‘The Elric Saga Volume Three: The White Wolf’

The Elric Saga Volume Three: The White Wolf

New York:  Saga, 2022 (October 25th) hardcover;
as “The White Wolf: The Elric Saga[,] Vol. 3”, on cover & spine;
edited by John Davey;
original price: $32·99;
xiv + 928 pages;

I.S.B.N.: 978-1-5344-4574-1;
cover artist: Robert Gould;

illustrated by John Collier (map), John Picacio & Gould, including “Jacket Poster [on inside of dust-wrapper] Illustrations by Robert Gould”;
foreword by Alan Moore;
no British edition.

Elric of Melniboné — proud prince of ruins, kinslayer — call him what you will. He remains, together with maybe Jerry Cornelius, Moorcock’s most enduring, if not always most endearing, character…

The Elric Saga Volume Three: The White Wolf is an omnibus of a revised supplementary trilogy to the main Elric Saga — in fact the only preconceived Elric trilogy (see below) — linking the albino with various von Beks. It was previously published (as an omnibus, in its unrevised forms) as The Elric Saga Part IV (2005) and later (revised, and with retitled contents) as Elric: The Moonbeam Roads (2014).

(Preceded by The Elric Saga Volume Two: Stormbringer)

Contents:-
p. vii‘The Return Of The Thin White Duke’ (non-fiction) by Alan Moore;
p. 1: The Dreamthief’s Daughter;
p. 305: The Skrayling Tree: The Albino In America (as The Skrayling Tree only, on contents page);
p. 599: The White Wolf’s Son: The Albino Under Ground (as The White Wolf’s Son only, on contents page);
p. 905: ‘The Elric Saga: A Reader’s Guide’ (non-fiction) by John Davey.

The Elric Saga Volume Three: The White Wolf is available as an audiobook (download), narrated by Samuel Roukin; also as an e-book: 978-1-5344-4576-5.