Humble Book Bundle – Dungeons & Dragons: R.A. Salvatore Showcase

I cannot recommend this bundle enough!

D&D novels are currently my focus. A few years ago I decided on a whim to begin with R.A. Salvatore. The writing is amazing and the stories even more. And that’s why I cannot recommend this bundle enough, as I said.

It’s an incredibly good bargain. For $1 you get two series and the first book of the Cleric Quintet series. I haven’t read the Cleric Quintet, yet, but I recently finished The Legacy series. I’ll probably write a full post about it at some point but my final verdict is “You have to read this”.

And for $15 you get over 30 books. That would almost fill one of my library shelves. I know because I just counted how many books can fit in one of the shelves.

You can check out the bundle here.

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4 thoughts on “Humble Book Bundle – Dungeons & Dragons: R.A. Salvatore Showcase

  1. Longtime fan of R. A. Salvatore, though not that fast of a reader. So far I’ve only read The Dark Elf Trilogy, Icewind Dale Trilogy, Legacy of the Drow (the only ones I have in hardcover), and right now I’m smack dab in the middle of The Orc King. This is an awesome bundle and I will definitely be tossing some coin into that hat!

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    • Hello there! Thank you for the comment. I believe I am a slow reader when it comes to literature because I kinda create some of the scenes in my mind and that takes some time. We have finished the same series but I just started the Paths of Darkness series. Digital versions of books were extremely helpful the past year when I was doing my military service. I couldn’t have a lot of books, let alone big ones, due to lack of space. So now I’m looking to expand my digital collection, along with my physical one.

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      • Yes, ebooks are great. The first time I moved I must’ve had fifteen boxes of books it took me days to pack. lol. Besides, I think partly why it takes me so long to get through a book these days is that I spend most of my time on the computer. So ebooks (and audiobooks) encourage me to read more, whereas I’ll normally only turn to a physical book when there’s a power outage. Wasn’t always that way though. I remember when I never went anywhere without a backpack stuffed full of books, hardcover and softcover. Back then I could finish a novel as long as The Orc King in a single sitting.

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  2. @bardicloreblog
    I remember spending whole days in a row reading books. These were good times but the amount of my responsibilities has increased so I can’t do that anymore. I like taking a book with me when I go out and take a bag. When I’m outside it is easier for me to read a physical copy. When I’m home, and especially the weird times I read books, using my phone or tablet helps.

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