The Pirate King

The Pirate King

Book - 2008
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Drizzt returns to Luskan, and the Realms will never be the same The Arcane Brotherhood has long held the city of Luskan in their power, but when corruption eats away at their ranks, Captain Deudermont comes to the rescue of a city that has become a safe haven for the Sword Coast's most dangerous pirates. But rescuing a city from itself may not be as easy as Deudermont thinks, and when Drizzt can't talk him out of it, he'll be forced to help. Drizzt is back in action again, and bringing more changes to the Forgotten Realms setting. This all new hardcover adventure will keep Drizzt fans guessing the whole way, with edge-of-your-seat action and plot twists that even the most casual reader of the Forgotten Realms novel line can't afford to miss
Publisher: Renton, WA : Wizards of the Coast, 2008.
ISBN: 9780786949649
Branch Call Number: SAL
Characteristics: 347 pages ; 24 cm.


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I finished it, but it was a real challenge to do so. I really like the character of Drizzt. And Gwenhyvar. And that's it. The other characters didn't inspire any interest at all. I also found the political situation vacillated between improbable and mind-numbingly boring. The stars are for the consistent action and descriptive swordplay. *Can't wait* for the next book...

Jul 04, 2009

So after reading The Orc King, and from my previous love of Drizzt's stories, I decided to give The Pirate King a try. I could not finish the book. I've only given up twoce on a book and this is one of them.

Again I found the characters a little far from the reality of being an adult, a process which I am suffering right now, hehe so I really could not connect with the characters very well.


Also I had recently finished the Sword of Truth Novels by Terry Goodkind, which has set a new standard for me.

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