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Hard fought treaty that's held however tentatively for a hundred years and the time to settle old scores has devolved into an all out brawl for control of the ancient realms of the Nort. I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewRese a completa en n personal Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf continua la cruda guerra entre orcos gigantes y enanos donde la dejamos en el libro anterior A pesar de tener esta como trama principal un mont n de subtramas de politiueo e influencias del mundo drow se ir n abriendo junto a tramas de personajes secundarios No obstante la trama principal me ha resultado tan repetitiva poco original y pesada ue ni los personajes ni el resto de subtramas han conseguido despertar mi inter s por el libro ue me ha aburrido sobremanera Se me ha hecho muy largo no he disfrutado para nada la lectura y creo ue es un buen momento para tomarme un respiro de los Reinos Olvidados English review Ok so this is going to be a tough one Just to be clear I love Drizzt I love the character the saga the world the idea I have been reading these books for years now and it is part of my life those kind of books that defines you And it is always a hard time when it comes a moment where you think about what you have read and come to the conclusion that you do not like the book It continues with the same plot that started in these series the war between orcs guided by drows against dwarves elfs and pretty much everyone else in the world I fell this plot so old fashion so used so common and developed in a way so simple that it simply does not attract me in the least I did not manage to get interested by the story at all And when you are reading something that you could not care les Well it is badSo it is not that I did not like it It was just felt like I have already read that and it was the same again If you are going for a re read you know what is gonna be but if you find a re read in a new book I was struggling to finish it and I was literary boredIt is not all like that though I did love some plots just not the main ones and therefore did not have enough pages of it so it was like reading very every now and then some really good parts in between like all the drow plots especially Jarlaxle Sadly not enough So with this in mind I think I will have a break from Forgotten Realms It is not that I don t like them any but this is the second book that I do not enjoy And reading without pleasure it s stupid I need to gain perspective read other things and back refreshed when I feel like it Petals Drifting ue ni los personajes ni el resto de subtramas han conseguido despertar mi inter s por el libro Quyn S ue me ha aburrido sobremanera Se me ha hecho muy largo no he disfrutado para nada la lectura y creo An Introduction To The Old Testament Prophetic Books ue es Kate Douglas un buen momento para tomarme Snake Charmer un respiro de los Reinos Olvidados English review Ok so this is going to be a tough one Just to be clear I love Drizzt I love the character the saga the world the idea I have been reading these books for years now and it is part of my life those kind of books that defines you And it is always a hard time when it comes a moment where you think about what you have read and come to the conclusion that you do not like the book It continues with the same plot that started in these series the war between orcs guided by drows against dwarves elfs and pretty much everyone else in the world I fell this plot so old fashion so Selected Poems used so common and developed in a way so simple that it simply does not attract me in the least I did not manage to get interested by the story at all And when you are reading something that you could not care les Well it is badSo it is not that I did not like it It was just felt like I have already read that and it was the same again If you are going for a re read you know what is gonna be but if you find a re read in a new book I was struggling to finish it and I was literary boredIt is not all like that though I did love some plots just not the main ones and therefore did not have enough pages of it so it was like reading very every now and then some really good parts in between like all the drow plots especially Jarlaxle Sadly not enough So with this in mind I think I will have a break from Forgotten Realms It is not that I don t like them any but this is the second book that I do not enjoy And reading without pleasure it s stupid I need to gain perspective read other things and back refreshed when I feel like it

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Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf Companions Codex #3; Legend of Drizzt #27

RdenIn the evolving world of the Forgotten Realms setting the Sundering has given way to months of cloud cloaked darkness and war rages under that oppressive sky The orcs have broken a. Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf is the third and final book of the Companions Codex trilogy and the 27th part of the Legend of Drizzt that is the 27th novel about the extremely popular dark elf ranger by Bob Salvatore It is also I m saddened to say an awful book I really wanted to like it but I couldn tSalvatore is certainly able to write well I loved The Companions the book where he resurrected his original characters and told their new origin tales but the warmth and joy of that book is a long way from the soulless slog that formed the Companions Codex The book covers events in the years 1484 and 1485 by the Dale Reckoning of the Forgotten Realms in which towns of the Silver Marches are under siege by a great horde of orcs who have been manipulated into their attacks by the drow The book begins with the Companions scattered Wulfgar and Regis lost in the Underdark and the others trapped in one of the dwarven fortresses Mithril Hall I thinkBy the end of the book Wulfgar and Regis have rejoined the others the orcs have been defeated and the drow are planning another schemeUnfortunately the bulk of the book is filled with meaningless battles dull characters and very little interesting interaction It is almost certain that there are too many characters in the book as it s rare that we get to spend enough time with any of them to form attachments to them and the plot if there is one is murky Those looking for great acts of heroism are going to be disappointed As far as I could tell the orc sieges ended because the drow got sick of their manipulations and went home it s not because of anything any of the so called heroes did The drow Gromph and Jarlaxle provide rare points of colour and there are other characters that are potentially interesting but are wasted due to not enough attention being paid to their activities Instead we get a lot of negative charisma dwarves mostly laughing madlyBwahahahahThere is a craft to telling the story of a war that is almost entirely absent here Tolkien had it When there s a battle in the Lord of the Rings you know exactly what it signifies how important it is and you care about the characters involved There s a remarkable seuence in Erickson s Malazan Book of the Fallen the Chain of Dogs occurring in book 2 Deadhouse Gates where the entirety of the suffering of a retreat from a lost battle is covered and stands as the most intense and moving descriptions of fantasy warfare I ve ever read Those are the work of authors at the top of their game With Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf one wonders if Salvatore knows what the game is The book reads as battle after battle after battle until suddenly there are no battles How each battle shapes the war No ideaTo make things worse I don t even find the battles interestingly described There are a few times when I m surprised by a few good details but for the most part they re mind numbingly dull You can get an idea as to how much I struggled with this book when I tell you it took me most of a month to read Perhaps a little mainly because it didn t draw me back to read the next chapter During this period ueen of Shadows by Sarah J Maas came out and I read that in under a day That s because it was compelling and kept me entertained throughoutI ve now got Archmage sitting on my virtual shelf book 28 of the Legend of Drizzt I really hope it reads better than the last three books I m interested in what happens in the Forgotten Realms but I really wish I liked Salvatore s books better Plenty of people do but whatever charms they have seem to have passed me by Anayurt Oteli under that oppressive sky The orcs have broken a. Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf is the third and final book of the Companions Codex trilogy and the 27th part of the Legend of Drizzt that is the 27th novel about the extremely popular dark elf ranger by Bob Salvatore It is also I m saddened to say an awful book I really wanted to like it but I couldn tSalvatore is certainly able to write well I loved The Companions the book where he resurrected his original characters and told their new origin tales but the warmth and joy of that book is a long way from the soulless slog that formed the Companions Codex The book covers events in the years 1484 and 1485 by the Dale Reckoning of the Forgotten Realms in which towns of the Silver Marches are the-dhammapada under siege by a great horde of orcs who have been manipulated into their attacks by the drow The book begins with the Companions scattered Wulfgar and Regis lost in the Underdark and the others trapped in one of the dwarven fortresses Mithril Hall I thinkBy the end of the book Wulfgar and Regis have rejoined the others the orcs have been defeated and the drow are planning another schemeUnfortunately the bulk of the book is filled with meaningless battles dull characters and very little interesting interaction It is almost certain that there are too many characters in the book as it s rare that we get to spend enough time with any of them to form attachments to them and the plot if there is one is murky Those looking for great acts of heroism are going to be disappointed As far as I could tell the orc sieges ended because the drow got sick of their manipulations and went home it s not because of anything any of the so called heroes did The drow Gromph and Jarlaxle provide rare points of colour and there are other characters that are potentially interesting but are wasted due to not enough attention being paid to their activities Instead we get a lot of negative charisma dwarves mostly laughing madlyBwahahahahThere is a craft to telling the story of a war that is almost entirely absent here Tolkien had it When there s a battle in the Lord of the Rings you know exactly what it signifies how important it is and you care about the characters involved There s a remarkable seuence in Erickson s Malazan Book of the Fallen the Chain of Dogs occurring in book 2 Deadhouse Gates where the entirety of the suffering of a retreat from a lost battle is covered and stands as the most intense and moving descriptions of fantasy warfare I ve ever read Those are the work of authors at the top of their game With Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf one wonders if Salvatore knows what the game is The book reads as battle after battle after battle the-legend-of-zelda-symphony-of-the-goddesses-piano-solos until suddenly there are no battles How each battle shapes the war No ideaTo make things worse I don t even find the battles interestingly described There are a few times when I m surprised by a few good details but for the most part they re mind numbingly dull You can get an idea as to how much I struggled with this book when I tell you it took me most of a month to read Perhaps a little mainly because it didn t draw me back to read the next chapter During this period 7 Cavalier Of The Abyss Vol 7 ueen of Shadows by Sarah J Maas came out and I read that in The Bachelors Christmas Bride under a day That s because it was compelling and kept me entertained throughoutI ve now got Archmage sitting on my virtual shelf book 28 of the Legend of Drizzt I really hope it reads better than the last three books I m interested in what happens in the Forgotten Realms but I really wish I liked Salvatore s books better Plenty of people do but whatever charms they have seem to have passed me by

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Bloody war rages across the Forgotten Realms world in the third book of the Companions Codex the latest series in RA Salvatore's New York Times best selling saga of dark elf Drizzt Do'U. Well this one was slightly better than Rise of the King but not by muchOne thing I ll note is that it seems apparent that Salvatore has a different editor than whoever he used for the last book and that is certainly a positiveWill the story of Drizzt ever end


10 thoughts on “Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf Companions Codex #3; Legend of Drizzt #27

  1. says:

    I probably am the biggest fan of Drizzt I know Drizzt has changed my life as how I looked at the power of words can do but just like with anything Salvatore has jumped the shark This began with him bring the Companions back then revising the past in this trilogy because it is something he Drizzt and all the fans wanted but I did not But on the other hand the road of Darkness that Drizzt was traveling down befor

  2. says:

    How can a story that includes so many novels over so many years still be growing so much? The companions talents grow throu

  3. says:

    Well this one was slightly better than Rise of the King but not by muchOne thing I'll note is that it seems apparent that Salvatore has a different editor than whoever he used for the last book and that is certainly a positiveWill the story of Drizzt ever end?

  4. says:

    Slightly underwhelming conclusion to an otherwise interesting trilogySalvatore is an experienced writer and he can weave a solid story with ease his writing flows wonderfully smoothly The Companions Codex should appeal to any Drizzt fan and starting with the Companions to any reader interested in a very good copybook swashbuckling adventure B

  5. says:

    Standard RA Salvatore Biased Review Caveat Bob Salvatore is one of my favorite authors and has been for 20 years; he’s also amongst

  6. says:

    Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf is the third and final book of the Companions’ Codex trilogy and the 27th part of the Legend of Drizzt that is the 27th novel about the extremely popular dark elf ranger by Bob Salvat

  7. says:

    There are nearly thirty books in the Legend of Drizzt and a number of side ventures When you get this far into a series spoilers are inevitable So if you’re not familiar with the legend much of the content of Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf will confound and perhaps ruin you for everything that comes beforeFor those who have journeyed this far vengeance is sweetAt the end of Rise of the King the hundred year peace between the orcs

  8. says:

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewReseña completa en ón personal Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf continua la cruda guerra entre orcos gigantes y enanos donde la dejamos en el libro anterior A pesar de tener esta como trama principal un montón de subtramas de politiueo e influencias del mundo drow se irán abriendo junto a tramas de personajes secundarios No obstante la

  9. says:

    Manly bio Allan is my husband and will be an occasional guest reviewer on my blog He's in his 30z and a nerd who loves mostly adult science fiction namely space operas This book was a difficult one for me It was very hard to get into at the start and there were multiple occasions where I considered putting it down and writing this review as a “Did Not Finish” The only thing that really kept me going through those par

  10. says:

    I've just finished my copy from Netgalley; here are some non spoiler thoughtsAs billed Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf is jam packed with battles both huge one on one in a wide variety of places Silverymoon Everlund outside the gates of the dwarven fortresses in the elven Glimmerwood thousands of feet up in the air and hundr

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