Myself and Teh Remus have decided, due to our different opinions of these series, to write separate reviews for all of the Drizzt books published till now, so the readers can examine both points of view and choose for themselves whose version fits them better.
As every R. A. Salvatore fan knows, the series for the unique drow ranger begin with the Icewind Dale Trilogy, where the plan for him was to be a supporting character to the barbarian Wulfgar. But, after the author saw that the interest is mainly pointed towards the strange drow instead the cliche that is Wulfgar, he turned the tides of his plans and made Drizzt Do’Urden his main character, and the champion of many many fantasy supporters across the globe.
After the adventures in Icewind Dale (more for that in the next review) Salvatore created another trilogy where he tells us about how Drizzt became what he was, while they were searching for Mithril Hall. He divided the story into three books – Homeland, Exile and Sojourn.