Firstborn by Tonya C. Cook
Elven Nations (Elven Nations Trilogy)

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First title of a classic trilogy now brought back into print!
Firstborn, the first title in The Elven Nations trilogy, was initially released in mass market format in 1991, and it documented the ancient rise of the elven races in the Dragonlance world. Unavailable for the past several years, this title is now being brought back into print in a new mass market edition in order to fulfill the rising demands of consumers. The other two titles in this trilogy will also be re-released in the same season so that readers may easily compile the entire trilogy.
 

About Tonya C. Cook

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PAUL B. THOMPSON is the author of more than twenty books, including the Ergoth Trilogy and "By the Sword," a new biography of Joan of Arc for young readers. He lives in Chapel Hill, NC with his wife Elizabeth, and their two children. TONYA C. COOK and her husband, Greg, live in North Carolina. She is an avid skier and has a degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina. She is coauthor with Paul B. Thompson of numerous short stories and novels set in the Dragonlance world. Paul B. Thompson is the author of numerous Dragonlance short stories and novels. His most recent books include The Middle of Nowhere and A Warrior's Journey, the latter co-written with Tonya C. Cook. In addition to his novels, he has published a dozen works of short fiction and more than 40 non-fiction articles. Tonya C. Cook is a freelance editor and foreign rights manager for a large university press. She has written numerous Dragonlance novels and short stories as well as one stand-alone fantasy novel in collaboration with Paul B. Thompson.
 
Published May 14, 2013 by Wizards of the Coast. 324 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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