This was a great book, and the development of the characters was really nice.  I did find the resentment between the two good Drow to be a bit too fabricated.  I also thought that they weren’t very careful on their making up, which led to their downfall.  The fixation on Drizzt by the faceless master was also odd, since it was more of an issue with the family and not with him in particular.  Him stoping with knowing what family it was that did the deed struck me as odd, as I expected him to want the details and throw those in the face of the ones involved.  I guess it did take him 15 years to find out which family had taken him out.  It might be worth reading further in this series, and I’ll try out the next one.