• Comrades at Odds

  • A Tale from The Legend of Drizzt
  • By: R. A. Salvatore
  • Narrated by: Ice-T
  • Length: 1 hr and 33 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 08-11-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Audible Studios
  • 4.0 (185 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Actor and musician Ice-T is the Dungeon Master for this emotional, anguished tale. In Comrades at Odds, Tos'un is faced with a difficult decision as Drizzt comes to odds with his grief and guilt over the tragic fate of Ellifain.
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By Anas Deiranieh on 10-09-16

Ice-T just set the bar

Now I don't think I'll ever be able to enjoy a A book read to me as much as I enjoyed ice-T

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By Mary Karowski on 11-28-16

Ice T reading fantasy. Enough said.

Awesome story by Salvatore read by a rich and recognizable voice. Ice T. Awesome. Great story and great narration. Ever wonder what may come of the orc kingdom? Drizzt wonders too in this tale.

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By The Wolf on 05-02-16

Weird combination that ALMOST works.

I've read a few of Salvatore's Drizzt books and thought they were pretty good. I'm also a big fan of Ice-T, either in Law and Order:SVU or his metal band Bodycount - the guy just has a great voice!
So I saw this short story read by him and I thought it was just such a strange combination that it HAD to be cool.
And it kind of is, but ultimately isn't the best book you'll listen to this year.
The story is okay, presumably setting up a new character for later full length novels, but not a lot happens and I felt like this was probably aimed more at fans who are familiar with this era of the stories.
Ice-T's reading is quite good, but it IS reading. He doesn't try to act any of the parts and never varies his voice when it comes to different characters. He reads a woman's lines in the same voice as he reads any of the men's. To be fair, Ice-T putting on a girly voice would have seemed pretty hilarious so it's not surprising he avoided it, but it does mean the performance is lacking something.
It doesn't cost much due to the short running time, and it's overall a decent listen, so I can recommend it - just don't expect too much.

Steven A. McKay, author of "Wolf's Head"

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