That Way Lies Camelot
JOURNEY THROUGH TIME AND SPACE TO ALTERNATE WORLDS AND THE NEAR FUTURE IN A BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION OF INTERCONNECTED SHORT STORIES
In the title story, Wurts poignantly addresses mortality and what it is to wish. Sandy is in the last throes of life with one final request: Sandy dreams desperately of a visit to the Round Table of King Arthur - an impossible ask, but one which is about to be realized...
In Dreambridge, the last tree linking this world to the world of the feys has been brutally attacked. Kirelle, apprentice healer, has been chosen to seek revenge on the humans who thoughtlessly attempted to destroy this sacred tie. But can they be made to understand the gravity of their actions?
In Wurts' brilliant Fleet stories, we follow the fortunes and misfortunes of Michael Christopher Jensen Jr. and his numerous encounters with the space-pirate MacKenzie James - a relationship that will leave you wondering who the villain really is.
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About the Author
Through her combined career as an author and cover artist, Janny Wurts has written nineteen novels, a collection of short stories once nominated for the British Fantasy Award, and thirty three contributions to fantasy and science fiction anthologies.
Best known for the War of Light and Shadow series, other titles include standalones To Ride Hell's Chasm, Master of Whitestorm, and Sorcerer's Legacy; the Cycle of Fire trilogy; and the Empire trilogy written in collaboration with Raymond E. Feist.
Her paintings and cover art have appeared in exhibitions, including, NASA's 25th Anniversary exhibit, Delaware Art Museum, Canton Art Museum, Hayden Planetarium in New York, and been recognized by two Chesley Awards, and three times Best of Show at the World Fantasy Convention.
She lives in Florida with three cats and two horses, and rides with a mounted team for search and rescue. Life experience as an offshore sailor, wilderness enthusiast and musician is reflected in her creative work.
'A gifted creator of wonder'
Raymond E. Feist
'Janny Wurts is a great natural storyteller'
L. Sprague de Camp
'It ought to be illegal for one person to have so much talent'