Maestro : Legend of Drizzt

  • by R. A. Salvatore
  • Narrated by Victor Bevine
  • Series: Legend of Drizzt
  • 13 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Something terrible, unspeakable, immense has come to Menzoberranzan and is leaving death and destruction in its wake. The primordial of Gauntlgrym stirs, sending Cattie-brie and Gromph to Luskan and the ruins of the only power that can keep the beast in check. The damage of the Darkening, of war, and of a demon-ravaged Underdark has sent cracks out across the North. Some of this damage may never be repaired.
And Drizzt is going home. But not to Mithral Hall. Not to Icewind Dale. He's going to Menzoberranzan. Bruenor is ready to march with him, bringing along an army of dwarves to end the scourge of Menzoberranzan, but Drizzt needs to see what's happening there. The dwarf army may not be necessary. The City of Spiders might already have fallen to the demons and their wicked prince. But even if that's true, what's to say the demons will stop there?
Maestro picks up where Archmage left off, plunging Drizzt into his most dangerous adventure yet and with all the action, adventure, beloved characters, dark elves, monsters, and demon princes Drizzt fans adore.

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To Deep and To Unbelievable

Where to start. I've love the whole Dark Elf Saga. Not just the Lone Ranger but the who dynamic that is the Dark Elf Life. Yet this book left me rolling my eyes. What makes any great antagonist is their flaws and their imperfections. It's what made Quenthal (hope I spelled that right) so loved as the Matron Mother. Loths pettiness and limitations even as a God made her enjoyable. Yet once you start creating powers that are damn near perfect and almost all seeing you lose me. And when you destroy the core of your Hero for no reason other than you can... You lose me. Another sickness!? One that puts doubt in the purest heart in the D&D universe... Lost me. Do better R.A. Please.
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- Carlton

Good moments buried in piles of blah

I don't know if RA Salvatore is a writer who has jumped the proverbial shark or just that my expectations have gotten higher as I got older. Its possibly a bit of both. There were some highlights in the book, glimpses of quality writing and plot, but they were sandwiched between long bouts of endlessly repetitive "Drow Infighting." which has been interesting in the past but is now so repetitive that it has just became stone dull. This book is a big step down from the previous book Archmage which had many of the same problems, but which had a significantly better cool/blah ratio.

So if you Archmage was a borderline book for you, stop there.
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- Adam

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-05-2016
  • Publisher: Audible Studios