Book Reviews of The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7)

The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7)
The Legacy - Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7
Author: R. A. Salvatore
ISBN-13: 9781560766407
ISBN-10: 1560766409
Publication Date: 9/1/1993
Pages: 330
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 109 ratings
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7) on + 82 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Classic Salvatore
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Helpful Score: 2
If you enjoyed the other Drizzt series books, you will surely enjoy this one.
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This is a great story. The fight scenes in this are wonderful, although Drizzt's angst over killing a drow is a little over-dramatic in my opinion. For a guy, he's extremely sensitive despite all that's happened to him and instead of constantly bemoaning something about his fate, he really just needs to grow a pair and stop sniveling. And, as usual, even though he breaks a vow that seemed so important to him, he manages to rationalize his mind change so that it's okay.

I've also never been a fan of the little "memoirs" that Drizzt does within the story. They make him seem preachy, whiny and even corny. I also feel their redundant because they just rehash what we already know.

On the upside, Thibbledorf Pwent is in this book, so there were some laughs there.

Overall, despite my irritations I get with Drizzt, I do still love this story. This was the second time I've read it and I know I'll read it again.
reviewed The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7) on + 1756 more book reviews
This is a great story. The fight scenes in this are wonderful, although Drizzt's angst over killing a drow is a little over-dramatic in my opinion. For a guy, he's extremely sensitive despite all that's happened to him and instead of constantly bemoaning something about his fate, he really just needs to grow a pair and stop sniveling. And, as usual, even though he breaks a vow that seemed so important to him, he manages to rationalize his mind change so that it's okay.

I've also never been a fan of the little "memoirs" that Drizzt does within the story. They make him seem preachy, whiny and even corny. I also feel their redundant because they just rehash what we already know.

On the upside, Thibbledorf Pwent is in this book, so there were some laughs there.

Overall, despite my irritations I get with Drizzt, I do still love this story. This was the second time I've read it and I know I'll read it again.
reviewed The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7) on + 1756 more book reviews
This is a great story. The fight scenes in this are wonderful, although Drizzt's angst over killing a drow is a little over-dramatic in my opinion. For a guy, he's extremely sensitive despite all that's happened to him and instead of constantly bemoaning something about his fate, he really just needs to grow a pair and stop sniveling. And, as usual, even though he breaks a vow that seemed so important to him, he manages to rationalize his mind change so that it's okay.

I've also never been a fan of the little "memoirs" that Drizzt does within the story. They make him seem preachy, whiny and even corny. I also feel their redundant because they just rehash what we already know.

On the upside, Thibbledorf Pwent is in this book, so there were some laughs there.

Overall, despite my irritations I get with Drizzt, I do still love this story. This was the second time I've read it and I know I'll read it again.
reviewed The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7) on + 178 more book reviews
Who is the HECK is the butt-ugly drow on the cover?

Besides that, and wondering why Wulfgar is still such an idiot, and some drow, this was just a time filler.
reviewed The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7) on + 1756 more book reviews
This is a great story. The fight scenes in this are wonderful, although Drizzt's angst over killing a drow is a little over-dramatic in my opinion. For a guy, he's extremely sensitive despite all that's happened to him and instead of constantly bemoaning something about his fate, he really just needs to grow a pair and stop sniveling. And, as usual, even though he breaks a vow that seemed so important to him, he manages to rationalize his mind change so that it's okay.

I've also never been a fan of the little "memoirs" that Drizzt does within the story. They make him seem preachy, whiny and even corny. I also feel their redundant because they just rehash what we already know.

On the upside, Thibbledorf Pwent is in this book, so there were some laughs there.

Overall, despite my irritations I get with Drizzt, I do still love this story. This was the second time I've read it and I know I'll read it again.
reviewed The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7) on + 34 more book reviews
Another great one in the series about Drizzst Do-urden. The book is hard to put down once you've picked it up!
reviewed The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7) on + 1756 more book reviews
This is a great story. The fight scenes in this are wonderful, although Drizzt's angst over killing a drow is a little over-dramatic in my opinion. For a guy, he's extremely sensitive despite all that's happened to him and instead of constantly bemoaning something about his fate, he really just needs to grow a pair and stop sniveling. And, as usual, even though he breaks a vow that seemed so important to him, he manages to rationalize his mind change so that it's okay.

I've also never been a fan of the little "memoirs" that Drizzt does within the story. They make him seem preachy, whiny and even corny. I also feel their redundant because they just rehash what we already know.

On the upside, Thibbledorf Pwent is in this book, so there were some laughs there.

Overall, despite my irritations I get with Drizzt, I do still love this story. This was the second time I've read it and I know I'll read it again.
reviewed The Legacy (Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizzt, Bk 7) on + 192 more book reviews
Tiny scuff on bottom front cover, great read.