Silvanos, the august founder of the united elven nation known as Silvanesti, is dead and buried in a crystal tomb. The leadership of the clans and households has fallen to his son, Sithel, who is himself father of twin sons. The princes Sithas and Kith-Kanan represent emerging factions among these…More info →
The leader of the Wildrunners, Kith-Kanan, commits the ultimate heresy and falls in love with a human of intriguing background. His twin brother, the firstborn ruler of all Silvanesti elves, Sithas, declares war on the Ergothians, and Kith-Kanan must choose sides. Nobly, he fights alongside his…More info →
After the Kinslayer War, the construction of Kith-Kanan's masterpiece, Pax Tharkas, begins. Kith-Kanan and his Wildrunners have migrated westward from Silvanesti, to inhabit the newly ceded forest land of Qualinesti. The kingdom may not last long, however, for Kith-Kanan's half-elf son may prove to be an unworthy candidate for the throne...More info →
From Wizards.com: These three titles chronicle the rise of the elven people, and the schism between the two nations. The books were originally published in 1991, and they have been unavailable for several years. Last year the three books were brought out again in mass-market format to the delight of the fans.More info →
The classic story of Kith-Kanan and the Kinslayer Wars.
The leader of the Silvanesti dies, leaving his twin sons to promote very different course for the elves they lead equally. Other nations see only weakness in the elves, and the brothers cannot lay aside their own differences to lead their people when a bitter territory war begins. It becomes a war of elf against elf, of isolation versus connection, until Kith-Kanan and his followers found the homeland of Qualinost. But their troubles do not stop there.More info →