Series: Elric

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Elric of Melniboné by Michael Moorcocknovel 1
Michael Moorcock's Elric Vol. 1: The Ruby Throne by Julien BlondelBand 1
Elric: Band 2. Sturmbringer by Julien BlondelBand 2
The Fortress of the Pearl by Michael Moorcocknovel 2
The Jade Man's Eyes by Michael Moorcockversion of "Sailing to the Past" of novel 3
The Weird of the White Wolf by Michael Moorcocknovella collection after novel 3
Elric: The Sailor on the Seas of Fate by Michael Moorcocknovel 3 and novella collection after
The sleeping sorceress by Michael Moorcocknovel 4
Elric: The Sleeping Sorceress by Michael Moorcocknovel 4 and various novellas
The Revenge of the Rose by Michael Moorcocknovel 5
The Bane of the Black Sword by Michael Moorcocknovella collection after novel 5
Elric: The Revenge of the Rose by Michael Moorcocknovel 5 and novella collection after
Stormbringer by Michael Moorcocknovel 6

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Series description

The Elric novels and novella collections, arranged in chronological order.


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