Firstborn (Dragonlance: Elven Nations Trilogy, Book 1) by Paul B. Thompson, Tonya C. Cook
By Paul B. Thompson, Tonya C. Cook
The tale of the dual sons of the Speaker of the celebrities in Silvanesti starts with a prophecy - a prophecy that they are going to either put on crowns which turns out very unlikely, in view that there's just one crown to be had in Silvanesti.
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He nodded and clucked his horse into motion. It was when the birds scattered from their path that the Adjunct found herself envying the captain. Before her the roused carrion-eaters exposed a carpet of armour, broken bones and meat. The air was hot, turgid and cloying. She saw soldiers, still helmed, their heads crushed by what must have been huge, terribly powerful jaws. She saw torn mail, crumpled shields, and limbs that had been ripped from bodies. Lorn managed only a few moments of careful examination of the scene around them before she fixed her gaze on the promontory ahead, unable to encompass the magnitude of the slaughter.
The captain grunted again.
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