Series: ElfQuest Novel

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Elfquest: Journey to Sorrow's End by Wendy Pini1
ElfQuest: The Quest Begins by Wendy Pini2
ElfQuest: Captives of Blue Mountain by Wendy Pini3

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  1. The Blood of Ten Chiefs Vol. 1 by Richard Pini (1986)
  2. Fire and Flight by Wendy Pini (1981)
  3. The Big Elfquest Gatherum by Richard Pini (1994)
  4. Quest's End by Wendy Pini (1984)
  5. Elfquest Reader's Collection #11a: Huntress by Joellyn Auklandus (1999)
  6. The Wolfrider's Guide to the World of Elfquest, revised edition by Theresa Robeson (1999)
  7. The Wolfrider's Guide to the World of Elfquest by Theresa Robeson (1997)
  8. Elfquest Gatherum (Elfquest 10th Anniversary 1978-1988) by Dwight R. Decker (1981)
  9. Law and Chaos: The Stormbringer Animated Film Projects by W. Pini (1987)
  10. Festival Moon by C. J. Cherryh (1987)
  11. Storm Season by Robert Asprin (1982)
  12. Fuzzies and Other People by H. Beam Piper (1984)
  13. M.Y.T.H. Inc. Link by Robert Asprin (1986)
  14. Sword and Sorceress III by Marion Zimmer Bradley (1986)
  15. Sword and Sorceress I by Marion Zimmer Bradley (1984)

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