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I gave up on reading the Drizzt novels at The Crystal Shard. Simply lost interest. TCS was the *first* novel Salvatore wrote, with the "Homeland" trilogy coming after the TCS trilogy, and it was not very good. This doesn't mean his works don't get better *after* the TCS trilogy, but I just know...the damn series is too long. He milked it for everything it was worth.

One can only read so many fight scenes before one thirsts for a more meaty story and character development, and some sort of overarching story line that drives one to keep flipping pages.

So, this post is a reminder to me to look into getting my hands on the Harry Potter books (I've caught the cinema series in piecemeal over the years, finally finishing it up this week thanks to SciFi - and I think it's time I read a series so popular) as well as the Earthsea books by Ursula K. Le Guin, yet another series I was made aware of by SciFi channel (but many years ago.)