Forgotten Realms: Sojourn (Legend of Drizzt #3)

Forgotten Realms: Sojourn (Legend of Drizzt #3)

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ISBN-13: 9781560760474
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Publication date: 05/28/1991
Series: Forgotten Realms Legend of Drizzt Series , #3
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 7.01(h) x 0.85(d)
Lexile: 1080L (what's this?)

About the Author

R.A. Salvatore is the New York Times best-selling author of more than forty novels, including the popular Forgotten Realms series The Legend of Drizzt. He's an avid gamer, father of three, and loyal citizen of Red Sox Nation. Residence: Massachusetts

Hometown:

Leominster, MA

Date of Birth:

January 20, 1959

Place of Birth:

Leominster, MA

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Forgotten Realms: Sojourn (Legend of Drizzt #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 281 reviews.
tyland More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful book on fantasy.
Chans Copeland More than 1 year ago
The headline says it all! Read the whole series. Some of the best fantasy books out there!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Drizzt travels out of the underdark to get away from his heartless kin. Drow are known as an evil race but Drizzt cannot accept this way of life so he runs from everything he has known and turns to what is forbidden by his family, the surface world. The sun pains him but he accepts it as the suffering he must bare to follow this path. Every town he has approached has turned him away because he is a dark elf. While traveling he meets a ranger called Mooshie who is blind. They become great friends and Mooshie teaches Drizzt the ways of the forest. After Mooshies death, Drizzt travels on, looking for a place to call home. This book was a great and enjoyable read. I could relate to the situations that Drizzt had to go through.
rbtwinky on LibraryThing 8 months ago
I¿m pretty sure this was my second time reading this book. It doesn¿t deliver as well as its predecessors, but it¿s still a great book. This book focuses a lot on the concept of hope and fitting in, something that most people can relate to. Unfortunately the book¿s position as a bridge between one great set of stories and another is pretty evident. A lot of the time that passes in the book seems like filler, especially after he flees Maldobar. It is interesting, though to see how Drizzt makes the transition from Underdark to surface dweller. His crisis of faith is also quite compelling.As a side note, the exchanges between Dove Falconhand (and her band) and Fret are hilarious. This is our first chance to see a Salvatore dwarf up close, and what a great one to start with. Also, when recommending the proper order for reading these books, one should start with the Icewind Dale trilogy and then come back to the Dark Elf trilogy because Salvatore gives away some important elements of the Crystal Shard and others in the Epilogue of Sojourn.
Karlstar on LibraryThing 8 months ago
In this final book about is past life in drow society, Drizz't finally gets free of his family and the various demons (literally, sometimes) of drow society. Making his way alone through the treacherous Underdark, he stumbles trying to adapt to the surface, and finally meets the perfect tutor for his new life. As with the other books in this series, if you are a dungeons and dragons fan, or just like good fantasy, this is an excellent exploration of the Underdark and one drow's journey from darkness to light, in several ways. Great stuff.
jmcclain19 on LibraryThing 8 months ago
Pretty much lost my interest about halfway thru the book. I slogged thru it but certainly didn't gain any satisfaction in finishing it. Sad how this trilogy went from an incredibly strong opening book and did nothing but get significantly weaker as the series went on.
sterling32 on LibraryThing 8 months ago
Overall, a good end to the trilogy. It felt rushed in several spots though. Like the author had a contract with TSR to write another Drizzt trilogy and he was supposed to keep the page count down. Some characters could have been hashed out much better, and some sections could have lasted for quite a few more pages. I think the book could have been almost twice as long and still been a good read.
psalm134_2 on LibraryThing 8 months ago
When I first began the Dark Elf Trilogy I wasn't sure I would like it. But I very quickly read all three books and grew quite fond of Drizzt. Admist all the darkness and evil that he faced, he held fast to his morals and fought for what he knew was right. Drizzt is a character I will take with me wherever I go.
soliloquies on LibraryThing 8 months ago
The final book in this particular Drizzt trilogy (but there are still loads more books with him in). This was much more interesting as he develops his skills as a ranger, but the storyline did lack the depth to make it really stand out.
kw50197 on LibraryThing 8 months ago
The time taken to finish Sojourn is a good indication of my feelings on the story. Drizzt's tale of prejudice and acceptance is not badly written, just lacking any real excitement or purpose.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The best! A great book that holds onto innocence.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Second reading, better than the first
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
89/10 very good decision
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed these first three books
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This is a great book. The trilogy has some flaws, but the books were some of the best books I've ever read.
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