æ Read Ú The Stowaway (Forgotten Realms: Stone of Tymora, #1) by R.A. Salvatore â From The Author Of Than A Dozen New York Times Best Sellers And His Son, Comes The First Installment Of A Brand New Fantasy Trilogy Written Just For Young Readers Barely A Teen And Already Guarding A Secret That Could Jeopardize His Young Life, Maimun Is Marked For Death With The Help Of A Mysterious Stranger, The Boy Escapes His Village And Flees Out To Sea, Stowing Away On The Pirate Hunting Ship, Sea Sprite, Where He Comes Across A Most Unlikely Ally The Dark Elf Drizzt Do Urden With A Half Demon Determined To Destroy Him, And A Crew Of Sailors Resentful Of The Trouble He S Caused, Maimun Must Find The Courage To Prove His Worth, Both To His Friends And To Himself Nearly Two Decades Ago, RA Salvatore Introduced The World To Drizzt D Urden In A Series That Has Since Become A Fantasy Classic And A Consistent Presence On Best Seller Lists Now, For The First Time, Salvatore Partners With His Son Geno To Craft A Brand New Story Just For Young Readers, Featuring A Cameo Of The Most Beloved Fantasy Character Of All Time For Young Readers Seeking The Next Great Fantasy Saga Or For Long Time Fans Who Can T Miss Any Installment In The Drizzt Saga, This Book Delivers All The Action, Intrigue, And Magic You Ve Come To Expect From The Salvatore Name
A Salvatore is one of my favorite fantasy writers Drizzt Do Urden is one of my favorite fantasy characters Geno Salvatore is R.
A s son and The Stowaway is his first published fantasy novel Although he did most of the writing, his father helped with the pacing of the story and some of the writing.
At first I was disappointed by how little Drizzt was in the story, but them came to realize that most of this story takes place in the past, before Maimum meets Drizzt After finishing the book, I have great hopes that Drizzt and his fellow adventurers will be in the story in future books On the other hand, to tell the truth, the cameo if Drizzt wasn t really needed if you ask me The story stands on its own two feet and proclaims in a loud voice, Forgotten Realms books don t have to include Driizt to work So, I would have been ju Very short, and it was just good enough that I liked it without getting forced to dive into the rabbit hole of fifty other books by this author.
The book was very interesting but the story was not very easy to understand the problem is that it starts with the main character telling his story to a pirate of how he was running but after 20 chapters the main character decided to start his story when he was born and then it was very confusing what time the story was taking place but after all it ended very well I m going to let this stand as my review for all three books I enjoyed them and it was really neat seeing a different angle on stories I m already familiar with To clarify what I mean, this story follows a young boy and throughout his adventures, he crosses paths with Drizzt many times This takes place during the time that he and the gang are hunting down Regis and Artemis Entreri You get to see bits and pieces of that same adventure through the lens of this young boy As far as I m aware, this is the first time that Geno has had a hand in this world I think it s a good starting point for him He gets to dip a toe without having the inevitable comparison of his version of the characters with his fathers That do