- File Size: 3756 KB
- Print Length: 352 pages
- Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (August 7, 2012)
- Publication Date: August 7, 2012
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0078XCSRA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,828 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Charon's Claw: Neverwinter Saga, Book III (The Legend of Drizzt 22) Kindle Edition
|Length: 352 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I was really excited for the 3rd book. There were a lot of ways the story could go after the previous book so I dove right in. It started out by getting back into what made R.A Salvatore famous: the drow. There was plenty of Underdark intrigue to be had, including Gromph Baenre - probably my favorite mage in the Forgotten Realms books - and I was kind of bummed when the story left the drow and turned back to Neverwinter. I'll be honest; I don't care how the town of Neverwinter organizes its militia and guards. If they can't man up enough to drive out the Netherese then I don't really care. The story chugged along rather predictably with Drizzt and crew going after the Herzgo Alegni to get Charon's Claw back but I never really felt connected to the story. The real high points were checking back in on the drow caravan to Gauntlgrym. I wasn't overly wild about the whole SpellSpinner thing but that is likely because I don't follow Dungeons and Dragons anymore and I'm not up to speed on the latest editions. I also prefer my driders and drow outrageously evil and unpredictable and these felt watered down. Sure they were evil, but not chaotic evil the way Lady Lloth prefers.
My biggest complaint about the book is the sheer number of open plot lines that were started and completely ignored. There were so many unanswered plot lines at the end of this book that I planned to write a review about it last year, simply so I could try and wrap my mind around it. It was so out of character for R.A. Salvatore and so strange for his style that I was ready to write it off as an unfortunate deadline issue or really crappy editing. An old rule in gaming is that "you don't describe the window if you want the group to use the door".Read more ›
It felt like the long and complicated fight choreography are there as fluff to add more pages to the books, more books to the series and increase sales. To each is own I guess.
AWESOME NEW DROW CHARACTERS!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good story liking the stories better than the edition the story takes place in.Published 1 month ago by David Stegmann
Great book it starts right where the last book ended so you don't miss a thingPublished 3 months ago by Tara Peterson
Great story! I loved all of Salvatore's books. Great author, except he seems to kill off all my favorite characters in his books.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Salvatore delivers with this action packed adventure. The ending was great. Looking forward to reading book four. This is a must read.Published 4 months ago by Stephen J Simmons