The Gate of the Cat
& # 8 in the Witch World ~ Estcarp series
¯ Witch World: Swords and Spells (1997) * Published by SFBC, HC, # 67424, $14.99, 482pg ~ cover by Scott Grimando ~ Omnibus containing Trey of Swords (1977), Ware Hawk (1983) & The Gate of the Cat (1987)
¯ (2012) Published by Premier Digital Publishing, eISBN 978-1-937957-53-7, DM, $3.99, 184pg ~ cover by unknown
Non English Editions ~
¯ (1991) Published in Warsaw, Poland; by Amber, 83-708-2279-7, 238pg ~ translated by Mirosław Grabowski ~ Polish title Brama Kota
¯ (1994) Combined with "Lore of the Witch World" ~ Published in Moscow, by Sigma Press, 5-863-14029-1, HC, 448pg ~ translation by Dmitry Arseniev, except “The Toads of Grimmerdale” translation by K. Queen (sort story in "Lore of the Witch World") ~ cover by D. Avvakumov ~ Russian title Кошачьи врата [Gate of the Cat]
¯ (2001) Combined with "The Crystal Gryphon" translation by B. A. Segalovsky and "Ware Hawk" translation by Dmitry Arseniev ~ Published in Moscow, by AST, 5-170-08589-3 and 5-792-10447-6, HC, 635pg ~ "The Gate of the Cat" translation by Dmitry Arseniev ~ cover by Luis Royo ~ Russian title Хрустальный грифон. Берегись ястреба. Кошачьи врата.
A stone ring in the Scottish Highlands becomes
the gateway through which Kelsie McBlair enters a new world and becomes
embroiled in a struggle between Light and Dark for power over the
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