Boundless: A Drizzt Novel is the second book in the Generations series by best-selling author R. A. Salvatore. The beloved and imaginative character Drizzt Do’Urden. Divided in time and two worlds, Zaknafein is always at odds. Zaknafein with the strongest warrior along with his friendship with the mercenary Jarlaxle keeps him healthy. He left a proud legacy as his son Drizzt. Together they fight to stop the wave of opposites threatening the Kingdom.
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: Boundless audiobook by West
Nothing but filler and disappointment. Again.
Boring, wasteful, disappointing… these are just a few words I’d use to describe Boundless.
The flashbacks to Zaknafein and Jarlaxle are the only parts worth listening too. The rest of the book was just filler for that basically. Good characters like Entreri are taked out of commission and left in the penalty box while garbage-tier characters like Dahlia and the perpetually worthless Regis are pushed to the forefront.
I can only hope that the last book of this trilogy will make up for the horrible middle book.
Review 2: Boundless audiobook by keith g
wheres the story?
it’s as if the beginning and end happened all at once. Drittz was hardly in the story at all. and you couldn’t tell If they were in the past or in the present or at least I couldn’t. this just wasn’t a good story if compared to the last stories. highly disappointed and I’ve read every book.
Review 3: Boundless audiobook by The Practical Guy
The last Drizzt book I will ever buy
I have bought every Drizzt book to date over the years and I’m sad to say I’m done. This book is maybe 1/3 of a book. As I’m typing this there might be spoilers. I will say that I Love the Drizzt character but this books are horrendous.
– It starts off I’m what would be at least Chapter 5 for any other full book.
– The rest of the book is nothing but overly detailed fights with no explanation of why anything in the main plot is happening or the books supposed subplots.
– The climax of the book, the big bad monsters were anticlimactic and the final showdown between Drizzt and the big bad unstoppable golem consisted of Drizzt literally running from it for multiple chapters. Then ending in the lay 2 minutes of the book.
– I feel ripped off and left without any explanation of anything or even an ending. It’s not even a cliffhanger. The book just stops.
I will be asking for my money back and am sadly done with these books. I love Drizzt and want more but refuse to support garbage writing like this.
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