The Lone Drow

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The Lone Drow by R. A. Salvatore is a great addition into the popular and dynamic Legend of Drizzt novel series. There is absolutely no prize on guessing the name of the narrator, especially when the book is written by R. A. Salvatore. You are right; the narrator of The Lone Drow novel is none other than Victor Bevine and what a brilliant voice he has given once again to the characters of this book and especially to Drizzt, with whom people can very closely connect through his voice.

The time is tough and someone is in very tough situation. He is left completely alone right in the center of the battlefield. He has no hope as he is surrounded completely from all sides with the fear of death. He is totally cornered and outclassed by his enemies in the battlefield. And this means, he is just ready to die.

Drizzt Do’Urden this time has taken the role of the Hunter. In the meantime, the bank of the orc crowds is still desolating in the Northern area and that too fiercely. Cut off, all on his own convinced about the fact that everything, which is considerable to him has been destroyed.

The Two Swords and The Orc King novels are from the Legend of Drizzt series, which makes them the products of the world famous writer, R. A. Salvatore. You must listen to the audio version of these recommended novels in order to find out closely about the diversity and expertise of author. Moreover, you will be on a roller coaster ride as the narration by Victor Bevine is a big plus associated with these novels.

 

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