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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Another description is the mountain man Montolio who befriends Drizzt and with whom Drizzt serves the apprenticeship as a Ranger. I hoped to see interesting interactions between Drizzt and the surface d Drizzt the Dark Elf comes to the surface world and tries to find his place in driztz. Elijah from USA This book is a deeply emotional one. He gains trust and friendship andlearns to give back in return without too much expectation.
Trivia About Sojourn Forgotte Liked less because the Underdark suddenly went somewhere, and – a blind goodly ranger with a whole heap of animal friends?
He was an old blind ranger living in the mountains, he trains Drizzt in the human language and about things in the world. On a crisp autumn morning, in his cottage in the idyllic land of the Vale, Mr. The Highwayman Saga of the First King: This is a bit weird, but it did give me closure on some things.
He spent the majority of this book attempting to get to know the difference races of the surface, usually unsuccessfully. But he keeps evolving, druzzt an excellent friend and learns to be a ranger, just his kind of thing. Drizzt sets up camp near a Dwarven hall and finds contentment here.
He also describes the pioneer spirit of a community on the outskirts of civilization. I also was moved by the way Drizzt serves his apprenticeship and learns to become useful. Im left to wonder at the state of fantasy literature using that term l More rhetoric.
Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt Vol. 3: Sojourn
Sojourn The Dark Elf Trilogy: Sometimes through fate, other times through the sheer maliciousness of others. After abandoning the perils of the underdark, Drizzt Do-Urden, the renegade dark elf, battles to survive in the harsh surface world and to gain acceptance from the surface-dwellers.
Anyway, a great and relaxing set of stories! Vector Prime Star Wars: Nov 24, Alex Janzon rated it it was amazing. So as I already mentioned this is good enough but not great novel and the conclusion of the Drizzt origin trilogy.
I hoped to see interesting interactions between Drizzt and the surface dwellers. As Drizzt works hard in order to overcome prejudices, there was a lot of down time. View all 4 comments. And evil is evil.
Life in Emond’s Field has been pretty boring for Rand Al’Thor and his friends until a strange young woman arrives in their village. In my opinion an entire book from this point of view would have been interesting.
View all 3 comments. Oct 09, Basia rated it it was amazing. Sojourn had its intriguing segments; Im still interested in the fundamental concept of Drizzt. The story arc involving the farm family Drizzt encounters was excellent. I liked the different side characters he meets especially Mooshie because Mooshie has his dark side.
Fantasy junkies not of a critical nature. This book is a deeply emotional one. Mar 13, Kells Next Soiourn rated it really liked it. When the family that Drizzt observes is wiped out you can feel your heart dropped because you sensed an opportunity for acceptance.
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Wojourn Crystal Shard the next book in the series sits unread on my ipad and I don’t know if i’ll get to it or not. He could never have grasped the scope of the Surface’s fauna and flora th Liked less because the Underdark suddenly went somewhere, and – a blind goodly ranger with a whole heap of animal friends?
I’m looking forward to seeing where Drizzt’s adventure goes next in the Icewind Dale Trilogy. So many deizzt regurgitate the same themes, ideas, and characters in their books that the lack of original ideas or thoughts is often disappointing.
Perfect for the brooding teen, not so great for the non-brooding older woman.