**** WARNING LONG RANT with SPOILERS ****
Sorry but I need to spill off what's in my mind, twirling about.
Read it if you have the heart for it.
I just finished The Two Swords. And cannot find the words to express how disappointed and frustrated I felt about the anti-climatic way that RAS wrote about Drizzt and Catti-brie throughout the books.
Let's compare it to the act of making love: you are enjoying yourself and the climax of the act is slowing building up, and then just as you are reaching the peak of it, BAM!, someone pushes you away and makes you hit a wall. That's the pain I felt when I've read "The Passage to Dawn".
Then, pained as you are but still loving the thing, you try again. Although, while you are at it, you feel stretched, you feel tired, looks like the effort is not leading anywhere because you are forcing yourself into something. Then in the end you're rewarded with a tiny fleeting orgasm. What a waste of time!
That's how I've felt while reading the rest o