The Labyrinth Gate

Alis A. Rasmussen Kate Elliott

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The Labyrinth Gate

The Labyrinth Gate Transported to a magic filled alternate world a newlywed couple must find the treasure hidden in a labyrinth city if they ever wish to return homeWith marriage comes change and for Sanjay and Chryse

  • Title: The Labyrinth Gate
  • Author: Alis A. Rasmussen Kate Elliott
  • ISBN: 9780671697938
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • Transported to a magic filled alternate world, a newlywed couple must find the treasure hidden in a labyrinth city if they ever wish to return homeWith marriage comes change, and for Sanjay and Chryse, that change is literally world altering After their wedding reception, they accidentally drop a gift a pack of special tarot cards onto an elevator floor The cards scatterTransported to a magic filled alternate world, a newlywed couple must find the treasure hidden in a labyrinth city if they ever wish to return homeWith marriage comes change, and for Sanjay and Chryse, that change is literally world altering After their wedding reception, they accidentally drop a gift a pack of special tarot cards onto an elevator floor The cards scatter, the lights go out, and all at once, they find themselves transported to Anglia It s a strange parallel world not unlike Victorian England, but matriarchal in nature and shaped by powerful sorcery.While fleeing a riot in the streets, the pair is rescued by aristocrats Julian and Kate, the first of many new friends and adventures To get home, they must find a treasure in the labyrinth city of Pariam a quest that becomes ever daunting as it attracts the attention of the evil Princess Blessa Wonderfully conceived and full of memorable characters, The Labyrinth Gate is vibrant fantasy on every level.

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    One thought on “The Labyrinth Gate

    1. Rachael Gaffney on said:

      I read this book years ago. It was left behind at my former in-law's house and I thought it lost for over a decade. I thought about it constantly and could never find a copy. But, I received a surprise when the in-law's moved in with my ex and brought my books with them. I have my book again and I am so happy. I re-read it all the time.

    2. gwayle on said:

      Oh, gosh. I said I would read all of Kate Elliott's books, and I intend to make good on that. This just goes to show you that Elliott didn't emerge Athena-like as the kickass craftsman she is now. Let's all raise a loving toast to our roots and to the fruits of experience!

    3. Anna on said:

      I have mad crazy love in my heart for this book.It's rich in plot, has incredibly likeable characters, and has a great blend of imagery, symbolism and religion thrown in - kind of like if Joseph Campbell wrote fiction.If you can find it, buy it - you won't be disappointed!

    4. Virginia on said:

      Mysterious, intriguing, and so good. All the elements of classic Elliot are present. Wonderful story.

    5. Ashley Lambert-Maberly on said:

      This, in the abstract, has all the hallmarks of something I'd like--except I didn't, and I tried. When multiple things irk me that early on, it doesn't bode well:1. The couple magically transported into an alternate world are wearing approximately appropriate clothing because they decided to have a fun dress-up wedding instead of what people would normally wear (which I could forgive if, say, a magic corset then transported them, but no).2. They are as unfazed as possible to be magically transpo [...]

    6. Eve on said:

      Portal fantasy with adult newlyweds, aka the main characters are an already established couple from the start. Good. To return home, they must find an object also sought by the regent who plans on usurping the throne. The final battle is too short but that's just because I read too many shounen series (it's my problem, definitely not the book's). Overall a happy-making book. It was published in 1988 and the author, now writing under the name of Kate Elliott, has a distinctly different style.

    7. Adobe on said:

      Newlyweds Chryse and Sanjay are transported, via a mysterious deck of tarot cards, to an alternate 19th-century England filled with magic and machinations. Trying to find their way home, Chryse and Sanjay become attached to an archaeological dig and royal intrigue. This was cute. It doesn't break new ground on the "Victorians with magic wands" genre (which is an oddly old and venerable one), but it deals out the traditional elements (top hats, classical artifacts, and demons) with generosity. I [...]

    8. Megan on said:

      Honestly, this book was all over the place for me, particularly with characterization. Chryse, in particular. She's kind of a nothing person for most of the book,then she gets really catty out of nowhere to someone she has no reason to dislike. Then she becomes nothing again. What's with that? But I can definitely see the seeds of Elliott's Crown of Stars series in here, which is much better.

    9. Li on said:

      A standalone fantasy - decent read, though felt a bit dated. There was a bit too much mystical stuff happening for me (and yes, I realise it’s a fantasy…). I found the protagonists engaging, and can definitely see the seeds of her more recent books in this one.

    10. Jennifer Bowie on said:

      This seems to be the Labyrinth Gate by Kate Elliot. Perhaps a pseudonym?

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