Hostile in ways that a surface-dweller could never know, the tunnel-mazes of the Underdark challenge all who tread there. Among these souls are Drizzt Do'Urden and his magical cat, Guenhwyvar.
Exiled from his drow homeland, Drizzt must fight for a new home in the boundless labyrinth. Meanwhile, he must watch for signs of pursuit - for the dark elves are not a forgiving race.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Richard Stringer on 03-05-13

Yes, its that good

Full marks for the story on this one. Took over my life for the duration, well tried too and nearly succeeded too!

4 stars for the performance because the pronunciation of stalagmites and stalactites sounded weird to me. No, actually because Drizzt sounded a little too emo a lot of the time in the way he was voiced.

But great book and I'm onto the next one.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Beth on 12-11-17


Back in 10 hours or so...HAVE to finish the trilogy...gripped...can't stop now...bring it on !

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4 out of 5 stars
By Adnan on 17-04-13

A fast paced, fun adventure

This is the second book in the series, and book begins with Drizzt's exile where he has chosen to exile himself due to differences with his family as well as drow society in general. Time away from any social interaction takes a deep toll on Drizzt's psyche which is discussed in a lot of detail. Author continue to flush out the character, and readers gets to know Drizzt at a deeper level. His thought process, his principles and decision making is been discussed in more details that book is more focused on Drizzt than his environment.

Book introduces new races and their cultures which provide more contrast to the drow society. Drizzt's interaction with these races provides good action and entertainment. Drizzt's friendship explored in this book also provides good depth that it is put to test as dark elves hunt Drizzt to appease their deity.

Narration is the same as the first book. Though, not the best, It is well done and does add to the experience.

I find this book to be better written and more enjoyable than the first one, so I recommend this book. I look forward to pick up the next book when it is out.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Syndane on 10-04-13

Excellent as Always

I have been waiting for the release of this book since I finished listening to the first one; I read these long ago, and it was like visiting an old friend! I now find myself waiting for the final book in this trilogy. As before, listening to it, I heard parts of the story I had forgotten or didn't remember and Victor Bevine did an excellent job keeping my ear tuned to the story no matter what I happened to be doing.

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