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Elven Nations Trilogy Series

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Kinslayer Wars by Douglas Niles
Qualinesti by Paul B. Thompson
Firstborn by Tonya C. Cook

Elven Nations Trilogy Series : Titles in Order

Book 3
Under the leadership of the heroic Kith-Kanan, a new and mighty elven kingdom rises in the wake of the Kinslayer War
 
Kith-Kanan, the leader of the renegade elven society called Qualinesti, has fought long and hard to eradicate slavery in the elven lands and to achieve a harmonious society where all can live freely and equally. When he learns that a secret slave trade is underway in his own city, he sends his warrior daughter, Verhanna, to lead a battalion against the slavers.
 
As the fight for freedom continues and Verhanna sends word of her findings, Kith-Kanan forgets his many great deeds and is haunted only by his failures. The unfathomable behavior of his son and heir—and the ever-present factions between the elven people—forces Kith-Kanan to deeply question the society he has worked so hard to create.
Book 2
The fate of the elven nations rests in the hands of rival twin brothers—and their ability to put an end to their bitter, bloody feud
 
As the human army of Ergoth advances upon Silvanesti, the elves must unite to turn back the tide of conquest. Prince Kith-Kanan, returned from exile, must now come to terms with his rival—his twin brother, King Sithas—if he is to save his home.
 
Together, the two brothers set out on an epic quest to rescue the elven nations from its human invaders. But old grievances do not die easily—even when the survival of the realm is at stake. The noble twins, once the closest of kin, are caught in a schism so fierce, it may prove just as fatal as the Ergothian Empire itself.

Book 1
Return to the Dragonlance universe with this classic story about the rise of Krynn’s eleven nations
 
Silvanos Goldeneye, the august founder of the united eleven nation known as Silvanesti, lies buried in a crystal tomb. Now, the leadership of the clans and households falls to his son, Sithel, who is himself the father of rival twins Sithas and Kith-Kanan. Both brothers represent different emerging factions among the Silvanesti: While Sithas allies himself closely with the court and encourages the elves to withdraw from contact with other races, Kith and his Wildrunners forge connections and trade goods with the humans of Ergoth.
 
When Sithel is assassinated—and Kith is vaguely implicated—the tensions between the two brothers escalate to dangerous heights. As the world of Krynn watches, a new elven nation rises from the strife . . .

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