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D Now dwarf barbarian and drow elf join to battle this evil Tempered in the furnace of struggle they form an unbreakable friendship A legend is born For the first time in one vol. It s been almost a year since I started reading The Icewind Dale Trilogy and it s one of the few books of which I ve actually tracked my reading progress with written updates several times Now that I ve finished reading and can look back at the book as a whole I must say it s been an extraordinary read Maybe it s because the book was published so long ago that the writing style between then and now has changed sufficiently for a contemporary reader to feel that way but I think there s to it than that While the book is filled with clich s and lacks some key properties that would make a story good to me such as believable yet unpredictable characters and events it strongly embodies some themes or feelings that are conveyed throughout the book One of those is friendship another one the mindlessness of prejudice but it also shows what it s like to feel rivalry determination greed and sacrifice The book has a few scenes from the main character s point of view in which he contemplates his life which I very much enjoyed reading It s obvious that the writer meant for his ideas and perhaps idealism to come across which perhaps doesn t make it a better book but I can t help but smile at the effortAs for the clich s the storyline in the final book of the trilogy was actually uite uniue in some ways although the writing style kept the same pretentious tone and the general turn of events was clear from the start There has been some noticable character development in almost all of the main characters which sometimes came as a bit of a surprise from the outset it seemed like the book was set up in a Tolkienish fashion where almost every character is inherently either good or evil While that is to some extent still the case it is at least leaning towards realism I can t help but mention I really liked the ending While it was uite clear from the start that all would be well in the end it wasn t overdone What made the ending so good was that Salvatore somehow managed to create a feeling of closure that I haven t gotten from many other books Perhaps it is just easier with the kind of storytelling he s doing compared to most other literature but credit where credit s due Although I didn t expect it I ended up being uite charmed by this trilogy What seemed to be standard characters in a familiar setting turned out to be uniue in its own way And perhaps the charm is in the flaws as well If you can look past those and somehow manage to get used to the oftentimes trying writing style I still don t know how I did I think there is something to like for everyone in the stories of Icewind Dale Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers year since I started reading The Icewind Dale Trilogy and it s one of the few books of which I ve actually tracked my reading progress with written updates several times Now that I ve finished reading and can look back at the book as a whole I must say it s been an extraordinary read Maybe it s because the book was published so long ago that the writing style between then and now has changed sufficiently for a contemporary reader to feel that way but I think there s to it than that While the book is filled with clich s and lacks some key properties that would make a story good to me such as believable Devoted to Drew yet unpredictable characters and events it strongly embodies some themes or feelings that are conveyed throughout the book One of those is friendship another one the mindlessness of prejudice but it also shows what it s like to feel rivalry determination greed and sacrifice The book has a few scenes from the main character s point of view in which he contemplates his life which I very much enjoyed reading It s obvious that the writer meant for his ideas and perhaps idealism to come across which perhaps doesn t make it a better book but I can t help but smile at the effortAs for the clich s the storyline in the final book of the trilogy was actually uite uniue in some ways although the writing style kept the same pretentious tone and the general turn of events was clear from the start There has been some noticable character development in almost all of the main characters which sometimes came as a bit of a surprise from the outset it seemed like the book was set up in a Tolkienish fashion where almost every character is inherently either good or evil While that is to some extent still the case it is at least leaning towards realism I can t help but mention I really liked the ending While it was uite clear from the start that all would be well in the end it wasn t overdone What made the ending so good was that Salvatore somehow managed to create a feeling of closure that I haven t gotten from many other books Perhaps it is just easier with the kind of storytelling he s doing compared to most other literature but credit where credit s due Although I didn t expect it I ended up being uite charmed by this trilogy What seemed to be standard characters in a familiar setting turned out to be uniue in its own way And perhaps the charm is in the flaws as well If

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The Icewind Dale Trilogy Collector's Edition Forgotten Realms Icewind Dale #1 3

Ume here is New York Times bestselling author RA Salvatore's adventure that introduced Drizzt Do'Urden the heroic dark elf one of the most beloved characters in fantasy literatur. The magic was too weak to support the storyBottom Line LoanerThis is the first of Salvatore s books I ve read and it is apparently his first book which might explain a lot It s hard to say sometimes from the first book whether the author s storytelling will get better or you might be interested in it the books they write Some do some don t and some are hits and misses the whole way throughI was moving along okay not riveted to the book but moving along with it And then I came to the part with Kessell and the crystal shard and that just put me at a dead stop do not pass go point It was very weak and the magic part of the foundation of the story seemed hokey It was not believable at all and if the reader doesn t believe in the story or world building or characters there s a problemI tried to pick the book up again and maybe skip past that part but I just couldn tI d recommend for fantasy Lorna Freeman Robert Jordan LOTR of course Holly Lisle The Briar King Cast in Shadow even Melanie Rawn s Dragon PrinceComment A Tangled Affair (The Pearl House you might be interested in it the books they write Some do some don t and some are hits and misses the whole way throughI was moving along okay not riveted to the book but moving along with it And then I came to the part with Kessell and the crystal shard and that just put me at a dead stop do not pass go point It was very weak and the magic part of the foundation of the story seemed hokey It was not believable at all and if the reader doesn t believe in the story or world building or characters there s a problemI tried to pick the book up again and maybe skip past that part but I just couldn tI d recommend for fantasy Lorna Freeman Robert Jordan LOTR of course Holly Lisle The Briar King Cast in Shadow even Melanie Rawn s Dragon PrinceComment

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Icewind Dale Windswept passes and forbidding glaciers stand at the top of the world Below them in the cold valleys an evil force broods the magic of Crenshinibon the crystal shar. I find these hard to rate now because I read most of them around ten years ago I absolutely LOVED them back then but feel like my tastes have now changedI m going to rate them based on my thoughts and feeling at the time and as said I LOVED them In fact they re the books that really got me back into reading fantasy and back into reading in a way I d never experienced before For that it has to be 5 If only for Drizzt and the gang all of who I know so well but it s not just those characters it s the world the stunning action and that oh so fantasy feel to this series as a wholePerhaps I ll revisit these in the future I ll at the least encourage my daughter to read them when she s old enoughJP Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers years ago I absolutely LOVED them back then but feel like my tastes have now changedI m going to rate them based on my thoughts and feeling at the time and as said I LOVED them In fact they re the books that really got me back into reading fantasy and back into reading in a way I d never experienced before For that it has to be 5 If only for Drizzt and the gang all of who I know so well but it s not just those characters it s the world the stunning action and that oh so fantasy feel to this series as a wholePerhaps I ll revisit these in the future I ll at the least encourage my daughter to read them when she s old enoughJP


10 thoughts on “The Icewind Dale Trilogy Collector's Edition Forgotten Realms Icewind Dale #1 3

  1. says:

    I read a lot of EPIC FANTASY as a child and currently it helps me get bored and fall asleep at nightThis was no exceptionThese books are fucking garbage I cannot believe that RA Salvatore is a bestselling fantasy writer and that I actually stomached my way through the entire trilogy I was drunk most of the time

  2. says:

    I find these hard to rate now because I read most of them around ten years ago I absolutely LOVED them back then but feel like my tastes have now changedI'm going to rate them based on my thoughts and feeling at the time and as said I LOVED them In fact they're the books that really got me back into reading fantasy and back into reading in a way I'd never experienced before For that it has to be 5 If only for Drizzt and the gang

  3. says:

    My very first Forgotten Realms readI enjoyed it although I felt it could have been betterAgain I think I judge authors to

  4. says:

    I can't I'm sorry I just can't get into books like this I started reading this book at the suggestion of my husband but I just can't I like fantasy fiction but I'm a bit picky about this particular genre because I can't get into books like this The names of people and places are ridiculously hard to pronounce even just i

  5. says:

    It's been almost a year since I started reading The Icewind Dale Trilogy and it's one of the few books of which I've actually tracked my reading progress with written updates several times Now that I've finished reading and can look back at the book as a whole I must say it's been an extraordinary read Maybe it's because the book was published so long ago that the writing style between then and now has change

  6. says:

    I made the mistake of reading the Dark Elf trilogy first and really enjoyed it then I turned to this the Icewind Dale trilogy and wondered what the hell happened? That's when I learned that this set was actually written first which might explain why the writing was so bad here I probably wouldn't have enjoyed it any better if I'd started wi

  7. says:

    I started reading Salvatore with this series however would recommend that you instead begin with The Dark Elf Trilogy if you want to read them in chronological orderAfter Drizzt leaves the underworld he finds himself in Icewinde Dale Here he meets his best friends and new family Bruenor Cattie brie Wolfgar and Regis They battle foes togethe

  8. says:

    The magic was too weak to support the storyBottom Line LoanerThis is the first of Salvatore's books I've read and it is apparently his first book which might explain a lot It's hard to say sometimes from the first book whether the author's storytelling will get better or you might be interested in it the books t

  9. says:

    It's been a couple of years since I've read it but I still remember how much I loved it I thought it was probably best three book series I have ever read To tell the truth I was sad when it was over The story lines

  10. says:

    Amazing fantasy adventure taking place in the Dungeons and Dragons Forgotten Realms universe This series starting with this set of three books is in my top five series ever I have only started reading them recently and have already gone through the first nine books including the three in this collection I recommend getting the co

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