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Homeland by R. A. Salvatore

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AuthorR. A. Salvatore
TitleHomeland
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Volume0
YearUnknown
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Alaria 
(Dec 21, 2009)

The book Homeland came into my possession by it becoming my boyfriend's favorite book. I was reluctant to read it, as I'm not a gigantic fan of elven fantasy novels, but I did so anyways. After reading but 20 pages of the book I realized that the female dominance in the novel bothered me, which is strange because I am female and most would enjoy the thought of being the dominant sex. I would suggest reading this to anyone who enjoys fantasy and rebellion as young Drizzt shows in the novel.


Submitted by Shelby 
(Mar 19, 2009)

When I started to read Homeland I had already been exposed to R.A. Salvatores other books. had previously read The Crystal Shard, Streams of Silver, and the Halfling's Gem. I enjoyed watching Drizzt grown up and not feel as if he fit in. And of course as R.A. Salvatore is an excellent writer, the emotoins just sucked me in and I couldn't put the book down. I read it in a manner of hours. I cried when it was approprite and was so caught up in the culture of the Drow. I would reccomend this book to anyone, fantasy lover or not.
--Shelby


Submitted by Somebody 
(Jan 11, 2007)

i think that homeland was a very good book. it was recommmended to me by a good friend. When i first started reading this book i really didnt think i was going to like it because i didnt understand some of the things going on because i dont read a ton of fantasy books. But once i started figuring out the plot and the strange things that they talk about the book became very enjoyable. Drizzt and Zak were great characters because they both were the characters that i loved to cheer for. The end of the book sort of made me angry with what happened with Zak. I just want to know what happens to Drizzt next because i havent yet read the other two books in the series. i hope that they are just as good as the first.




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