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The Sellswords Gift Set (The Sellswords #1-3)

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Wherever Jarlaxle and Entreri go, trouble follows!

Artemis Entreri thinks he killed Drizzt, and his new friend Jarlaxle isn't about to set him straight. Jarlaxle has plans of his own for Entreri, but even a dark elf as wily as Jarlaxle can't predict what will happen when the Crystal Shard sinks its psychic teeth into his soul, a pair of dragon sisters start to push them to
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Published October 7th 2008 by Wizards of the Coast (first published 2000)
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Apr 29, 2010 Marco rated it it was amazing
Are they a pair of villains or heroes or...?

Drizzt Do'Urden's nemesis, assassin Artemis Entreri, and the Underdark's most cunning drow Jarlaxle, leader of the enterprising Bregan D'Aerthe, prove to be one unlikely, uncomfortable, but ultimately entertaining duo. There is visceral, constant action throughout, as expected by Salvatore, with the underlying themes of redemption and friendship.

In the end, one is left pining for further tales of this curious pair and the ever-present chaos that trave
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Aug 27, 2016 Michael E. rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I discovered the works or R.A. Salvatore, not through his various books, and I have never played a "Tabletop RPG" in my life (Yea I know, I should hand in my nerd card, between that and not caring if an actor in a comic book movie is the "right" skin color); but through an impulse buy of a game called Demon Stone.
I remember being confused why in the middle of a game I had to play as a "new" character and not the three I had been playing, then a friend of mine (the infamous Chicken Lover) told m
Mar 01, 2011 Benjamin rated it it was amazing
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Of course, this was done by RA Salvatore, so I gave it 5 stars, but the way he weaves his stories is so incredibly amazing. I really admire his ability. This trilogy follows Artemis and Jarlaxle through a series of interesting where Jar seems to be getting Artemis to open up on the inside. I think however, that it was a half won attempt. I think Artemis wouldn't be Artemis if he succumbed to the whiles of Jar. Regardless, it has added a whole new dimension to their characters.
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Oct 18, 2010 Caleb Kneip rated it it was amazing
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These are the most amazing Fantasy books ever. 2 and 3 are a little raunchy... probably for readers 16+
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