Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf, By R.A. Salvatore

Happy Tuesday morning! Time to get back to it and get some of these reviews out of the way before I forget them. I’m getting behind!

There are a couple things I’d like to get out of the way before I jump into the review. May has been a very busy month for me, hence the lack of posts. My husband and I celebrated our 7th anniversary, my eldest son graduated high school, and my daughter now has her first car. It has been somewhat hectic! The astonishing thing was that I actually found the time to finish the Dreamland – Part One manuscript in the midst of all that! Yes, you heard me! First draft is DONE!
*does Snoopy dance*
The rewrites are already underway, but this is the area where is difficult for me to gauge a timeline. I can think I’m on track and then end up having to rewrite a full two scenes or some such. I still think I’ll be able to be done before summer is over, though. Then the editing and polishing stage can begin and that doesn’t take near as long. Hopefully my estimated release date of late this year is accurate! I think it might be!
Now on to the review.
Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf was more exciting than the last installment, Rise of the King. As I stated in the review for Rise, it was mostly setup, and a lot of what was set up came to fruition in Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf. DO YOU LIKE DRAGONS?? I like dragons, and we get some very satisfying and unique scenes here. The waging war is huge in scope, involving a lot of towns I’ve been familiar with for decades. Things don’t end up well for a lot of them, and it was a very emotional read.
There was a distance in the books from some of the characters, especially the humans. Mainly because we don’t know them as all the old humans we knew have been dead for centuries, and a lot of the dwarves were just names or acquaintances before. We spend just as much time in those perspectives as we do our Companions of the Hall. 
Sept 1st Release!
This stories’s scope was vast and covered a world changing event. One that needed to be told and was a very satisfying to read. That being said, I do miss the single adventures of the Companions. The smaller ones, where only those directly involved matter. I hope the next book in the Drizzt saga takes us back there. I do think the artwork that’s up on Amazon now is stunning.
Hopefully, some loose ends finally get tied up in this next trilogy, plus I am missing Artemis! What the heck has he been up too? I think I’m looking forward to this next set of books more than I did this last trilogy due to how much I love the underdark. I can’t wait for them to get the chaos they think they want! With the way Salvatore can deliver a truly satisfying scene, I’m sure I won’t be disappointed. 
Okay, one review down, two more to go. Told you I was behind! I’ll try to get those up quickly before I get to caught up in the rewrites and my brain turns to mush.
Have a wonderful week!

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