The Pirate King

The Pirate King

eBook - 2008
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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.
Publisher: Renton, WA : Wizards of the Coast, c2008
ISBN: 9780786952656
0786952652
Characteristics: 1 online resource (347 p.)

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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...

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Helexa
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.

**sad

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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