Item description for Forgotten Realms: The Dark Elf Trilogy Book II Exile (The Legend of Drizzt) by R. A. Salvatore...
Collecting the second volume of R.A. Salvatore's The Legend of Drizzt! The Dark Elf known as Drizzt has abandoned the twisted society of his people to seek honor and justice. But his family will not let him go so easily, and even greater dangers await Drizzt and his new ally Belwar in the caverns of the Underdark!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 6.5" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Apr 12, 2006
Publisher Devil's Due Publishing
ISBN 1932796460 ISBN13 9781932796469
Availability 0 units.
More About R. A. Salvatore
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."
R. A. Salvatore currently resides in Leominster, in the state of Massachusetts. R. A. Salvatore was born in 1959.
R. A. Salvatore has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Forgotten Realms: The Dark Elf Trilogy Book II Exile (The Legend of Drizzt)?
Drizzt comics rock Jan 24, 2008
I was blown away by the art work in this graphic novel. I loved the books and now the comics have helped to put faces to names.
Comic does the the book justice Jul 3, 2007
Normally I find comics to be short, lacking in emotional detail, and mostly just action sceen after action sceen. This interpretation however is very well done, doing a very fine job at portraying the main characters mental sturggles while also delivering extremely rich detail in the fight scenes. Some trivial parts from the novel is left out but not enough for story to lose much of its impact.
If you have already read the books and are looking to add more Drizzt products to your collection then this a must, otherwise its a good comic novel to pick up if your less inclined to reading full novels.
Excellent, faithful to the original. Jun 21, 2007
This second volume in the graphic novel adaptations of the Legend of Drizzt series is every bit as excellent as the first. Spectacular, dramatic art brings this favorite story to life as never before (it should not, however, be viewed as a substitution for the original novel). In Exile, the story of Drizzt takes up with him having lived ten years in the Underdark, where he survived by becoming an instinctual hunter. He travels to a city of deep gnomes where he befriends Belwar Dissengulp and regains his sense of humanity. Drizzt's mother, Matron Malice seeks to find and kill Drizzt in the hopes to regaining the favor of Lloth. To do this she enacts a reanimation spell on the body of Zaknafein, Drizzt's father, so that it may seek out and destroy Drizzt. Drizzt and Guenhyevar (forgive spelling) encounter many perils and mysteries in their travels through the Underdark, and this story (more than any other) allows the reader to really get to know Drizzt's character.
This graphic novel faithfully retains the essence of the original novel, and actually adds to the story with the vivid and spectacular art. The only real complaint I had with this volume was the truncated-feel of the scene where house Do'Urden falls. This scene is of central importance to the future of Drizzt's tale and more effort should have been made on its telling.
Much like the first book, this one is excellent and should be a must-have for any fan of Salvatore's Drizzt novels.
The Legend of Drizzt, volune 2 May 25, 2007
I really liked the story line. But it should be explained that it is written in comic book form. Not exactly adult reading material.
Awesome Mar 9, 2007
this book ( or graphic novel--i should say) rocks!! the plot is very well portrayed through Tim Seeley's artwork. Anyone a fan of Drizzt and Salvatore should definetly get this!