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    R. A. Salvatore(Author)

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  • PDF | 556 pages
  • R. A. Salvatore(Author)
  • Ballantine Books (2001)
  • English
  • 8
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  • By Koveh Tavakkol on February 14, 2010

    The first three books in this series were incredible, and I really enjoyed the read. This being the 4th book, really started to slow things down. The plot was not that interesting and it seemed more as if Salvatore was writing to continue the series. The books lacked his usual grander intertwining scheme. Although the book is still well written as is the norm for Salvatore, it definitely is not his best. The entire series is still worth the read, but it does get a little drawn out.

  • By Glen A Evans on May 8, 2015

    Great book, the drama is great. I almost wish the series ended here as the the last three books are a big disappointment.

  • By corky on June 15, 2015


  • By LawfulJoe on June 29, 2014

    Where the first books were more about the war this was more about politics and the workings between church and state. A lot of power plays and manipulation rather than swords and sorcery. A good read lots of intrigue.

  • By mikeb89 on August 4, 2000

    Sojourn has always been my favorite Salvatore book, but Mortalis may soon take replace it. The power and emotion in the words of this text are unbelievable. Also, Salvatore has once again delved into deep philosophical questions in a way that forces you to ponder the questions as well. It is clear that Mr. Salvatore poored his heart and soul into this book and I recommend it to any who come across this review.

  • By Paul Mann on February 14, 2016

    great book

  • By John Bojonny on August 9, 2013

    This author has provided a vivid image of a world where things have turned ugly, but good triumphs in the end.

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