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The Legend of Drizzt Series

R.A. Salvatore and R. A. Salvatore
The Thousand Orcs by R.A. Salvatore
Maestro by R.A. Salvatore
Hero by R.A. Salvatore

The Legend of Drizzt Series : Titles in Order

Book 33
New York Times–bestselling series: The saga of one of fantasy’s most beloved heroes reaches a sweeping, epic climax in this conclusion to the Homecoming trilogy

Something akin to “peace” has come to the Underdark. The demon hordes have receded, and now the matron mothers argue over the fate of Drizzt Do’Urden. Even so, it becomes clear to one matriarch after another that while the renegade drow may come and go Menzoberranzan, the City of Spiders will crawl forever on.

And so Drizzt is free to return to his home on the surface once again. Scores are settled as lives are cut short, yet other lives move on. For the lone drow there is only a single final quest: a search for peace, for family, for home—for the future.

Hero is the third book in the Homecoming trilogy and the thirty-third book in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 32
Newly returned to the demon-infested Underdark, Drizzt Do’Urden faces his most dangerous adventure yet
 
Drizzt is going home, but not to Mithral Hall or to Icewind Dale. He’s going to Menzoberranzan, the very place he left as a young and outcast drow. Something terrible—immense—unspeakable, has come to the City of Spiders, leaving death and destruction in its wake.

As the damage of the Darkening, of war, and of a demon-ravaged Underdark sends cracks out across the North, causing irreparable damage, Drizzt and his companions find their lives endangered once more. When the primordial of Gauntlgrym stirs, Catti-brie and Gromph venture to the ruins of the Host Tower of the Arcane in Luskan, seeking the only power that can keep the beast in check.

Meanwhile, Jarlaxle holds the strings for them all, orchestrating a masterpiece of manipulation that brings old enemies together, and tears old friends apart. But even the wily and resourceful Jarlaxle may not realize just how narrow a path he walks. The City of Spiders might already have fallen to the demons and their wicked prince. What’s to say the demons will stop there?

Maestro is the second book in the Homecoming trilogy and the thirty-second book in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 31
In the aftermath of the War of the Silver Marches, the combatants take stock as a new tale begins in the Legend of Drizzt series

The pall that had descended over the North is gone, and a new day has dawned on a victorious Mithral Hall. But no matter how bright things seem on the surface, Drizzt and his companions know that what lurks just under their feet remains steeped in evil and charged with unimaginable power.
 
The dark elves of Menzoberranzan, including the powerful Archmage Gromph, aren’t done with Drizzt yet. And consumed by their own power struggles, feeling backed into a corner, the drow may just be desperate enough to call on demonic forces from the deepest reaches of the Abyss, and unleash a disaster even the Underdark could never have prepared for.
 
Archmage is the first book in the Homecoming trilogy and the thirty-first book in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 30
The War of the Silver Marches rages across the Forgotten Realms in this unforgettable final episode in the Companions Codex
 
The reunited Companions of the Hall are separated once more—thrown to the far corners of a war that’s bigger than any of them realized. They fight for the safety of Mithral Hall, but it’s their own souls, and the soul of Faerûn itself, that truly hangs in the balance.
 
In the dreaded depths of the Underdark, Regis and Wulfgar seek shelter in the fabled Silverymoon, from which they can launch a series of daring new raids. The rest of the Companions reside at the besieged Mithral Hall, where new friends arrive on a mission of mercy—if such an emotion can rest in the heart of a dragon.
 
Meanwhile, the orc warlord Hartusk turns his savage horde on Everlund, one of the great cities of the Silver Marches. Though it stretches his forces thin, it’s a move that could help him achieve his goal of becoming the master of the North. But Hartusk’s treacherous drow allies have a different goal. They want nothing except the death of Drizzt Do’Urden—even if it comes at the cost of human, dwarf, elf, and orc lives.
 
The world is cloaked in darkness and blood runs in rivers across the North; orc hordes rage on and cities fall under brutal siege; old friendships are tested and new alliances are forged. But in the end, it may come down to a single dark elf choosing life over death, forgiveness over vengeance, law over chaos . . . peace over war.
 
Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf is the third book in the Companions Codex and the thirtieth book in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 29
In the chaotic aftermath of the Sundering, the orcs of Many-Arrows reignite their bloody feud with Bruenor Battlehammer
 
Having escaped Gauntlgrym, the Companions of the Hall are united in body and spirt—but not in ideals. As the Darkening casts its shadows upon the northern cities of the Shining White, portending war, the past rears its angry head. Old debts insist on payment and old wrongs demand to be set right. The bloody dwarf-orc feud reignites with disastrous consequences.
 
When drow Quenthel Baenre urges the orcs into war, a new and bloodthirsty king takes the throne of Many-Arrows. The savage orc hordes gather under his command, bringing an end to the decades of peace in the North. Dwarf steel meets ancient enemies, painting the Spine of the World in red.
 
In the middle of this chaos, the Companions march onwards—to rescue Pwent from his vampiric curse and to reclaim Bruenor’s throne; to combat the treachery of the black-souled drow and to defeat the orcs. As the world repeats a deadly cycle of violence and hate, Drizzt Do’Urden is forced into a fight for his life, his loved ones, and his very soul.

Rise of the King is the second book in the Companions Codex and the twenty-ninth book in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 28
Drizzt and the Companions of the Hall join forces to rescue an old friend and battle drow intrigue in this new chapter in the New York Times–bestselling saga
 
The beloved Companions of the Hall have been restored, thanks to the workings of the goddess Mielikki. With his most faithful friends at his side once more, Drizzt Do’Urden returns to Gauntlgrym to rescue Thibbledorf Pwent, Bruenor’s loyal shield dwarf-turned-vampire.
 
But in order to return Pwent back to his mortal form, Drizzt and the Companions must first undertake a perilous journey through the Underdark—a journey made all the more dangerous by the political turmoil that has erupted among drow society. House Baenre, the most prestigious of the ruling drow houses, wants to increase its power over Menzoberranzan even further. While their leaders race to erect a sister city in Gauntlgrym, a Baenre noble seeks to tear down Drizzt Do’Urden once and for all. 
 
Night of the Hunter is the first book in the Companions Codex and the twenty-eighth book in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 27
A world-shaping event revives old favorites, introduces new complications—and moves hero Drizzt Do’Urden into a restored era of the Forgotten Realms

Alone and with his fate hanging in the balance, Drizzt Do’Urden reflects on the lives of the trusted allies who stood by his side throughout his early life—the friends now known as the Companions of the Hall. Unbeknownst to him, the goddess Mielikki has given Bruenor, Catti-brie, Regis, and Wulfgar the chance to return to the world they left behind. Reborn as children but with their memories still intact, the friends must find a way back to one another—and to their lone Companion, Drizzt.

Meanwhile, three seemingly unrelated commoners, growing up across the far reaches of the Forgotten Realms, display incredible feats of power. Against all odds, they hold the fate of Drizzt Do’Urden in their hands—a fate that is far from certain. For in the shadows, a cunning cabal of wizards is watching, intent on hunting the “Chosen” mortals who have been blessed by the gods. These wizards know something mere commoners do not: Long-forgotten gods have begun to stir. Long-lost lands have begun to tremble. The world around them is about to change—and these wizards will do whatever it takes to turn the coming chaos to their advantage.

The Companions is the first book in the Sundering series and the twenty-seventh book in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 26
Drizzt navigates a winding path littered with secrets and lies in this suspenseful conclusion to the Neverwinter Saga
 
Drizzt is tangled up in Dahlia’s dark secrets more than ever. The ties that once held them close now threaten to rip apart as Dahlia’s bonds to Drizzt’s former foe, Artemis Entreri, continue to grow. Determined to stand for what’s right in the Realms once again, Drizzt forges a new road north toward Icewind Dale. Will Dahlia, Entreri, and the rest of his new companions follow? Will he be forced to fight the darkness alone? Either way, he knows now where he’s headed—back to the only place that’s ever felt like home. 
 
Meanwhile, in the caverns of Gauntlgrym, the drow Tiago Baenre enlists the help of the Bregan D’aerthe in his quest to destroy his grandfather’s killer: Drizzt Do’Urden. While making promises they may not keep, the agents of the elite drow mercenary group hide plans of their own . . .
 
The Last Threshold is the fourth book in the Neverwinter Saga and the twenty-sixth installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 25
In this third installment of the New York Times–bestselling Neverwinter Saga, Drizzt draws his sword once more for the sake of his friends

Drizzt and Dahlia Sin’felle have defeated the sorceress Sylora Salm, but Dahlia’s thirst for revenge is far from slaked. Now, she speaks of nothing but the moment she will face the evil Netherese lord Herzgo Alegni—a moment she has been waiting for since she was just a child. Though Drizzt and Dahlia’s bond is no longer just one of friendship, there is much he does not know about his new lover. What is the driving force behind the darkness he’s seen within her? Can he justify another battle to settle a grudge he does not understand?

But Dahlia isn’t the only one seeking vengeance against Alegni. Artemis Entreri, Drizzt’s former enemy, offers to aid Dahlia in her mission, hoping it will win him his freedom. But partnering with Entreri poses new challenges: Charon’s Claw, Algeni’s sentient sword, dominates Entreri’s movements—if not his mind. And then there’s the way Entreri looks at Dahlia, causing Drizzt to wonder if the cunning assassin is still more foe than friend.

Charon’s Claw is the third book in the Neverwinter Saga and the twenty-fifth installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 24
Against all odds, Drizzt and Dahlia join forces in the aftermath of battle, united in their desire for vengeance against the sorceress who destroyed Neverwinter
 
The last of the Companions has fallen. Now Drizzt Do’Urden is alone—and free—for the first time in almost one hundred years. Guilt mingles with relief, leaving Drizzt uniquely vulnerable to the persuasions of Dahlia, a darkly alluring elf and the only other member of their Gauntlgrym search party to survive the cataclysm at Mount Hotenow.
 
But traveling with Dahlia is challenging in more ways than one. As the pair seeks revenge on the sorceress responsible for leveling Neverwinter—and nearly Luskan as well—Drizzt finds his usual moral certainty swept away by her unconventional views. Forced to see the dark deeds to which circumstance may drive a common man, Drizzt begins to find himself on the wrong side of the law in an effort to protect those the law has failed. As old enemies acquire deadly allies, Drizzt and Dahlia quickly find themselves embroiled in battle—a state he’s coming to enjoy a little too much.

Neverwinter is the second book in the Neverwinter Saga and the twenty-fourth installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 23
With nothing left to lose, Drizzt and Bruenor begin an arduous search for the lost dwarven kingdom of Gauntlgrym
 
The peace between the dwarves of Mithral Hall and the orcish Kingdom of Many-Arrows has not come without its costs. But even grief and old age cannot dissuade Bruenor Battlehammer from pursuing his dream of finding the fabled kingdom of Gauntlgrym—ruins said to be rich with ancient treasure and arcane lore. As always, Drizzt Do’Urden is at his side, ready to make the most of his friend’s final years.
 
But Jarlaxle and Athrogate are two steps ahead. In their own search for treasure and magic, Jarlaxle and Athrogate inadvertently set into motion a catastrophe that could spell disaster for the unsuspecting people of the city of Neverwinter—a catastrophe big enough to lure even the mercenary Jarlaxle into risking his own coin and skin to stop it. Unfortunately, the more they uncover about the secret of Gauntlgrym, the more it looks like they can’t stop it on their own. They’ll need help from the last people they ever thought to fight alongside again: Drizzt and Bruenor.
 
Gauntlgrym is the first book in the Neverwinter Saga and the twenty-third installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 22
In the gripping conclusion to the New York Times­­–bestselling Transitions trilogy, Drizzt Do’Urden comes face-to-face with a power that will change Faerûn forever
 
With the collapse of Mystra’s Weave and the onslaught of the Spellplague, all of Faerûn is thrown into chaos. But as magic turns more dangerous and unreliable, an even greater foe presents itself: the Ghost King, an entity that contains the combined might of a dragon, a mind flayer, and the Crenshinibon—the demonic crystal shard thought to be destroyed years ago. When Jarlaxle, a drowmercenary, is targeted by the Ghost King, he knows his life hinges on finding the Deneir priest named Cadderly Bonaduce. But to find Cadderly, he must travel to the cathedral in Spirit Soaring, the very place from which he is banned. And to enter Spirit Soaring, he must first his recruit his old enemy Drizzt Do’Urden to his cause.
 
When Catti-brie is struck by an errant strand of the Weave, Jarlaxle is able to convince Drizzt and Bruenor that their plights are one and the same. Together, they travel to Spirit Soaring, where the priests and mages of Deneir—led by Cadderly—rush to arm themselves against the Ghost King. But with many losing faith and time quickly running out, the battle ahead looks more than dire than ever.
 
The Ghost King is the third book in the Transitions trilogy and the twenty-second installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 21
Drawn into a battle against nefarious pirates, Drizzt questions if ‘the greater good’ is worth the cost of innocent lives

A shadowy organization of mages and pirates known as the Arcane Brotherhood has long held the city of Luskan in their power, but corruption now eats away at their ranks. Seeing this as an opportunity to finally defeat their leader, Arklem Greeth, legendary pirate hunter Captain Deudermont hatches a plot that will free the city of the Brotherhood’s iron grip.

Elsewhere, Drizzt and Regis depart for Icewind Dale, where they suspect Wulfgar—having returned his adopted daughter to her biological mother—now lives in isolation. When they cross paths with Captain Deudermont on their journey, the pirate hunter reveals his plans and recruits the duo to fight against the Arcane Brotherhood. But rescuing Luskan from itself proves more difficult—and more violent—than anyone anticipated, leaving all to question if they will destroy the city before they can actually save it.

The Pirate King is the second book in the Transitions trilogy and the twenty-first installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.


Book 20
The war against the orcs is far from over in this opening installment of a bold new trilogy in the Legend of Drizzt series

The end of winter is near, and it seems the uneasy peace between the dwarves of Mithral Hall and the orcs of the newly established Kingdom of Many-Arrows will not last long. The orc tribes united under Obould are splintering, with some seeking to establish an alliance with a clan of half ogres-half orcs. Drizzt, too, feels himself torn apart, unsure which of the Companions needs him most: As Catti-brie recovers from a serious injury, Wulfgar mourns the death of his wife. Together, the broken pair leaves Mithral Hall for Silverymoon, hoping to find a trail that leads to Wulfgar’s lost adopted daughter. Meanwhile, Bruenor begins his own desperate search. Determined to end the war that nearly cost him his life and everything he has built, he will stop at nothing until he finds the ancient dwarven city of Gauntlgrym.

But to truly end the war, drastic changes must be made. Powerful individuals on both sides may have to alter the way they see each other—and perhaps even talk to one another—for it will take more than swords and axes to bring a lasting peace to the Spine of the World.

The Orc King is the first book in the Transitions series and the twentieth installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.
Book 19
The war between Drizzt and King Obould rages on in this New York Times–bestselling conclusion to The Hunter’s Blades trilogy

Dark elf Drizzt Do’Urden would like nothing more than to kill King Obould Many-Arrows, the leader of the slavering orc army that slaughtered his closest friends. Now, it seems even Innovindil, Drizzt’s new moon elf companion, cannot escape the grip of Obould’s murderous scourge. When the orc king steals Innovindil’s beloved pegasus, Drizzt must accompany her on a rescue mission to the northern lands of the frost giants—even if it means suffering the same fate as the Companions.

Except the Companions are not dead . . . yet. Unbeknownst to Drizzt, they are sealed inside the walls of Mithral Hall, awaiting a battle that will either make or break them. As Obould’s horde prepares for a siege just outside the gates, Bruenor must mastermind a plan that will defeat the orcs and lead his clan to victory.

The Two Swords is the third book in The Hunter’s Blades trilogy and the nineteenth installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.

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