Forgotten Realms: The Library

The Last Mythal

Forsaken House

Ten Millennia of hubris, betrayal, failure, and retreat are coming to an end

House Dlardrageth
is an ancient cabal of demon-spawned sun elves who burn for vengeance against the elven realms that defeated them long ago.

is an elf mage from Evereska who discovers Dlardrageth's return and may have to spend his sanity to defeat them.


The Retreat is at an end, and the elves of Faerûn find themselves at a turning point. In one direction lies peace and stagnation, in the other: war and destiny. New York Times best selling author Richard Baker shows the elves their future.


Farthest Reach

The fires of hatred, vengeance, lies, and ambition burn in Cormanthor.

Sarya Dlardrageth
has gone to ground in the ruins of Myth Drannor, seething with hatred for the elves she thought would be easier to defeat.

has been summoned from the Outer Planes to serve House Dlardrageth, but this servant won't rest until he's become the master.

Myth Drannor
is a symbol of the elves' greatest failure, but can it one day rise again as their greatest victory?


Farthest Reach is the second novel in a trilogy chronicling the tempestuous return of an isolated society of elves to the mainland of the Forgotten Realms world. The events in this trilogy will have a far-reaching impact across the entire setting.


Final Gate

Myth Drannor Reborn?

has gained too much power too fast, and the price of what will be both blessing and curse will be higher than any mere elf can pay.

has opened wounds so old and so deep no one will ever be able to close them, but the question must be asked: Should they be closed at all?

is an empire lost to the mists of ancient history, but the memory of elves is long, and the glory of the forest kingdom has not been forgotten.


In the hands of an elf high mage, the fabled mythals are Faerûn's most potent sources of magical power. But in the hands of a demon princess from a forgotten epoch, they're the most powerful weapons imaginable.


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