Another fun Drizzt book. No complaints here.
Actually, this is where the book series cross over. I was warned this would happen. This actually makes a nice coda for the Cadderly series. If you haven't read the Cleric Quintet before now, STOP, read them, and it will make this book more rewarding.
So, we have our series crossover. It actually reads a bit like fanfic, except it's the same author, so I guess he's entitled. Oh well.
After our crossover, the plot proceeds very similar to that of The Crystal Shard. No huge complaints, as that is a pretty cool book, and I can see that Salvatore wants to revisit some of our favorite situations, baddies, and scenarios.
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...And at the end of the book, we have one of the most transparent plot twists EVER...(show spoiler)
It's okay. I knew. It's still okay.
Also, the "Regis and Cattie-Brie" phrase count for this book is 1. Makes me laugh EVERY STINKING TIME.
So... fun book. Not Shakespeare, but fun.