Elliott, Kate

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Unconquerable Sun

Elliott’s (King’s Dragon) interstellar novel is an epic space opera that sets this new series off to a promising start. Alternating between the points of view of Princess Sun, Academy graduate Persephone Lee, and Phrene pilot Apama, it gives a nuanced and full-circle view of intergalactic warfare and its powerful effects.

Black Wolves

Elliott (Jaran; Cold Magic) sketches in a delightfully complex landscape full of court intrigue, religious upheaval, culture clashes, and the mysterious demons who seem to be pulling many of the strings in play. Her world draws on a melange of Eastern cultures that resist straight mapping to our own history books. There is a fair amount of time hopping and flashbacks, but Elliott's strong narrative will keep readers engaged. This series opener is set in the same world as the author's "Crossroads" trilogy. New readers should be able to jump right in.

The Very Best of Kate Elliott

Elliott excels at describing her brilliant worlds, employing a meticulous eye for the significant detail that illuminates a whole landscape. This could be an enjoyable addition for large sf and fantasy collections.

Cold Fire

Fans of steampunk and alternate history will enjoy this heady mix of magic and technology.

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