Order of Kate Elliott Books
Kate Elliott is an American author of fantasy, science fiction and steampunk novels, with a dash of romance. She writes the Jaran series, Crown of Stars series, Crossroads series and the Spiritwalker Trilogy. Kate began to write because she wished to escape her world in rural Oregon for a world of adventure. She even met the man who would become her husband in a swordfight. After her husband quit the police force in order to study archaeology, it took the family (including three children) to places like the Mexican ruins, to European pastry shops, and finally, Hawaii.
Kate Elliott made her debut as a published author in 1988, writing under her real name Alis A. Rasmussen with the novel The Labyrinth Gate. She debuted as Kate Elliott in 1992 with the novel Jaran. Below is a list of Kate Elliott’s books in order of when thy were originally published:
Publication Order of Highroad Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Jaran Books
Publication Order of Golden Key Universe Books
Publication Order of Crown Of Stars Books
|Prince of Dogs||(1998)|
|The Burning Stone||(1999)|
|Child of Flame||(2000)|
|The Gathering Storm||(2003)|
|In the Ruins||(2005)|
|Crown of Stars||(2006)|
Publication Order of Crossroads Books
Publication Order of Spiritwalker Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Black Wolves Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Court Of Fives Books
Chronological Order of Court Of Fives Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Omnibus Books
Notes: The Highroad Trilogy series and the standalone novel The Labyrinth Gate were written as Alis A. Rasmussen. The Golden Key was written with Melanie Rawn and Jennifer Roberson.
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Kate Elliott Synopsis: In Jaran by Kate Elliott, aliens have taken control of Earth and extended their influence throughout space, causing human settlers to leave their technology behind and live in a medieval-like world. Set on this planet, Jaran tells the story of two estranged siblings who find themselves on opposing sides of a contest.