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The Legend of Drizzt: A Neverwinter Tale by R.A. Salvatore

Today over on the Kirkus blog, I talk about The Legend of Drizzt: A Neverwinter Tale by R.A. Salvatore.

From the post:

It’s difficult to imagine Dungeons & Dragons without The Forgotten Realms, a campaign/expansion setting created by Ed Greenwood in 1967, and brought into the D&D canon fully in 1987.  The setting has proven a fruitful one for players and authors alike.  At least twenty-four books have included R.A. Salvatore’s Dark Elf hero, Drizzt.  Few authors have contributed as much to the Dungeons & Dragons canon as Ed Greenwood and R.A. Salvatore.  I actually had the opportunity to chat with Salvatore for the SFSignal.com podcast, and we talked extensively about his Neverwinter Saga and Drizzt himself.  The history and world building in that series is carried over and expanded in the comics which make up the new graphic novel.

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