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Dan Harmon, creator of NBC's Community and known Dungeons & Dragons aficionado, tells the tale of when Drizzt stands face-to-face with his own prejudices.

©1993 TSR, Inc. (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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Need a introduction to Drizzt, here you go ...

Would you listen to Dark Mirror again? Why?

This is the first of the free Drizzt series that actually involves Drizzt -- the introduction narrated by Felicia Day involves his dwarven friends. I hadn't read this particular story before, which begins with an excellent battle sequence but ends with a very emotional tale of an intelligent goblin and Drizzt's own prejudice. It really doesn't get any better than this. A remarkable story, with lots of action, lots of subtleties, Here it is, laid out plain, why Drizzt is one of the most interesting literary creations of all time. He is from a hated race, and he tries to befriend one from an even more hated race, a race he himself hates. And the result is tragedy. Beautifully read by Dan Harmon.

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Can there be others like Drizzt?

Drizzt comes face to face with a good goblin. Yet how can he possibly save him when goblins are so universally hated.

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An ingenious illustration of the evils of bigotry

The author's intentions were obvious and conveyed in such a way that even the most daft of individuals could not help but understand this message. I thoroughly enjoyed this touching but tragic tale.

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I love it a lot

I love the alot and I'm going to be reading alot more about this series

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It’s good

The story is good, but it’s painful. The performance didn’t seem to really fit; the style seemed more akin to a smoke-filled room with a P.I. and a dame than to high fantasy.

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Enjoyable Dip Back into Drizzt's World

I kind of read this out of order because of a reading challenge I have, but it was still really easy to follow and a great little addition to the overall series. I like the focus on being more than what people assume you are, and Drizzt's inner battle over this. I definitely need to get back into these books.

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Yep

This was a well placed short story in the legacy of the Drow. I enjoyed it.

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drizzt the man.

It was good. Gave insight into who and why he is who he is d
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  • 10-31-14

Some Truths Are Too Hard To Bear

A tale of the broadening of minds and the narrow minds that deny all truths that does not fit their safe cruel understanding if the world(s). Well worth a listen to see whether you are ruled by fear or understanding...

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protect a goblin.

loved this,can't get enough of the Drizzt DoUrden stories,more human than most humans I know