Crown of Stars (Crown of Stars Series #7)

Crown of Stars (Crown of Stars Series #7)

by Kate Elliott

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Set in an alternate Europe where bloody conflicts rage, the final book of the Crown of Stars epic fantasy series concludes the world-shaking conflict for the survival of humanity

In the wake of the cataclysm that has reshaped the very lands, Sanglant is struggling to legitimize his own rulership and Liath’s status as his wife and consort, even as others are leaguing against him….

The Aoi are carrying out random attacks on the humans and implicating Sanglant as their leader….
While Liath, searching for forbidden magics, is unexpectedly beset by enemies she may not be able to withstand….

Stronghand is on a march of conquest that will inevitably lead into the heart of Sanglant’s realm….

Adelheid has made an unholy alliance with the treacherous Antonia, who, with the deadly galla at her command, is prepared to strike at Liath, Sanglant, or anyone who threatens her plans….

Sabella and Duke Conrad have also marshaled their forces and are moving to seize the crown from Sanglant….

And Alain must take his own stand against the Lady of Battles if he is to have any hope of redeeming this war- and magic-torn world….

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ISBN-13: 9781101639795
Publisher: DAW
Publication date: 01/02/2007
Series: Crown of Stars , #7
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 624
Sales rank: 212,730
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Kate Elliott’s credits include the Nebula finalist novel, King’s Dragon, its sequels, Prince of Dogs, The Burning Stone, Child of Flame, and The Gathering Storm; her groundbreaking DAW science fiction series, The Novels of JaranJaran, An Earthly Crown, His Conquering Sword, and The Law of Becoming; and her magnificent fantasy collaboration with Melanie Rawn and Jennifer Roberson, The Golden Key. She now lives in Hawaii with her husband, three children, and a dog. She can be found at

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Crown of Stars (Crown of Stars Series #7) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
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willowcove on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A great series. My only complaint is that the ending of this final book seemed to end too abruptly. I still highly recommend the series.
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Man!!! I have followed this series from word go and loved each one but as time has gone on I have become very frustrated. The use of language that the characters speak in 'Pray you' and so on is boring and I find totally frustrating. Then the authoress uses a sentence in the middle of all the 'Pray you' huffing like 'he was out cold'. Just does not come together for me and I skimmed over pages to get to the interesting parts. Another frustration is there is no basic summary on what has preceded this novel, I waited a long time for the final installment of this series but had forgotten so much of what had happened before.
harstan More than 1 year ago
When the Aoi crash landed on their return to Earth after centuries in the aether, the collision caused a cataclysm that led to earthquakes, flooding and the sun to disappear behind a cloud of dust. The people can¿t plant crops because the frost lingers and food is in short supply. New lands and alliances are formed and King Sanglant of Wendor is trying to bring his people together to ride out the after effects of the collision. When he consolidates his reign, he wants to annex Varree as it once belonged to the empire.------ Sanglant knows that he will not have an easy rule since many want what he has and the church refuses to recognize his marriage to the excommunicated Liaeth, a fire daimon who is not quite human but a woman he will not forsake. Relatives in his family who rule in their own realm want to conquer Sanglant¿s land and annex them into the Lady Sabella¿s dominion. The Ashioi, who are finally reunited with their exiled brethren, plan to invade the human lands in revenge for what was done to them. Fighting battles against their enemies, Liaeth must prove she is a worthy consort for her one true love while Sanglant tries to hold his country together.----- In a land where the creatures of myth and legend are very real, humans must learn to understand and if necessary fight those who want nothing less than all humans¿ dead. Political intrigue and battles abound in CROWN OF STARS but the love that Sanglant feels for his wife is the shiniest light in the heavens and gives him the strength to do what he thinks is right. Liaeth is a woman of incredible strength, power and beauty who battles deadly magical creatures, befriends people who reject her and learns that her strength and love for Sanglant makes her a formidable foe to his enemies. Kate Elliot concludes her series with a powerful and brilliant epic fantasy.---- Harriet Klausner