The Spine of the WorldBook - 1999
"It is the heart and soul of Wulfgar, ultimately, that will surface in the end. I, and anyone else, could no more influence that heart and soul than the sun itself. Curiously, it is in that celestial body that I take my comfort now when thinking about Wulfgar. Why watch the dawn? Why then, why that particular time over noontime, or any hour of daylight? Because in the dawn, the sun is more brilliant by far. Because in the dawn, we see the resurgence after the darkness. There is my hope, for as with the sun, so it can be true of people. Those who fall climb back up, and brighter will they shine in the eyes of those about them. I watch the dawn and think of the man I thought I knew. And pray that my perceptions were correct." --Drizzt Do'Urden
Publisher: Renton, WA : TSR, c1999
Branch Call Number: FIC/Salva
Characteristics: 345 p. --
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