Item description for Forgotten Realms Volume 6: The Halfling's Gem (Forgotten Realms Graphic Novels) by R. A. Salvatore...
Adapting R.A. Salvatore's acclaimed novel! The feared assassin Artemis Entreri has kidnapped Regis! But the Halfling has some very formidable allies - Drizzt Do'urden and Wulfgar! The companions from Icewind Dale will find themselves battling pirates on the famed Sword Coast, braving the deserts of Calimshan, and fighting otherworldly creatures - all in the name of friendship!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.71" Width: 6.54" Height: 0.47" Weight: 1.46 lbs.
Release Date Feb 29, 2008
Publisher Devil's Due Publishing
ISBN 1934692034 ISBN13 9781934692035
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. Residence: Massachusetts
R. A. Salvatore currently resides in Leominster, in the state of Massachusetts. R. A. Salvatore was born in 1959.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Forgotten Realms Volume 6: The Halfling's Gem (Forgotten Realms Graphic Novels)?
Awesome Aug 17, 2008
Another brilliant adaption of the written novel, bought to life by Devils Due and the team in stunning graphics. It was a must have for me (I have all the graphic novel so far), what more can i say - Get it!
Feels like someone was listening. May 5, 2008
I had written a pretty negative review of the last book, Streams of Silver, so I felt obligated to come back with a review of this next book, the Halfling's Gem.
Halfing's Gem is a triumph, as far as I'm concerned. The art quality and writing are on par with the Dark Elf Trilogy, which I thought was paramount.
I am very very satisfied with this comic. It's almost like someone read the reviews that Streams of Silver and The Crystal Shard got - not only did the general decline in art quality take a complete 180, but we also got 'elf' Drizzt (from the first trilogy) back in the place of 'Old Woman with Huge Chin' Drizzt (who was introduced in Shard).
The storytelling remains decent - as with any enterprise such as this, if you've read the books than these comics will flow a little more smoothly. Overall, a great read with art and action worthy of the series. Anyone who hasn't read the books will find an enjoyable little story.
Five stars might be a *little* overzealous, but I am really happy to see the quality return to this series.
Now I'm really looking forward to the Legacy series, which I pretty much hated when I read them.
Art is good again- Best since Sojourn Apr 23, 2008
As we all know The Crystal Shard, and Streams of Silver were huge dissapointments artworkwise. The art was awful, but here the art is good, and they don't look like morons. Cattie-Brie even looks good.