R.a. Salvatore's War of the Spider Queen Dissolution, Insurrection, Condemnation (Paperback)
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|The War of the Spider Queen--the epic, six-book series from the fertile imaginations of R.A. Salvatore and a select group of the Forgotten Realms bestselling authors--begins here. Ten years after its initial publication, this groundbreaking series is packaged in two attractive collector''s editions.|
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The War of the Spider Queen--the epic, six-book series from the fertile imaginations of R.A. Salvatore and a select group of the Forgotten Realms best-selling authors--begins here. Ten years after its initial publication, we are packaging this ground-breaking series in two attractive collector's editions.
Dissolution: While their whole world is changing around them, four dark elves struggle against different enemies. Yet their paths will lead them all to the most terrifying discovery in the long history of the drow and set them on a quest to save not only Menzoberranzan but the entire dark elf race from dissolution.
Insurrection: A hand-picked team of the most capable drow adventurers begin a perilous journey through the treacherous Underdark, all the while surrounded by the chaos of war. Their path will take them through the very heart of darkness, and the Underdark will be shaken to its core. If the powerful dark elves falter, the world below is open for insurrection.
Condemnation: From the burning sand of Anauroch to the labyrinthine Underdark, an epic quest for the very essence of the Spider Queen takes one startling turn after another. Powerful forces are at work to discover where Lolth has gone. She may return as something greater than she was, or she may have gone from her drow children forever, leaving them to their own devices in a chilling condemnation.