Homeland by R.A. Salvatore (@r_a_salvatore)

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TITLE:                   Homeland (The Legend of Drizzt }#1)

AUTHOR:               R.A. Salvatore

DATE PUBLISHED:  December 2005

REVIEW:

Reading out of the genre you’re used to can be both daunting and amazing. Reading Homeland by RA Salvatore was a pleasant mix of both for me, and a nice mini-introduction to the fantasy genre as a whole.

Drizzt Do'Urden

The story wasn’t what I expected at all. Drizzt Do’Urden, the major character and driving force of the story, is everything- extremely good-hearted & exceptionally skilled in. The way he follows his heart in a world full of heartless people is amazing & the whole story is beautiful. This isn’t a genre I’m used to, but the first 100 or so pages were the hardest. After that, I found it hard to put down. When I wasn’t being stunned by…

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