Tag: Kate Elliott

Traitor’s Gate (Book Three of Crossroads) by Kate Elliott (book review).

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Traitor’s Gate (Book Three of Crossroads) by Kate Elliott (book review).

‘Traitors’ Gate’ is the final novel in the ‘Crossroads’ trilogy by Kate Elliott. The events of the last book ended with the army led by Night and her turned Guardians […]

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Shadow Gate (Book Two of Crossroads) by Kate Elliott (book review).

March 29, 2017 | By | Reply More
Shadow Gate (Book Two of Crossroads) by Kate Elliott (book review).

‘Shadow Gate’ is the second book in the ‘Crossroads’ trilogy set in the Hundred. It follows many of the point of view characters as the first book ‘Spirit Gate’ and […]

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Black Wolves (The Black Wolves trilogy book 1) by Kate Elliott (book review).

September 30, 2016 | By | Reply More
Black Wolves (The Black Wolves trilogy book 1) by Kate Elliott (book review).

‘Black Wolves’ is the first book in ‘The Black Wolves’ trilogy, set in the same world as another trilogy of Kate Elliott’s called ‘Crossroads’. ‘Black Wolves’ can be read without […]

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Cold Steel (Spirit Walker book 3) by Kate Elliott (book review).

May 1, 2014 | By | Reply More
Cold Steel (Spirit Walker book 3) by Kate Elliott (book review).

Once again, ‘Cold Steel’ by Kate Elliott invites us to a parallel Earth where, two thousand years ago, Romans and Phoenicians had battled to a standstill and finally kept their […]

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Cold Fire (Spirit Walker book 2) by Kate Elliott (book review).

December 30, 2013 | By | Reply More
Cold Fire (Spirit Walker book 2) by Kate Elliott (book review).

‘Cold Fire’ by Kate Elliott invites us to the same parallel earth as ‘Cold Magic’, therefore I won’t bother to describe the world again. So please, if you didn’t read […]

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Cold Magic (Spirit Walker book 1) by Kate Elliott (book review).

May 29, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Cold Magic (Spirit Walker book 1) by Kate Elliott (book review).

‘Cold Magic’ by Kate Elliott kicks off with the rather chilly statement: ‘The history of the world begins in ice, and it will end in ice.’ Ice and cold obviously […]

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