The Two Swords by R. A. Salvatore

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AuthorR. A. Salvatore
TitleThe Two Swords
SeriesHunter's Blade Trilogy, The
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Submitted by Anonymous 
(Sep 03, 2005)

Given the popularity of this author, it honestly doesn't matter what he writes anymore. His heroes are virtually untouchable and never challenged by worthy foes. The villains are blumbering fools incapable of arresting the reader's pity, scorn or contempt. Salvatore is very much a formulaic writer - a series of contests and battles intertwined with relatively unimportant dialogue and shallow characters. And as for Drizzt Do'Urden, the dark-skinned hero who has captured so many hearts? Given that he will never be defeated, challenged or even upset marginally, is it any wonder that I was personally praying for someone to kill him. Bring on the anti-hero ...

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