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Under Camelot's Banner
(The Path to Camelot - Book 3)
April 1, 2006
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For Camelot's Honor
(The Path to Camelot - Book 2)
April 1, 2005
Available: April 1, 2005
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The Firebird's Vengeance
(Isavalta series: Book 5)
August 1, 2004
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In Camelot's Shadow
March 1, 2004
Available: March 1, 2004
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The Usurper's Crown
April 1, 2003
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A Sorcerer's Treason
April 1, 2002
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Kingdom Of Cages
August 1, 2001
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Sarah Zettel


Sarah Zettel was born in California in 1966. Since then, she's lived in ten cities, four states and two countries. Currently, she lives in Michigan with her husband Tim and her cat, Buffy the Vermin Slayer. To date, she's written nine novels, five of which are science fiction and four of which are fantasy. She's also written a whole bunch of short stories that are mostly science fiction with some fantasy and horror thrown in.

Prior to my plunge into Fantasy, I was mainly known as a "hard" science fiction author. I used to wonder how that happened. I used to say "I love science fiction, but I hate science. I know nothing about science." Then, the truth came to me. What I actually hate is physics, which bores me to tears. On the other hand, I love biology, sociology, psychology, socio-biology, anthropology, archeology and planetology, and will cheerfully delve into any and all of them for hours, if not days, at a time. And, as I've found, I will equally cheerfully write about them.

Fantasy is opening up new vistas for me, or perhaps I should say it is returning me to old vistas. I have been reading folklore and fairy tales for as long as I have been able to read. It has long been my dream to take the raw magic found in these ancient stories and span them into something new. Like the stories we tell about our future and our technology, the stories we tell about our past and our magic are powerful and delightful. They give us another look at what makes is human. I'm thoroughly enjoying this new challenge and I expect the new views it gives me to make my science fiction stories even better.

http://www.sff.net/people/sarah-zettel


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