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I really enjoyed this book and thought it was the best book in the trilogy. The Halfling's Gem regains the continuous fast paced adventure that was lost in part of Streams of Silver. I found the supporting characters in this book much better conceived and interesting. The battle scenes in the boat and at Pasha Pook's palace were at least as good as any of the battle scenes in the other two books. Also Drizzt's attempt to find himself and what he stands for really progresses in this book. This continues in the Dark Elf Trilogy, which occurred before he reached Icewind Dale, but was written after the Icewind Dale Trilogy. All in all the writing in this novel has really improved from the first two books. This same quality continues through the rest of the Drizzt series. I whole-heartedly recommend this novel for the entertaining fast paced read that it is.
After the excitement of volume two, there is a bit of a let-down. After all, the action doesn't really pick up until Drizzt and Wulfgar near the end of their destination. After that, all hell breaks loose, literally. What follows is non-stop action. The party must survive an ambush in the city sewers, find an exit through the trap-filled thieves' guild, and escape from an an astral plane filled with bloodthirsty demons. All the while, Drizzt is drawn inexorably toward a confrontation with Entreri, who's his equal in every physical aspect and martial skill, yet is his polar opposite in spirit and morality. As expected, Drizzt's duel with Entreri is the highlight of the story, though unfortunately it ends without a resolution. Drizzt's emotional saga continues, as he struggles to be comfortable with his physical appearance, and succeeds in gaining a small measure of acceptance by the nobility of his actions. Yes, the dour ranger may be capable of even love, as the little confession from Catti-Brie seems to indicate. Die-hard Drizzt fans may not want to miss the moment he plants a wet kiss on Catti-Brie's lips, though whether she is aware of it is unclear.Read more ›
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I really enjoy talking Salvatore's books. This one however seemed to draw out the fights a little to long especially the last battle I found myself skimming through the pages to... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mark Johnson
I love these books with all my heart. Real, conflicting characters in a heart racing story. I couldn't put the book down!Published 24 days ago by Kindle Customer
A great read for those who like the D&D side of things, however, no spoilers will be given in this review... JUST READ IT!Published 26 days ago by Sabrina Johannes
A fine end to a very good trilogy. Drizzt and his company are out to save a friend. To do so, they must travel much further than they have travelled before. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shawn Stewart
Very enjoyable read. R.A. Salvatores' world continually supplies an intriguing, and enjoyable read. Looking forward to more!Published 2 months ago by Mathew
I know it's much more than a trilogy, but in my mind I still see it that way, and The Halfling's Gem ties up this batch of stories perfectly. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JB