"The story is superb . . . taking unexpected turns, as always, but this time Salvatore has included something that has made the book even better, half the book is from the point of view of Drizzt's most hated enemy: Artemis Entreri . . ."
-- candlekeep.com on The Silent Blade
Life for Drizzt Do'Urden started at the point of his mother's dagger, and has continued through his escape from the Underdark, to his formative years in Icewind Dale, and to the Abyss itself to retrieve the fallen Wulfgar. But just when Drizzt thinks he's found a home, reunited at last with friends, he comes to know that there are wounds deeper than a scimitar's cuts. And he can only watch as those wounds threaten to do what even the foulest demons of the endless Abyss couldn't -- finally bring Wulfgar down.
The pirate captain Sheila Kree comes into possession of the mighty warhammer Aegis-fang. She thinks she's gained a powerful artifact, one she can use to terrorize the Sword Coast, but all she's really done is make an unexpected enemy, an enemy named Drizzt. And for Wulfgar, shame and nightmares drive him to his lowest point, but the tender face of a newborn baby might be just the thing to bring him back, to his friends, and to the truth of his own soul.
Though far from the last tales of everyone's favorite dark elf, The Silent Blade, The Spine of the World, and Sea of Swords -- all three included in the huge collector's edition -- bring the Legend of Drizzt series to a close in what were certainly R.A. Salvatore's most personal novels to date. Complete your collection, give the gift of fantasy, or experience these remarkable stories for the first time. The legend awaits.