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✿ Exile Author R.A. Salvatore – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

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<KINDLE> ✿ Exile  Author R.A. Salvatore – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Exile
  • R.A. Salvatore
  • 27 January 2018
  • 9789896372903

    10 thoughts on “ ✿ Exile Author R.A. Salvatore – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    A buddy read with Kristen, Gavin, and Kaora.This book picks up right where the first one ended For this reason I cannot give any big details about plot as they will spoil the ending of the first book Sufficient to say Drizzt is still alive which is not a big surprise as this is the second book of the series about him featuring 15 He struggles trying to retain his humanity, or elfinity in his case hey look, I made up a new word He also finally made some real friends We also get to have a fairly good glimpse at a very interesting civilization of guys who came straight from the pages of this book This book avoids the dreaded Second Book of a Trilogy syndrome it is not boring In fact it is much action oriented than the first one Drizzt simply does not have much time for brooding This was a deciding factor in my...


  2. says:

    Reading R.A Salvatore is a guilty pleasure As someone who has a college education and has waded through Moby Dick, Ulysses, and The Canterbury Tales reading a book with characters who have names like Pikel Bouldershoulder can be a wee bit embarrassing For an english major Salvatore s books often seem like something that should be read under a flashlight in bed at night so no one sees us Its like Tiger Woods playing a round of golf at a mini golf course He knows all his skill and experience doesn t really bear on the challenge of getting the golf ball past the mini windmill blades, but hey its fun anyway Salvatore s books can be read in a day or two, or they can be picked up and put down while at the gym, or in between housecleaning chores They are fun, but they are an acquired taste Willing suspension of disbelief only goes so far And some readers suspending disbelief in the face of a cookie cutter plot and stereotyped characters is beyond their understanding of good faith However, as any reader of Salvatore s book s knows,...


  3. says:

    Exile picks up almost right where Homeland left off that is to say three decades later, but nothing has happened in that time Drizzt Do Urden has spent a long time we are told becoming The Hunter , an apparently epic persona, or alter ego, wandering the cavernous corridors of the Underdark with an insatiable bloodlust except when he s nice, which is most of the time.Despite my making fun of it, I really enjoyed the second book of the Dark Elf trilogy, ...


  4. says:

    This was a decent read but it did not quite live up to the quality of Homeland The story picked up 10 years after the final events of Homeland and found Drizzt hiding out in the Underdark trying to avoid the murderous vengeance of his family He had to fight against losing himself to the despair of loneliness It actually started a bit dull as Drizzt was very gloomy and his plodding from place to place in the Underdark meeting random monsters was not all that exciting Things picked up when he encountered people he could actually communicate with Some of the action scenes were OK, but after a while they all started to blend together a bit The main problem was that there was no sense of tension during any of the battles as it was obvious it was only a matter of time before Drizzt pulped the monster of the moment On the plus side I still really like Drizzt as a character After he recovered a bit from his early despair we got to see a few examples of his kind and very un Drow like nature We did get to meet a few interesting new characters in this installment Drizzt was in bad need of a friend and found one in the shape of Belwar Dissengulp, the gnome ...


  5. says:

    Maravilloso Aunque soy una fan tica de la literatura fant stica, las novelas de este g nero normalmente las leo en forma m s pausada, poniendo tranquilamente mi marcap ginas cuando tengo otra cosa que hacer pero con este libro era imposible parar Est tan bien narrado que se te estruja el coraz n con cada una de las situaciones que debe vivir Drizzt y, lo m s importante, la forma en c mo las enfrenta Si alguien no qued perdidamente enamorado de este personaje en La Morada, en este libro caer rendido a sus pies.La novela comienza una d cada despu s de los sucesos con que finaliza la primera entrega, con Drizzt sobreviviendo en los t neles de la Ant poda Oscura, con su pantera m gica como nica compa a Sin embargo, la soledad y la falta de contacto con otros seres inteligentes est n haciendo mella en su esp ritu Este proceso est tan bien retratado que es imposible no empatiza...


  6. says:

    3.35 A buddy read with the FBR group Well, this was not bad, it was even entertaining, but it had waaaaay too much fighting sequences and waaaaaaaaayyyy too little plot It takes place 10 years after book one and our hero has been living as an exile from Menzoberranzan fighting for survival in the wild However, he realizes that he is turning into what he hated to begin with without the communication with other thinking beings, so he goes to the gnomes where he makes a friend with Belwar Dissengulp, whose life he once saved This puts the little gnome community in danger, because the evil matriarch of Drizzt s family is hunting him and wants him dead to please the wishes of the Spider Queen So back on the exile s path he goes, this time with a friend On their run they encounter a ton of different species of creatures and get into never ending amnont of fights, make new friends, lose some friends, kill many of foe, and Drizzt proves once and again he is a master of the swords In my stubborn youth, I believed that I could stand alone, that I was strong enough to conquer my enemies with sword and w...


  7. says:

    This was light on plot middle book syndrome unless you consider Drizzt s wanderings through the Underdark a great plot but it was a quick read.


  8. says:

    In which Forrest s children con him into reading yet another book that wasn t originally on his TBR pile Yet another inadvertent social science commentary, this time of a psychological bent than sociological Here we see Drizzt, the renegade drow elf, struggle to regain his well, his self It s a lonely life out in the tunnels of the Underdark, worse, even, than the halls of your local middle or high school if you can believe that You see, the Underdark is full of bullies Not your pudgy, freckle faced, push you into a mud puddle class bullies, but bullies that really want to kill you and eat you and not necessarily in that order As a result of this environment, the kind, gentle Drizzt has become a killing machine, a survivor, a bully s worst nightmare Worst of all, Drizzt has suffered abuse at the hands of his own sisters and mother No, that s not exactly true His mother wants to kill him More than anything else in the world This does nothing for his self esteem.I m no psychiatrist, but it shouldn t take a PhD to figure out that this guy is pretty messed up Still, he has to have friends, right Even the most awkward social reject has friends who are also awkward social rejects Enter Belwar, a svirfneblin that Drizzt encountered in the first book, Exile Yes, there was the relationship limiting issue of Drizzt having ordered Belwar s hands bein...


  9. says:

    Frightening and fantastic sequel twisting and turning through the wilds of the Underdark, Exile is a tightly wrought tale of humanity, with Drizzt fighting for the values he holds harder than ever As always, R.A Salvatore s action is fierce and his world bui...


  10. says:

    Buddy read with Chris.I didn t find this quite as good as the first book in the series but it was still a good read.To many fight scenes that we could have done without if you ask me and less of depth I loved the ending though and will continue with the series.

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