In the gripping conclusion to the New York Times–bestselling Transitions trilogy, Drizzt Do’Urden comes face-to-face with a power that will change Faerûn forever
With the collapse of Mystra’s Weave and the onslaught of the Spellplague, all of Faerûn is thrown into chaos. But as magic turns more dangerous and unreliable, an even greater foe presents itself: the Ghost King, an entity that contains the combined might of a dragon, a mind flayer, and the Crenshinibon—the demonic crystal shard thought to be destroyed years ago. When Jarlaxle, a drow mercenary, is targeted by the Ghost King, he knows his life hinges on finding the Deneir priest Cadderly Bonaduce. But to find Cadderly, he must travel to the cathedral in Spirit Soaring, the very place from which he is banned. And to enter Spirit Soaring, he must first recruit his old enemy Drizzt Do’Urden to his cause.
When Catti-brie is struck by an errant strand of the Weave, Jarlaxle is able to convince Drizzt and Bruenor that their plights are one and the same. Together, they travel to Spirit Soaring, where the priests and mages of Deneir—led by Cadderly—rush to arm themselves against the Ghost King. But with many losing faith and time quickly running out, the battle ahead looks more than dire than ever.
The Ghost King is the third book in the Transitions trilogy and the twenty-second installment in the Legend of Drizzt series.
This was a good book. I liked the surprises. I don’t know where the adventures are going to go, but there are many paths to follow. I think it was the best one in this trilogy.
A world full of spirits and emotions awaits every person who reads this book.
If you know the series, you will cry by the end of this book.