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Night of the Hunter: Companions Codex, I par [Salvatore, R.A.]
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R.A. Salvatore’s New York Times best-selling saga continues as dark elf Drizzt Do’Urden returns to Gauntlgrym with old friends by his side once again, as they seek to rescue Bruenor’s loyal shield dwarf-turned-vampire. But not only do Drizzt and his allies face a perilous journey through the Underdark and the dangers of the undead that lie within, but they must cross through a colony of drow, who would like nothing better than to see Drizzt Do’Urden dead.

Biographie de l'auteur

R.A. Salvatore is the New York Times best-selling author of more than forty novels, including the popular Forgotten Realms series The Legend of Drizzt. He's an avid gamer, father of three, and loyal citizen of Red Sox Nation.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 384 pages
  • Editeur : Wizards of the Coast (11 mars 2014)
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None of the characters are my favorites, so it was a little long for me.
But the master is at work, as always, and even if it's not my farovite of Salvatore's work, it's worth a read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ready for the next one! 25 mars 2014
Par Terzula - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I just finished this book and, in true Salvatore fashion, it left me ready for the next in the series. You shall need to read the previous Companions book by Bob to follow this or you may be lost as it brings back characters that were dead in previous books. However, the way Robert brings them back is true to D&D form and I found that I was NOT disappointed in the way he did so. The characters continued growth seems at times to be new characters-in a good way. The storyline is great and flows easily and makes for a read that seems to go too fast. Before you know it, the book is over and like a fine meal with good friends, you hate to see it end. While you can follow along with the story, I would once again encourage you to read the previous book, The Companions: The Sundering, Book 1 before taking this book into your library. It not only will explain the reasoning and the how the companions are once again together and alive, but it is a FANTASTIC story! The rest of the Companion series are penned by different authors and R. A. took off with his continuing story line with the Companions Codex series. I have no doubt that I will read this and the previous book again in the future.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Web of Intrigue 1 avril 2014
Par Christian Yabut - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I too would like to preface this review by saying I have read all of the Drizzt novels as well as the War of the Spider Queen and Jarlaxle and Entreri novels.

I say this because I agree with what some other reviewers have said, in that completing all those other stories before reading this one really enriches the experience.

As a standalone story, it still holds up pretty well, but there are a lot of gears working and webs upon webs that have been built upon since those earlier books. References and minor callbacks abound aplenty and if you have been keeping up it all culminates into one amazing experience. I enjoy this new iteration of companions, and they edge out Drizzt's most recent companions just a bit in terms of team cohesion and the sense that they belong together. Though I must say, Entreri is one of my favorite characters and his growing bond with Drizzt in the recent novels has me excited.

Let's cut to the chase though: this is just another novel of R. A. Salvatore's brand of story telling. If you have tried his other works and not enjoyed his style of storytelling, than you probably won't like this one either. But the characterization is strong, the dialogue, and interaction is believable and enjoyable as well. The fighting scenes are as they have always been, as some have said here they're not ever too exciting as they maintain the form that he has always used (i.e Drizzt unsheaths his scimitars faster than you could blink, oh my he's twirling them in circles, his deadly dance using both hands as if they were controlled separately, rolling under his foe's spear on one side, parrying on the other.) That's not to say there isn't some interesting battles. Though he uses some of his lines a lot, like his use of the word almost. This leads to another, albeit not that big of a deal, criticism. He really does use a lot of the same descriptions over and over especially when describing how cruel the drow are, how strong someone is, how amazing Drizzt is; while it does get tired if you notice it, it doesn't really impede the story too much as a whole. Though mentioning Regis' desire to __________ a gajillion (hyperbole) times wasn't that great.

The best part, in my opinion, is how he manages to weave a story of intrigue and deception, and how he manages to tie together many plot lines and have them come to fruition all at once. Some may not enjoy the constant switching of perspectives, but I at least never felt lost and I feel it allows Salvatore to keep his multifaceted plot trucking.

In conclusion: this novel feels as if it's still a part of the build up toward a bigger event, but it still entertains as the pieces on the board fall into place. 5 stars if you've kept up with the story; probably 3.5 stars if you're reading this as a standalone.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another step in the right direction 30 mars 2014
Par Lord Ocampo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First thing one wonders when delving deeper into this book is whether this comes from the same mind that delivered the very bad "The Last Threshold". Or the last three books of the Neverwinter saga, while we are at it. Because much like "The Companions" from The Sundering, this novel is another step forward in quality.

First, my greater concern: last Salvatore novels, I've felt that combat becomes a filler of sorts. While reading "Night of the Hunter", several times I found myself wanting to skip the fights and continue with the juicy story and character development plots. It all began with the second Neverwinter novel, and I think what made "The Companions" such a great novel is, precisely, the lack of combat narrative and focus on character. It happened the same with "The Spine of the World", one of Salvatore's must underestimated works.

As for "Night of the Hunter" itself, it continues where "The Companions" left of. In the world of The Sundering, the reunited Companions of the Hall have a new quest, and while they are at it, they get to know each other, again. Because they are the same people, but they have changed. And this character evolution is one of the best parts of what began with "The Companions".

The story carries a few narrative arcs at the same time, and we get to know what happened to Drizzt's temporal party, whom left him to his death in the frozen cliffs of Icewind Dale. In Menzoberranzan, Gromph Baenre gets back to action, something we were waiting for since "The War of the Spider Queen", and what he does sets the foundation for the return of a formidable enemy. The drow from Gauntlgrym are still around, stronger than ever and still obsessed with Drizzt, which will deliver doom for anyone barely related with Mielikki's favoured ranger. And yes, good old One-Eyed Jax is back!

Dungeons & Dragons players will recognize the reason why drow are so prominent in this book. If you played the "Rise of the Underdark" D&D Encounters event, "Night of the Hunter" takes us to the backstage of the Darkening. While we are all aware that Salvatore is unaware of the way his characters are depicted in the official D&D products -because he just stomped all over the "Neverwinter Campaign Setting"-, it will be interesting to see the way he ties the Companions Codex saga with the power struggle amongst the goddesses.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another solid Drizzt story with some very interesting implications 12 mars 2014
Par Randy G - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you enjoyed the first several 'Legend of Drizzt' books Bob wrote way back in the day, you'll probably really enjoy this one also.

This one gripped me from the very beginning and had several very interesting twists through out it including the very end. It also has a healthy dose of one of my favorite races, the Drow.

Although it mainly references the more recent Drizzt tales in the 'Neverwinter series', this one felt more like the Drizzt of old, and I think that's just what this series needed.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Welcome Back Salvatore 10 novembre 2014
Par Kelleyboy2 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a 40-year-old man who started reading about The Companions of the Hall, Jarlaxle, Artemis Entreri, Cadderly, Danica, the Bouldershoulders, Deudermont, the Harpells, and every other fantastic character of good, neutral, or evil R.A. Salvatore has put to paper almost 25 years ago I still can't get enough. But if I'm being honest, the last few books (aside from The Sundering) have really been disappointing to me. The loss of every great character we've come to love over the years was bad enough but the stories didn't seem to be going anywhere and honestly, they kind of sucked. These latest books starting with The Sundering have been like a breath of fresh air. I haven't been able to put them down. They bring me back to the classic fights in the Underdark where Dizzt is forced to fight Entreri for the entertainment of the Drow, to ever resourceful Regis pulling off some incredible feat when everyone least expects it to win the day, or the always burly Bruenor splitting a goblin head so hard with his axe that he has to spend the next several moments trying to dislodge the weapon from the poor beastie's head! I am so happy to be reading these stories that while I'm reading I feel like I'm in my early 20's again, sitting in my friend's basement, and reading while everyone else is partying, mingling, and having a good time....and I LOVE IT!
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