an inticing assult upon any who would cross blades with the Drow family - and thats only at the start.The trilogy is a series of journeys, one that sees the main character - Drizzt Do'Urden - Grow up, survive and eventually escape from his sinister heritage. The trilogy twists and turns describing ups and downs, battles, friendships gained and lost, meetings and farewells and exploration of a new world. All of this as Drizzt tries to find his place in the world.I cant remember reading anything as enthralling. Lord of the Rings was a chore to read compared to this.get it, read it and cherish this masterpiece!

  • By Vicki on 22 May 2008

    Astounding. A wonderfly gripping read. I am by no means new to fantasy, in fact its my passion, but this series came as a shocker! Slightly grim and delishiously malicious, its encaptivating. The story is slightly confusing at the beggining, as you are plunged in with no time to get used to your new surroundings. Thats just about the only fault i can find. The main character is wrapped up in the story from the very beging. Narrowly avoiding being sacrificed at birth, Drizzit finds himself the only being in his underground world with a conscious. As he slowly climbs to the top in weaponry most keep their opinions to themself. . . but his oddity has by no means gone un-noticed. After reading all his books i still agree this and the next trilogy are the best. after it dwindles and losses the plot a bit, but dont let it stop you from reading these!! you will not regret it.

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