I had read the previous series by this author and enjoyed it.
There are too many narrators and too many characters, making for a fractured story told in bits and pieces and skipping over events instead of flowing as a whole.
Each book in the series was one I would stay up late reading - excited (but dreading coming to the end).
I have read many of Kate Elliott's books, although I was unable to finish the Crown of Stars series-I just got lost in the plethora of characters and plot twists. Read morePublished 4 months ago by hydro
Captain Anji and his Qin take the fight for the Hundreds to the false Guardians and their minions. Whether the dauntless Captain is truly a mommy's boy is discovered. Read morePublished 6 months ago by wbentrim
Kate Elliott likes details. If you like details, then you'll like this densely written tome. Yes, it is looooong. Read morePublished 13 months ago by hedgielover
This is the first time I have read her books. I like that it was written for adults with adult characters and themes. All three books are well written. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kay Murphy
Love how in this book it finally brought everything together but it has left me wanting more Kate Elliot is a brilliant writerPublished 13 months ago by Fran TeMoMcc
I bought this trilogy after reading Kate Elliot's Spiritwalker Trilogy, which I highly recommend and really enjoyed. Read morePublished 13 months ago by coralreef
I had read the previous series by this author and enjoyed it. I think the crossroads series is better. Well worth reading.Published 15 months ago by P Stuart
An invading army is laying waste to the lands of the Hundred. The reeves, the giant eagle-riding police force of the land, are unable to hold them back. Read morePublished 17 months ago by A. Whitehead