Monday, August 1, 2011


Exile is the second book in R.A. Salvatore's Dark Elf Trilogy. Drizzt has proven himself to be unlike the rest of the drow - too unlike them. He leaves the city and ventures out to face the dangers of survival in the Underdark - a challenge at times even for a fighter as skilled as he is.

As the days go by, though, Drizzt realizes that while he can survive outside the city, he is still not able to truly live in the solitude he must endure. Friends eventually come from some unlikely places, but Drizzt soon finds that he cannot outrun his heritage. After all, another characteristic of the drow is that they do not easily forget when they have been slighted - nor do they forgive.

Once again, Salvatore has not disappointed me. If I didn't have to read other things for school, I wouldn't have been able to put this down! As action-packed as the first, the book is exciting and suspenseful at times, but we learn quite a bit more about Drizzt's character as well.



Wizards of the Coast

Series Info: What came before this book? What's next?
The Dark Elf Trilogy
- Homeland (Book 1)
* Exile (Book 2)
- Sojourn (Book 3)

The Legend of Drizzt
- Homeland (Book 1)
* Exile (Book 2)
- Sojourn (Book 3)

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