Here is a list of Drizzt books. They were submitted to the old site by NINx.

I looked on the Wizards site to see what i could see and there seem to be more in this list than what Wizards has on their list 

1 The Crystal Shard (1988)
2 Streams of Silver
3 The Halfling’s Gem

1 Homeland (1990)
2 Exile
3 Sojourn

1 The Legacy (1992)
2 Starless Night (1993)
3 Siege of Darkness (1994)
4 Passage to Dawn (1996)

1 The Silent Blade (1998)
2 The Spine of the World (1999)
3 Servant of the Shard (2000)
4 Sea of Swords (2001)

1 The Thousand Orcs (2002)
2 The Lone Drow (2003)
3 The Two Swords (2004)

1 Servant of the Shard (2000)
2 Promise of the Witch King (2005)
3 Road of the Patriarch (2006)



Legend of Drizzt Book I, Dark Elf Trilogy Book I       

Back cover to Homeland:

Travel back to strange and exotic Menzoberranzan, the vast city of drow and homeland to Icewind Dale hero Drizzt Do’Urden.

The young prince of a royal house, Drizzt grows to maturity in the vile world of his dark kin. Possessing honor beyond the scope of his unprincipled society, young Drizzt faces an inevitable dilemma. Can he live in a world that rejects integrity?


 Legend of Drizzt Book II, Dark Elf Trilogy Book II

Back cover to Exile:

Hostile in ways that a surface-dweller could never know, the tunnel-mazes of the Underdark challenge all who tread there. Among these souls are Drizzt Do’Urden and his magical cat, Guenhwyvar.

Exiled from his drow homeland, Drizzt must fight for a new home in the boundless labyrinth. Meanwhile, he must watch for signs of pursuit – for the dark elves are not a forgiving race.


 Legend of Drizzt Book III, Dark Elf Trilogy Book III

Back cover to Sojourn:

Far above the merciless Underdark, Drizzt Do’Urden fights to survive the elements of Toril’s harsh surface. The young drow begins his sojourn theough a world entirely unlike his own – even as he evades the dark elves of his past. He begins to understand his new home and it’s inhabitants, but acceptance among the surface-dwellers doesn’t come easily.

The Crystal Shard

 Legend of Drizzt Book IV, Icewind Dale Trilogy Book I

Back cover to The Crystal Shard:

Akar Kessell, a weak-willed apprentice mage sets in motion events leading to the rediscovery of the magical device, the crystal shard. But is it merely an inanimate device…or is it capable of directiing the defeat of Ten-Towns?

Or have the barbarians already arranged for that themselves? Their brutal attack on the villages of Ten-Towns seals their fate, and that of the young barbarian Wulfgar. Left for dead, Wulfgar is rescued by the dwarf, Bruenor, in exchange for five years of service…and friendship. With the help of the dark elf, Drizzt, Bruenor reshapes Wulfgar into a warrior with both brawn and brains.

But is Wulfgar string enough to reunite the barbarians tribes? Can an unorthodox dwarf and renegade dark elf persuade the people of Ten-Towns to put aside their petty differencees in time to stave off the forces of the crystal shard?

Streams of Silver

 Legend of Drizzt Book V, Icewind Dale Trilogy Book II

Back cover to Streams of Silver:

“Yer eyes’ll shine when ye see the rivers runnin’ silver in Mithril Hall”

Bruenor the dwarf, Wulfgar the barbarian, Regis the halfling, and Drizzt the dark elf fight monsters and magic on their way to Mithril Hall, centuries-old birthplace of Bruenor and his dwrven ancestors.

Faced with racism, Drizzt contemplates returning to the lightless underworld city and murderous lifestyle he abandoned. Wulfgar begins to overcome his tribe’s aversion for magic. And Regis runs from a deadly assassin, who, allied with evil wizards, is bent upon the companions destruction. All of Bruenor’s dreams, and the survival of his party, hinge upon the actions of one brave young woman. 

The Halfling’s Gem

 Legend of Drizzt Book VI, Icewind Dale Trilogy Book III

Back cover to The Halfling’s Gem:

Assasssin Artemis Entreri whisks his kidnapped victim, Regis the halfling, south to Calimport and into Pasha Pook’s vengeful hands. If Pook can control the magical panther Guenhwyvar, Regis will die in a real game of cat and mouse.

Using an enchanted mask, dark elf Drizzt Do’Urden hades his heritage and races with the barbarian Wulfgar to save their light-fingered friend. An unexpected ally arrivees just as Entreri springs his trap. But can Regis survive unscathed?

The companions from Icewind Dale battle pirates on the famed Sword Coast, brave the deserts of Calimshan, and fight monsters from other planes to rescue their friend…and themselves.

The Legacy

 Legend of Drizzt Book VII, Legacy of the Drow Book I

Back cover to The Legacy:

Life is good for Drizzt Do’Urden, better than it ever has been for the beleaguered dark elf. His dearest friend, the dwraf Bruenor, has reclaimed his throne, and his adventuring companions, Wulfgar and Cattie-brie, are to be wed in the spring. Even the halfling Regis has returned.

All the friends are united in the safety and prosperity of Mithril Hall, where streams of silver mithril run deep and dwarven hammers bang out the solemn rhythms of ancient and unending songs.

But Drizzt did not achieve this state of peace without leaving powerful enemies in his wake. Lloth, the dreaded Spider Queen deity of the evil dark elves, counts herself among them and has vowed to end the drow’s days of pleasant security.

Starless Night

 Legend of Drizzt Book VIII, Legacy of the Drow Book II

Back cover to Starless Night:

“I can find no answers in Mithril Hall…The apparent serenity of Drizzt Do’Urden, the brooding quiet, will show me nothing of the future designs of the drow. Yet, for the sake of my friends, I must know those dark intentions. And so I fear that there remains only one place for me to look…”

The Underdark. A place of brooding darkness, where no shadows exist, and where Drizzt Do’Urden does not wish to go. The noble dark elf must return there, though, must go back to find his friends in gnome city of Blingdenstone, and on to Menzoberranzan, the city of the drow. Only then can Drizzt discern what perils might reach out from that dark place to threaten his friends in Mithril Hall.

Siege of Darkness

 Legend of Drizzt Book IX, Legacy of the Drow Book III

Back cover to Siege of Darkness:

 ”Let the damned drow come!”

All about me I saw excitement, in the dwarves, in Cattiebrie, even in Regis, the halfling known more for preparing for lunch and nap than for war. I felt it, too. That tingling anticipation, that camaraderie that had me and all the others patting each other on the back, offering praises for the simplest of additions to the common defense, and rasing our voices together in cheer whenever good news was announced. What was it? It was more than shared fear, more than giving thanks for what we had while realizing that it might soon be stolen away. I didn’t understand it then, in that time of frenzy, in that euphoria of frantic preparations. Now, looking back, it is an easy thing to recognize.

It was hope.

Passage to Dawn

 Legend of Drizzt Book X, Legacy of the Drow Book IV

Back cover of Passage to Dawn:

Six years. Not so long in the life span of a drow. And yet – in counting the months, the weeks, the days, the hours – it seemed to me as if I had been away from Mithril Hall a hundred times that number. The place was another lifetime, another way of life, a mere stepping stone to…

To what? To where?

I ride the waves along the Sword Coast now, the wind and spray in my face. My ceiliing is the rush of clouds and the canopy of stars; my floor, the creaking boards of a swift, well-weathered ship. Beyond that lies the azure blanket, flat and still, heaving and rolling, hissing in the rain and exploding under the fall of a breaching whale.

Is this, then, my home?

The Silent Blade

 Legend of Drizzt Book XI, Paths of Darkness Book I

Back cover to The Silent Blade:

Wulfgar returns from the Abyss to find there are demons a hammer cannot crush.

Entreri has used his dagger to carve an empire in the back streets of Calimport, as he seeks the head of his oldest foe.

Drizzt learns that not all wounds bleed. And not all blades kill.

The Spine of the World

Legend of Drizzt Book XII, Paths of Darkness Book II

Back cover to The Spine of the World:

The Road to Redemption.

Even the brutal streets of a treacherous city can’t hide a tortured soul forever.

The barbarian Wulfgar sets upon a dangerous path toward redemption when an old friend finds him in the city of Luskan. Wulfgar’s journey twists up the wind swept peaks of the Spine of the World. He will persevere, for at the end lies his most prized possession – the life he thought he’d lost forever.

The Sea of Swords

 Legend of Drizzt Book XIII, Paths of Darkness Book IV

Back cover to The Sea of Swords:

It is good to be home.

It is good to hear the wind of Icewind dale, to feel it’s invigorating bite, like some reminder that I am alive.

Drizzt Do’Urden and his companions take to the road and sea in a search for their missing friend Wulfgar. Their only clue in this life-and-death hunt is the mark of the barbarian’s lost warhammer Aegis-Fang, found branded on the back of a vicious outlaw. As they travel along the reaches of the Sword Coast, the companions grapple with the puzzle Wulfgar’s life has become, and they slowly uncover the terrible pain that lies at it’s center.

The Thousand Orcs

The Hunter’s Blade Trilogy Book I

Back cover to The Thousand Orcs:

One dark elf.

Two enchanted blades.

One unknown enemy.

And a horde of invaders.

When a blood-thirsty band of orcs, led by an as-yet-unseen enemy, comes rampaging out of the Spine of the World, it lays waste to everything in it’s path. Dark elf ranger Drizzt Do’Urden and his most trusted friends find themselves in the path of destruction. As blades slash and feet trample, even they may not withstand the Thousand Orcs.

The Lone Drow

 The Hunter’s Blade Trilogy Book II

Back cover to The Lone Drow:

Alone on the battlefield.

Surrounded by death.

Cornered by enemies.

And ready to die.

Drizzt Do’Urden has become an orc’s worst nightmare: a lone drow with nothing to lose and nowhere to run. As the North spirals into chaos and war, one dark elf has decided to take it personally, and it will take an army to stop him.

The hunter’s blades have been drawn,

and Drizzt will never be the same.

The Two Swords

 The Hunter’s Blade Trilogy Book III

Back cover to The Two Swords:

Drow stalk the shadows.

Trolls infest the marshes.

Orcs rule the mountains.

And time is running out.

Mithril Hall is under siege, Nesme is overrun, and even powerful Silverymoon braces for war. Through it all, Drizzt has fought alone, but as the conflict draws to a bloody conclusion, the Hunter will have to find allies both new and old – or die along woth the rest of the civilized North.


18 comments to “Books”

  1. Comment by

    Thank you for these books. I was in the Navy for 8 years. I think that I read these book each 5 or 6 times. I know that the people that look at these site have most likely already read these book but they are great. T.h

  2. Comment by Drizzt:

    yah i agree. i got these books and i read them in about a day and a half! it would’ve been lkess (stupid sleeping!) but i had other stuff to do. ive almost memorized homeland, exile, sojourn. i cant put them down! i try to explain them to my friends and i can talk for hours just explaining part one in any of these books!

  3. Comment by Colson1987:

    yeah i just started reading them and im on homeland, and this book as awsome. Constent battles, and fights. I cant wait till he gets older, and stronger. Im def. planing on read everyone of them.

  4. Comment by GuenhwyvarsShadow:

    Who is everyone’s favorite character (other than Drizzt, of course)? Mine is Guen (obviously), but who do you guys love?

  5. Comment by Fantasy Freak:

    I would have to say I like Zaknafein the next best besides Drizzt. Mostly because he was Drizzt’s mentor and because he was an amazing fighter.

  6. Comment by Zaknafein:

    I like zak second best too. He has really great willpower, when he overcame Zin-Carla and threw himself into the acid lake in book 2. (Sorry for the spoiler)

  7. Comment by rick:

    Im gonna have to say Artemis Entreri

  8. Comment by Masoj:

    Jarlaxle by far

  9. Comment by NINx:

    I like Jarlaxle a lot. I loved when he blinded a guy that cast Detect Magic in one of the Sellswords books. But my favorite character is Guenhwyvar. I found a short story on the Wizards of the Coast website that other Guenhwyvar lovers may enjoy.

  10. Comment by randomcomments:

    Jarlaxle it was a hard decision between Artemis and him but Jarlaxle it is.

    Recommended series for drizzt lovers:

    Sword of Truth

    Death Gate Cycle

    Dragon Lance Chronicles

    Wheel of Time

    there was probably a place to put those but I’m new so..

  11. Comment by randomcomments:

    Jarlaxle but Artemis Entreri is next

    recommended series for drizzt lovers:
    Sword of Truth * Death Gate Cycle * Dragon Lance Chronicles * Wheel of Time

  12. Comment by drizztfan:

    nyone but me read the cleric quintet?

  13. Comment by Wulfgarthemighty:

    Wulfgar&Zaknafein are mine(its a tie).

    I’ve only read 5(im on the 6th) drizzt books and they rock. my local wal-mart gets the next one in about 2 months,i hate wal-mart. also, the death gate cycle and dragonlance books are good too.

  14. Comment by alamo:

    I have read 17 books in the series and also the 5 in Cleric Quintet.

    I have enjoyed all of these and intend to buy the Promise of the Witch King and Road to the Patriarch.

    My Favorite character is Guen, although I would love to meet Catti!

    I also have a fondness for Jarlaxle.

    If you have never read these books then you have never lived.

  15. Comment by Wulfgarthemighty:

    i agree, these are the best books ive read!

  16. Comment by ryjo765:

    I love them all. Stopped reading somewhere in the middle of Paths of Darkness. Trying to get back into them. Also enjoyed Crimson Shadow by Salvatore. Nice little trilogy.

  17. Comment by drizzt rocks:

    i like mintilio maybe 3rd best cause he tought drizzt 2 be a ranger

  18. Comment by drizzt rocks:

    artemis is 2nd

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