Servant of the Shard

Servant of the Shard

Book - 2000
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Having seized the Crystal Shard at the end of The Silent Blade, the dark elf Jarlaxle now struggles to control it. Grudgingly aided by the assassin Artemis Entreri, they must desperately look elsewhere for help before the gem destroys them and all that they worked for.
Publisher: Renton, WA ; London : Wizards of the Coast, 2000
ISBN: 9780786916573
0786916575
Characteristics: 348 p. ; 24 cm

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AryanM000
Feb 24, 2017

This book is great,it is so good it simply just sheds away that D&D logo and it has a very consuming story,5 stars all the way.

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Red_Mink_1
Mar 14, 2012

ikr
but personally i like jarlaxle

lasertravis May 05, 2011

This was actually the first Salvatore book i ever read. How that happened I can't really recall, but I instantly fell in love with Artemis Entreri. I love an anti-hero and Atremis is just great. The writing is descriptive and the plot and action are superb. makes you want to roll up characters and start a forgotten realms campaign. Drizzt is all fine and good, but I'll take Entreri every time. Evil is fun.

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