Timeless by R.A. Salvatore


At long last, New York Times bestselling author R. A. Salvatore returns with one of fantasy's most beloved and enduring icons, the dark elf Drizzt Do'Urden, in an all-new trilogy full of swordplay, danger, and imaginative thrills,Centuries ago, in the city of Menzoberranzan, the City of Spiders, the City of Drow, nestled deep in the unmerciful Underdark of Toril, a young weapon master earned a reputation far above his station or that of his poor ...

Details Timeless

Release DateSep 4th, 2018
PublisherHarper Voyager
GenreFantasy, Dungeons and Dragons, Forgotten Realms, Science Fiction Fantasy

Reviews Timeless

  • Adah Udechukwu
    Timeless is a bit good. It had its moments of brilliance but the names of the characters in the novel made comprehension difficult.
  • Alicia
    So glad I got to read this in advanced. This is everything I wanted and more. So glad that Salvatore decided to continue the story arc and keep my favorite characters alive and kicking.
  • Maranda
    I received an ARC of this novel. As such, I will keep away from all spoilers and not give examples of scenes from the novel.I mean...it's another Drizzt book. I actually stopped reading the series some time ago, around the time they introduced Neverwinter, and I did not plan to read any more of it. I am not a fan of series that don't seem to ever end, though the books were not all bad. I just wasn't interested anymore. BUT. When I found out that ...
  • Chris Wright
    I think this is the first time it's taken me four days to read a Drizzt book. I usually lose sleep and meals - and other natural needs - to get to the end of each book. The release of Timeless coincided with moving home. As such, I had to make a decision: focus on moving home or read until I drop? I had to make a choice...... While my partner did all the heavy duty stuff, I found every opportunity I could to enjoy this great story.Like most recen...
  • Sno4wy
    My full review doesn't fit on Goodreads because of the character limit, nor does the truncated version that I'd posted to Amazon. So, I'll just include the elements from those reviews that ultimately made me give this book 3/5 stars, despite my feeling that Timeless is the best Salvatore work to date.The characterization of Zaknafein is perhaps the strongest of any in Timeless. Zaknafein felt far more natural than is the norm for Salvatore’s ch...
  • Kendra Lawrence
    I have mixed feelings about this book. I would give it 3.5 stars if I could. was pretty content with Hero being the end of this long-running series, even though there were some burning questions, and characters (like Doum’wielle), that we don’t know the whereabouts of. I think an entirely new series focusing on other characters could be started.That said, I know people have been clamoring for a Jarlaxle and Zaknafein novel. I was reluctant ab...
  • Mike
    SpoilersGood read but, IMO. too many big players. All thepowerful drow are here to help Jarlaxle and Drizz't. I know thateveryone likes Drizz't but ALL of them coming together to help fight the drow, I don't like it.
  • Sondra Massey
    A breathtaking journey It's nice to be back among friends, old and new. The journey twists and turns, and I do mean some unexpected turns. For me the most important area explored is the one between Drizzt and his father; remembering through a child's eyes and seeing through that of an adult. We are also left with a precarious situation and we finally find out just who resurrected Zak. (Nope not telling you, read the book). I do wish the writer wo...
  • Jacob Hamby
    10/10After all of these years it feels like the story of Drizzt is building up to a crescendo. I highly recommend!
  • Alia Gonzales
    I really need to read this again to have a full insight to it, but it was enjoyable and heart-tugging. Can't wait to get through it all over again.
  • ron
    Too short as always. Please keep them coming! I loved it. I get lost it the story the details of every fight. The banter between the characters. A bit too short is the only thing I can say. Because I just didn't want to put it down.
  • J. Griff
    When I didn't think that R.A. Salvatore could take Drizzt Do'Urden & his allies' story any further! He had me on the edge of my seat several times trying to guess where this story was going to go. It will be a long year of waiting till the next book in the series is released.
  • Theresa
    I enjoyed this book because the characters and setting came alive for me. It is well written, and I am looking forward to this series.
  • Daniel Casey
    Salvatore gives readers what they want–stunning swordplay, fabulous magical battles, and demonic machinations. There is a fantastic amount of action in this novel always in the service of the plot making each scene not just entertaining but utile.Read my full review: https://misanthropester.com/2018/08/1...
  • L.
    not bad; can't believe the character is still going after all this time
  • Samantha Mielke
    Received an ARC at SDCC 2018An excellent return to the Realms and Drizzt as he struggles with the unexpected challenges of the return of his father Zaknafein. Bob excellently blends some of the past and present, exploring both the past friendship between Jarlaxle and Zaknafein, as well as the struggle between father and son to relate outside the confines of Menzoberranzan.
  • Aristotle
    The author of the anonymous op-ed uncovered!JARLAXLE!I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Lolth Administration.Menzoberranzan has more treachery, duplicity, and chaos than Donald Trump's White House.Okay not that bad but Queen Lolth sure likes to stir things up!Drizzt and the gang are back!This is what a fantasy book should be. Fast, entertaining, and characters with personality.The reunion between Drizzt and his father Zaknafein was awkward an...
  • Angela
    I had high hopes that this would be the book that would bring me back into liking this series again. Sadly that didn't happen. I think some of the problem is the Drow city, its not a place that I like and it was supposed to be a place that Drizzt never interacted with or had ties to after leaving it, or so that was the characters main hope. I'm sure there are many fans who loved the book but I'm not one of them.
  • Jack
    Great addition to the Drizzt legend!