Salvatore creates truly immersive fiction with engrossing characterization and grand story telling. Seemless action carries the plot forward in a truly enjoyable experience.
The Icewind Dale Trilogy
"The Crystal Shard"
When a weak apprentice mage by the name of Akar Kessel finds an ancient artifact, Crenshinibon, the Crystal Shard, he finds power beyond his wildest dreams. With his newfound abilities, Kessel plans on conquest and destruction for his own glory and pleasure. Now, the Ten-Towns of Icewind Dale must come together to save themselves. The heroes of Icewind must work diligently to save the foolish towns from a threat much greater than petty differences and in the process learn much about themselves and their relationship to the world around them.
"Streams of Silver"
Bruenor, Wulfgar, Regis, and Drizzt go on a quest to find Mithril Hall, the birthplace of the dwarf and of his ancestors. Through their travels, Drizzt must face the racism of the surface and even ponders returning to the Underdark city of Menzoberranzan from which he had fled many years earlier. Meanwhile, an old enemy searches for the halfling and his magical gem. Catti-brie is caught up in the plot and is forced to deal with harrowing events and deep ethical as well as emotional questions.
"The Halflings Gem"
Captured by Entreri, Regis is whisked away to Calimport to face the vengeance of Pasha Pook. Drizzt must hide behind a magical mask, and with Wulfgar, rush to save his friend. Together they must face pirates, monsters, the deserts, and the delights of an exotic land. The barbarianís horizons are continually stretched as are his feelings for Catti-brie.