Homeland - R.A. Salvatore

Homeland

By R.A. Salvatore

  • Release Date: 2004-03-01
  • Genre: Epic
Score: 5
5
From 114 Ratings

Description

Drow ranger Drizzt Do’Urden, first introduced in The Icewind Dale Trilogy, quickly became one of the fantasy genre’s standout characters. But Homeland first reveals the startling tale of how this one lone drow walked out of the shadowy depths of the Underdark, leaving behind a society of evil and a family who want him dead. It is here that the story of this amazing dark elf truly began.

Reviews

  • Amazing intro into DnD for me

    5
    By Scraggles211
    My best friend showed me these books when I was younger, around 14 or so, and Im still reading them now at 27. I started off with this book and became OBSESSED with reading the rest. I truly enjoy Salvatores writing style and the addition of content he brings into the Forgotten Realms. I enjoy Sci-Fi both futuristic, DnD style, alternate universe, you name it. This mans writing introduced me into a great world of sci-fi that Im greatful for discovering. Keep on, keepin on, Bob.
  • For D&D lovers!

    5
    By Atlas-ZeroSeven
    This book is a must read for any D&D lover! It has wizards, fighters, clerics and the most beloved Drizzt Do'Urden featuring as a dual wielder known to us as the Ranger class. The book is a great one for those looking for inspiration to create their first character or those looking to enrich an already made one. The book goes by quickly and will most likely be read in a day or two; its "that" good!
  • Very Enjoyable

    4
    By Mole Roonie
    This was my introduction to the forgotten realms universe, and I must say it was very enjoyable. While the book was interesting it was also predictable at times and that took away from the great experience I had. The world building of the drow society was superb and I felt as if I was along side Drizzt witnessing the atrocities of his people along side him. I gave it a 4 out of 5 because again it was quite predictable at times. I have high hopes for the second volume, and am very eager to see Drizzt's journey to the surface, and what the Mind Flayers on cover might have in store for the hero.

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