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Book Review: The Legend of Drizzt, Homeland

Hey Damian here,

Hey guys super excited this weekend. I got all the cosplay supplies I had ordered online so hopefully I’ll be able to finish my costume before GenCon and Danielle’s as well for a comic book expo the following month. This review is a little bit overdue but here it is.


Station is the paradox of the world of my people, the limitation of our power within the hunger for power. It is gained through treachery and invites treachery against those who gain it. Those most powerful in Menzoberranzan spend their days watching over their shoulders, defending against the daggers that would find their backs.Their deaths usually come from the front.

-Drizzt Do’Urden



I had wanted to learn more of the world I played in Dungeons and Dragons and was told that this would be the way to go. I was not disappointed and I am looking forward to reading more of this series. I understand now why so many characters in campaigns dislike dark elves and understand more about the dark elven culture that formed them into what they are. I would recommend this to anyone who would like to learn even a little bit more about the world of Faerun and Dungeons and Dragons.

1 thought on “Book Review: The Legend of Drizzt, Homeland”

  1. This is a fascinating look at the Sword Coast/Forgotten Realms/Faerun. And I think it is fascinating to see how some of the skills and abilities of races and classes from the RPG are translated onto the page for a prose novel. I’m definitely excited to not only read more of Drizzt’s series, but also to try some other officially licensed D&D novelizations.


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