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SHADOW GATE
by Kate Elliott

Genre: Fantasy, General Fantasy

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Elliott's strengths as a writer are on display in this second Crossroads book. She brings her characters fully alive with stringent detail and attentive worldbuilding. Fans of Elliott and new readers alike will find this novel satisfying.

The Guardians have been
corrupted and are at war. The mortals who revere and trust them to provide knowledge and justice to their world
are confused and in disarray. As three new Guardians emerge and enter the fight, even the gods must choose sides
to save their world
Marit awakens on an altar, naked save for a cloak that covers her. Is she dead?

Is she dreaming? Where is her lover Joss, and where is the man who ordered her tortured and killed, Lord Radas? Marit begins the journey to discover answers and to fight the corruption of her world. (TOR, Apr., 480 pp., $25.95)

Reviewed By: Victoria Frerichs

Publisher: Tor

Published: April 2008

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