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  • Sojourn

  • Legend of Drizzt: Dark Elf Trilogy, Book 3
  • De : R. A. Salvatore
  • Lu par : Victor Bevine
  • Durée : 10 h et 14 min
  • 4,9 out of 5 stars (7 notations)

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Sojourn

De : R. A. Salvatore
Lu par : Victor Bevine
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    R. A. Salvatore's New York Times best-selling novel! Drizzt DoUrden has forsaken his subterranean home for the harsh unknown of the surface. The young warrior begins a sojourn through a world utterly unlike his own - and finds that acceptance among the surface-dwellers will only come at a great price....

    ©1991 TSR, Inc., c. 2004 Wizards of the Coast, Inc. (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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    • Adnan
    • 19/05/2013

    A great sense of adventure

    This is the last and best book of the series. Book starts with Drizzt living in cave trying to make sense of an alien environment. At this point, reader knows enough about the character to really understand how one might feel and experience when face with such circumstances. Author did a great job of actually going through a lot of detail about how surface / light / environment impacted Drizzt. A small thing such as weather change, which we might take for granted, was not well understood by Drizzt.

    Since a reader could feel for the character, book provides a great sense of adventure as if reader itself is walking out to the world for the first time. For seasoned readers, it is a sense that does not easily achieved and I really appreciated it.

    Once somewhat comfortable with his new environment, Drizzt tries to establish relationships which really back fires. These attempts and his appearance / race lends him in trouble. There underline theme of pre-conceptions people have and how they are quick to judge based on appearance.

    His attempts to establish relationships eventually bare fruits, and his adventure continues in a different direction.

    All in all, this is a good book with a great sense of adventure. Narration seems correct for this type of book, and story zips along at a brisk pace. It is a good 3.5 to 4 star book. I liked the book enough that I will be picking up the next book from the author about the character.

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    • JPaladin
    • 18/06/2013

    Waste....

    I was very interested in the idea of the first book: taking the viewpoint of the Tolkien-style "evil" races and exploring an individual's experience and ethical growth in the face of an "evil" culture, leadership, and deity. I stuck through progressively worse books, all in hope the author was going to take that idea to its fruition.

    I liked the story of the first book--despite the very week development of the mythology, history, and characters. I thought that the paper thin facade of the background story of "good" vs "evil" was just that--a "facade"--and that the author was setting it up just to tear it down in the second and third book (as a great trilogy author would). I put up with the lack of any rules to the character's abilities (a new magical ability or skill seems to pop out of thin air as the author needs it to push the story along). I also put up with the main character's inanate physical abilities (which conveniently for the story-telling are alternately awe inspiring and then insufficient throughout the series) AND WORSE innate "goodness" without any real explanation or development (only weak, underdeveloped hints as to the influence of the father or sister or third book "goddess/heart").

    But to my great dismay, the second book was even less nuanced and only detracted from the depth of the character--adding in childish ("young adult") motivations, dialog, and actions. From this book forward, everyone he meets is either pure good (open minded, accepting, kind--always after a short adjustment period) or through and through "Cruella De Vil" evil (so borring!).

    It got exponentially worse in the third and final book. The author almost entirely dropped the mythology of the first book; only at times making a surface nod towards a larger idea (e.g. the main character has issues with one of his abilities on the surface, but that is never explored). Worse the author exchanged the underdeveloped villains of the first and second book--who had some potential for depth/interest (spider goddess, main character's family, mercenary group) for pathetic caricatures of recycled Disney villians (mountain troll gang leader, then mountain orc gang leader, then vindictive mountain man).

    Loved the original idea--hated the execution.

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    • Aaron
    • 03/05/2013

    a must for any fantasy fan

    Would you listen to Sojourn again? Why?

    Absolutely I love the stories.. all three of them they have been a favorite of mine for close to 20 years now.

    Which character – as performed by Victor Bevine – was your favorite?

    I do not have a favorite character that Victor preformed, I'm just thrilled at the job Victor did at narrating these books. While their is nothing difficult about reading the books the way R.A Salvatore wrights i was afraid that the fighting sequences would come of as lame.I am thrilled to say that they did not not at all.

    Any additional comments?

    If you have never tried this series I urge anyone to start with book one and stick with them. the first book starts off a little slow but only because their is such a big world that needs to be created in your mind. midway through the book you will be cursing the times that you have to stop listening to do anything else.

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    • Gr
    • 02/11/2013

    Outstanding story

    Sojourn brings the "Dark Elf Trilogy" to a close. If you enjoy Fantasy, you will enjoy this book and the trilogy. It is a fantastic conclusion to a wonderful series. The book is set on the surface so it is different feel from the first two books but I found I enjoyed it even more. I am looking forward to reading more about the character. I only hope that other books involving this character are as well written and told.

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    • Roy
    • 15/08/2013

    Great Series for the whole family!

    Many years ago, I read this series and the Crystal Shard trilogy when they were first published and have followed the life and experiences of Drizzt the Drow Elf for many years. When it was released by Audible on audiobook, I was excited to jump back in and re-live those stories...I am so glad I did. Hearing these novels read by Victor Bevine is fantastic! His voice is perfect and he brings each character to life in their own unique way! Have downloaded this trilogy and the Crystal Shard trilogy to listen to again and again. I'm also sharing these audiobooks with my 10 and 11 year old children and teaching them the principles of the books...you can rise above your environment. You can become whatever you want, and living a principled life may not be easy, but it is worth it! Thanks Audible for bringing me back to these great books!

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    • Robert
    • 24/07/2013

    Awesome

    This was a very good series. Almost start to finish. I am pleasantly surprise to see another series that has branched off from this. Yaay!

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    • David Franco
    • 13/09/2016

    good

    the weakest of the three books but still a necessary read. Love this trilogy. the narrator is nothing short of excellent.

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    • Teresa
    • 06/12/2013

    If it's black with a white strip, not a friend.

    Drizzt is having a hard time trying to acclimate above ground. Some of it is fun other times tragic. There are new friends and lots of enemies. This story has some of the formula characters such as humans, elves, dwarves but there are many new ones too. It does take a twist when you get dwarves that are dandies and not so much as miners. As usual with RA Salvatore he takes us on a vivid and grand adventure. Narrator is good.

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    • Brian Douglas
    • 28/03/2018

    Mediocre at best...

    Any additional comments?

    This book really lacks substance. I get that they are trying to impart Dritzzt's lack of experience of above ground living, but what we receive is a skunk (that stench was a true foreshadow) and a episode of Little House on the Prairie (who choose to ignore the local beasties threat).

    As to the narration, I felt like the book was being read by Mr. Rogers (first 20 minutes). Unless this book was targeting 4 year old's he really missed the mark.

    Finally, the final straw was the "Hey, who is that Dark Elf stranger? Uh-oh he looks like he may be nice, so lets start a bad PR for him by... let's say... umm, an overly befuddled plan where I get to play dress up?"

    Stopped listening there... skip this book and move along... nothing to see here.

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    • chase
    • 12/07/2016

    Mild

    Victor Bevine is an amazing narrator. Unfortunately, I think this is the weakest of Salvatore's work ( I started with the ice wind dale trilogy which I loved). Too much time spent in Drizzts internal conflicts. This book felt small, as if the whole thing occurred within a 10 mile radius and in a boring neighborhood complete with real animals like owls, bears, skunks, and rabbits.

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    • Jörg
    • 28/01/2021

    Drizzit

    Einer der besten Fantasy Romane in voller Länge. Witz. Spannung. Tolle Geschichte. einzigartige Hauptfigur. Fantastic Fantasy.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 14/09/2020

    einfach episch.

    ein super offener Abschluss der Geschichte, ich möchte diese Reihe hoch loben, den sie ist wahrlich ein Meisterstück.

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    • E.C.S.
    • 31/08/2020

    einfach nur großartig!

    Dies ist der dritte Band und eine weitere großartige Geschichte von Drizzt. I love it!

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    • dave/null
    • 27/03/2019

    gutes Buch, aber

    man merkt leider sehr stark dass die Audioaufnahme schon etwas älter ist. Ein remaster hätte dem Ganzen sicher sehr gut getan. Ansonsten macht der Sprecher einen sehr guten Job und stellt die verschiedenen Charaktere sehr gut dar und es scheint mir als würde er von Buch zu Buch besser werden und langsam seinen "Groove" finden