Archmage – Legend of Drizzt: Homecoming Book 1

Archmage is the first science fiction book in the Legend of Drizzt: Homecoming series by author R. A. Salvatore. This is a great book for fans, characters with warrior spirit and compassion and evil elves. The building that fell to the North was gone, a new day on a victorious Mithral Hall. Drizzt and his companions know that what lurks beneath their feet is shrouded in evil.

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Review 1: Archmage – Legend of Drizzt: Homecoming Book 1 by Ryan

Its about time

I almost gave up on Salavatore. I really hated the whole Neverwinter plot line with Dahlia and Drizzt. Drizzt was so filled with bitter angst that I felt like I was reading the Twilight saga. It was pointless and small minded and absolutely not up to the brilliance Salvatore has shown in the past. In the last series where the companions of the hall are reborn, there was some semblance of normalcy brought back to his writing. It’s almost like Wizards of the Coast sat him down and said…”look man, we aren’t sure what you’ve been smoking but we really need you to get back to basics because that is what the people want”

So he wrote what we wanted and he wrote it well.

Archmage hails absolutely back to the brilliance Salvatore is known for and is quite literally his finest novel since Homeland which is his best work. This is not to be missed and I’m so glad Salvatore is back.

Review 2: Archmage – Legend of Drizzt: Homecoming Book 1 by Mia M. Burlet

Hard to believe Salvatore can keep pulling it off!

Great storytelling and excellent action scenes! I liked the complex development of relationships between all of my favorite characters from previous books in the series. If you are a follower of this series you will be very pleased with how good this one is. If you are new to this series, hold on, you are in for a ride.

Review 3: Archmage – Legend of Drizzt: Homecoming Book 1 by Angel

So disappointed.

About as fun as reading congressional archives. Dritz is barely a minor character at best. The political intrigue is between unlikeable faction. There are few key characters to even vaguely relate to. Go back to the earliest stories and leave this alone.

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