Comrades at Odds

COMRADES AT ODDS: A TALE FROM THE LEGEND OF DRIZZTdri

Ice-T (narrator; Audible Studios, August 2014, ASIN: B00MN1NAYC)

Ice-T is a creative force that I’ve enjoyed throughout all his endeavors. Drizzt is a fictional character that I’ve enjoyed throughout his existence. So when I first learned of Ice-T’s narration of a chapter from “A Tale from The Legend of Drizzt” on his podcast, I was excited. But the realist in me prepared to enjoy the product not as advertised.

As a tale, Comrades at Odds is more than serviceable. It deals with the titular’s character’s guilt in dealing with the  Continue reading

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