Drizzt Do'Urden, on his own, in full revenge mode believing that his companions are gone for good this time, especially Bruenor Battlehammer. The gears shift to high. We explore more of Drizzt's dark side. At the same time we have hard-pressed dwarves beseiged by Goblins, Orcs, Giants and Trolls. We find Regis being sensible and honourable. We have a God-Blessed Orc King, loss of hard won territory for the dwarves and way too many Orcs being shrewd. What can I say about the plot that gives you a clue that this is an excellent continuation of R.A. Salvatore's work. I sat down to read it, 7 hours and a few bathroom and snack breaks aside, I was done. I laughed, I cried, I grew angry, I commiserated, I cheered. If only all books were as compulsive a read, we would not have gaps in people's literacy and lack of imagination. Being the first ever review written by me, I am not being professional at all, but I do know that I am a immersive book-a-holic. Those who are following these titles from the Crystal Shard Triology onwards will definitely not be disappointed. Enjoy.