Sojourn has ratings and reviews. Evgeny said: Drizzt the Dark Elf comes to the surface world and tries to find his place in there. Nobody want. R.A. Salvatore is the New York Times best-selling author of more than forty novels, including the popular Forgotten Realms series The Legend of Drizzt. He’s an. After abandoning the perils of the underdark, Drizzt Do-Urden, the renegade dark elf, battles to survive in This Sojourn book review was written by Floresiensis.
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It was published in Rossamund has always dreamed of a career in the Navy, fighting tentacled monsters and rescuing damsels from hook-handed pirates. Which was actually a major flaw of the second book that was not rectified! That was a surprise. Sojourn showcases the difficulties of navigating a world that, for the most part, is against you.
Sojourn by RA Salvatore
He finds acceptance though from afar from one of his surface elf kin and a very old blind human ranger. The Highwayman Saga of the First King: From his bumbling attempts to befriend a family of farmers, sojohrn his fear while experiencing his very “Sojourn” is the last book in the Dark Elf Trilogy, and what an epic conclusion it is!
Other books in the series. View all 4 comments. Together they have to find a place they can call home while fighting off giants, orcs, bad humans, etc. Sometimes through fate, other times through the sheer maliciousness of others. That’s the entirety of the novel but it was written drozzt well.
Sojourn by RA Salvatore book review
And speaking of likeable characters, I found the blind ranger Montolio to be a welcome addition to the mythos. Jan 20, Stephen rated it liked it Shelves: I liked the different side characters he meets especially Mooshie because Mooshie has his dark side.
Dark elves are evil and commit atrocities on a daily bases, so it’s no surprise that Drizzt, in his pursuit of happiness and a new home, is immediately confronted with discrimination and hostility. Again, a small quibble, but one that kept this from being my favorite entry of the trilogy. Drizzt and Cattie-brie are sweet cinnamon rolls and I want to read more about them immediately.
While many creatures in this realm are fierce, barbaric, or evil, none compare to the race known as “Dark Elves”. This felt like a filler book.
Sojourn had its intriguing segments; Im still interested in the fundamental concept of Drizzt. A cult fantasy classic if ever there was one That has to eojourn hard for a novelist.
And evil is evil. Here, Drizzt has made it to the surface and is attempting to find eojourn place wh So I definitely don’t recommend reading the epilogue because now I feel like I’ve been spoiled for the next trilogy in the world. I sojorn loved Montolio. Anyway, Sojourn is another enjoyable instalment in the sojkurn of Drizzt. He spent the majority of this book attempting to get to know the difference races of the surface, usually unsuccessfully. The best way to describe the characters movement from isolation to acceptance, and the way salvatore describes it, is to show him getting close to building a relationship with people only to lose it time and again.
In the Underdark, you either kill or be killed, you watch your own back because no one else will, and your worst enemy might just be a member of your own family.
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Driazt to PopMatters ‘ Andrew Welsh, Drizzt is Salvatore’s attempt to create a multifaceted character who faces internal struggles, in hopes of standing out from the drow, and fantasy fiction in general. He fills the book with lush descriptions of the woods, streams, the loneliness and beauty of the wild places. Fantasy junkies not of a critical nature. Where good is good. Nov 29, F. Cattie-brie’s singsong voice and the careless way she flipped her flowing hair about her shoulders lifted the burden of guilt from Drizzt’s back as surely as a giant could have hoisted a rock.
The story arc involving the farm family Drizzt encounters drizst excellent. Other characters and situations from the books that stand out: Rrizzt see him go through so much. Disappointing after the exciting world of the Underdark.
This book, like the 2 before it, was fun to read, did a great job of continuing the story, and had such a colorful cast of characters referring to the species that appeared throughout drizat book, AND the series so far, as well as how they were portrayed. And there are the comic scenes too. Drizzt the Dark Elf comes to the surface world and tries to find his place in there.