The Gathering Storm by Kate Elliott
(Crown of Stars, Vol. 5)

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Fifth in the Nebula Award-nominated series.

The time of cataclysm is almost here when the land of the Aoi-cast forth from the world long centuries ago by an unimaginably powerful spell-weaving-will at last return to its starting point with disastrous consequences...

 


 

About Kate Elliott

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Kate Elliott is the author of more than a dozen novels, including the Novels of the Jaran and, most recently, the Crossroads fantasy series. King's Dragon, the first novel in the Crown of Stars series, was a Nebula Award finalist; The Golden Key (with Melanie Rawn and Jennifer Roberson) was a World Fantasy Award finalist. Born in Oregon, she lives in Hawaii. Find out more about the author at www.kateelliott.com or on twitter @KateElliottSFF.
 
Published February 3, 2004 by DAW. 989 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lovers of big, complex fantasy novels will welcome Elliott's fifth entry in her Crown of Stars saga (after 2000's Child of Flame), set in a world with a s

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Separately they must abort the efforts of mathematici Anne and Hugh and their supporters from recasting the original spell that displaced the Aoi over a millennium ago as success means most likely planetary devastation at a level never seen before.

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In a tale this long, with such a wide spread of characters moving along a dozen different storylines, there is always a danger that the narrative will meander, that the story will sag, or slow, that interest will flag, that too many names will become confusing to the reader or that we will ...

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