"[Sea of Swords] is exciting, adventurous, and hard to put down." -- Pamela Piarowski, All Readers
Drizzt can't help but worry about his missing friend, Wulfgar. And when he finds the distinctive symbols from the side of his friend's mighty warhammer, Aegis-fang, burned into the neck of a bloodthirsty pirate, he can't wait for Wulfgar to return on his own. Drizzt knows that if Wulfgar and Aegis-fang have been separated, only the worst could be true.
Pirate captain Sheila Kree bought Aegis-fang on the streets of Luskan, aware that it was something special, but having no idea the lengths to which one very angry barbarian, and his scared and desperate friends, will go to get it back.
Drizzt once more takes to the frigid waters of the Sea of Swords in search of Wulfgar, Aegis-fang, and a reunion with his closest friend. Wulfgar wants his warhammer, and his life back as well, but a baby and a new lover tend to complicate even the most straightforward quest for vengeance and redemption.
Sea of Swords marks the end of the re-numbered, re-covered series The Legend of Drizzt, thirteen novels that began with Homeland and changed the fantasy genre forever. But the saga of the dark elf ranger is far from over, and continues in The Thousand Orcs, Book I of The Hunter's Blades Trilogy.