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The Stowaway Forgotten Realms Stone of Tymora #1

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From the author of than a dozen New York Times best sellers and his son comes the first installment of a brand new fantasy trilogy written just for young readers Barely a teen and already guarding a secret that could jeopardize his young life Maimun is marked for death With the help of a mysterious stranger the boy escapes his village and flees out to sea stowing away on the pirate hunting ship Sea Sprite where. I'm going to let this stand as my review for all three books I enjoyed them and it was really neat seeing a different angle on stories I'm already familiar with To clarify what I mean this story follows a young boy and throughout his adventures he crosses paths with Drizzt many times This takes place during the time that he and the gang are hunting down Regis and Artemis Entreri You get to see bits and pieces of that same adventure through the lens of this young boy As far as I'm aware this is the first time that Geno has had a hand in this world I think it's a good starting point for him He gets to dip a toe without having the inevitable comparison of his version of the characters with his fathers That does happen to an extent though I don't know how much his father was involved but the few characters that we're all familiar with just don't really seem like themselves Again it's well written they just come off as off from their normal personality Especially Captain Deudermont who is the most heavily featured of all the standard cast of characters His character seems most out of place based on what I know of himThere were only a couple of things that really stood out to me as errors One is when one of the books has a guard and an euine It's not the main euine of the story whom I don't have a problem with but just a regular horse that doesn't act in the manner of any horse I've ever been around Overall though it was a good section of books to add to this series It let's Geno dip his toe in these waters without sullying the main characters I'm happy that this was a side series They're also about half the length of the main books so they're also a uick read I also like some of the other realistic parts such as not having a young child be a master swordsman even if they receive some training Too often characters are made natural savants instead of having to struggle to gain mastery I think that's much relateable An Heiress in Venice (Nights in Venice uick read I also like some of the other realistic parts such as not having a young child be a master swordsman even if they receive some training Too often characters are made natural savants instead of having to struggle to gain mastery I think that's much relateable

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He comes across a most unlikely ally the dark elf Drizzt Do'Urden With a half demon determined to destroy him and a crew of sailors resentful of the trouble he's caused Maimun must find the courage to prove his worth both to his friends and to himself Nearly two decades ago RA Salvatore introduced the world to Drizzt D'Urden in a series that has since become a fantasy classic and a consistent presence on best. I grew up reading Salvatore He was the very writer that got me hooked on Fantasy on worlds and characters beyond on own Despite reading much criticism about his writing techniue I would always standfast that he is a great writer who stirs imagination This book is garbage I do not believe it was actually written by RA Salvatore There is not a single redeeming uality about it It felt like it was written by a 10 year old who does not know how to write If not for the name on it no decent publisher would even consider it

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Seller lists Now for the first time Salvatore partners with his son Geno to craft a brand new story just for young readers featuring a cameo of the most beloved fantasy character of all time For young readers seeking the next great fantasy saga or for long time fans who can't miss any installment in the Drizzt saga this book delivers all the action intrigue and magic you've come to expect from the Salvatore nam. I don’t think I would’ve like this book much if it wasn’t connected to Legend of Drizzt but because it is and you see Drizzt and his companions in smallScenes it makes this book a fun read It feels jumpy at parts and lacks detail but it is meant to be a simpler read and it’s still enjoyable


10 thoughts on “The Stowaway Forgotten Realms Stone of Tymora #1

  1. says:

    Very short and it was just good enough that I liked it without getting forced to dive into the rabbit hole of fifty other books by this author


  2. says:

    I'm going to let this stand as my review for all three books I enjoyed them and it was really neat seeing a different angle on stories I'm already familiar with To clarify what I mean this story follows a young boy and throughout his adventures he crosses paths with Drizzt many times This takes place during the time that he and the gang are hunting down Regis and Artemis Entreri You get to see bits and pieces of that same adventure through the lens of this young boy As far as I'm aware this is the first time that Geno has had a hand in this world I think it's a good starting point for him He gets to dip a toe without having the inevitable comparison of his version of the characters with his fathers That does happen to an extent though I don't know how much his father was involved but the few characters that we're all familiar with just don't really seem like themselves Again it's well written they just come off as off from their normal personality Especially Captain Deudermont who is the most heavily featured of all the standard cast of characters His character seems most out of place based on what I know of himThere were only a couple of things that really stood out to me as errors One is when one of the books has a guard and an euine It's not the main euine of the story whom I don't have a problem with but just a regular horse that doesn't act in the manner of any horse I've ever been around Overall though it was a good section of books to add to this series It let's Geno dip his toe in these waters without sullying the main characters I'm happy that this was a side series They're also about half the length of the main books so they're also a uick read I also like some of the other realistic parts such as not having a young child be a master swordsman even if they receive some training Too often characters are made natural savants instead of having to struggle to gain mastery I think that's much relateable


  3. says:

    The book was very interesting but the story was not very easy to understand the problem is that it starts with the main character telling his story to a pirate of how he was running but after 20 chapters the main character decided to start his story when he was born and then it was very confusing what time the story was taking place but after all it ended very well


  4. says:

    I really liked this book It is fantasy set in medieval times in a different universe One of the things I didn't like so much was that the writing wasn't that good The book is structured in a very interesting fashion; it started with the main character being interrogated by a pirate captain and then he tells the captain a story then he tells the captain the story leading up to the original story and then he tells him the story that takes place after the original story I think this structure was an interesting choice and the authors did a pretty good job of the strange structure but it was a little bit hard to follow One thing I enjoyed about the book is that this author has written countless other books in this same world with various characters and plot lines but this book was much less dense and you didn't need to have read ALL of the other books to understand this one


  5. says:

    I have always loved R A Salvatore's novels especially those with Drizzt Do'Urden This novel brought me back the familiar characters of those stories Maimun is an orphan who is taken care of by Perrault a fatherly figure who is also his guardian Through the frame story Maimun is sharing we learn how he came in possession of a Stone of Tymora and of his adventures with Asbeel a demon who wants the stone The novel ends with a cliffhanger definitely making me want to read the next novel of the trilogy I especially enjoyed how this story fit in with Drizzt's tale of rescuing his halfling friend Regis


  6. says:

    I grew up reading Salvatore He was the very writer that got me hooked on Fantasy on worlds and characters beyond on own Despite reading much criticism about his writing techniue I would always standfast that he is a great writer who stirs imagination This book is garbage I do not believe it was actually written by RA Salvatore There is not a single redeeming uality about it It felt like it was written by a 10 year old who does not know how to write If not for the name on it no decent publisher would even consider it


  7. says:

    A bit middle of the road for Salvatore's books this one does well in developing the new character of Maimun although it fails to tell it in a simple linear fashion The action scenes are on par for his other work which is to say they're some of the better parts of the book Unfortunately the book does a bad job explaining why Asbeel is the way he is And the ending isn't much of an ending either; thus this trilogy is really one long story


  8. says:

    A fun start to a new trilogy that really feels fresh and fun for a Salvatore series The cameos by well known characters seem a little forced and unnecessary as the main characters of the book are interesting enough


  9. says:

    I don’t think I would’ve like this book much if it wasn’t connected to Legend of Drizzt but because it is and you see Drizzt and his companions in smallScenes it makes this book a fun read It feels jumpy at parts and lacks detail but it is meant to be a simpler read and it’s still enjoyable


  10. says:

    ShadowmaskAmazing as always Salvatore senior now his son are truly genius'when it comes to fantasy Keep it up Eagerly looking forward to


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