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This fascination led her to devour the creative works of J. She plastered the walls of her room with the likes of these inspirations, and many of them are obvious throughout her works today. With over 50 published novels and other works, Barbara Hambly is a prolific and successful author. She has written for a variety of formats, including graphic novels and cartoon television, and in a number of genres. In each case, she has attempted, while staying true to the forms and tropes of each genre, to bring something new and original to her works.
She has written both for the Star Wars and Star Trek tie-in series of novels. However, her own work is varied and defies easy categorization. Hambly has written historical fiction, mysteries, fantasy, and science fiction, working in fantastic settings while creating realistic and down to earth characters that readers can relate to. Personal Life Ms. Hambly was born on August 28th in in San Diego, California. Her father, Edward Everett Hambly, and mother, Florence Moraski Hambly, had moved to the western metropolis from a coal mining town in eastern Pennsylvania.
As a young girl, the classic The Wizard of Oz first attracted Barbara to fantasy, and literature in general.
She pursued her love of the written word to other classic works, including The Lord of the Rings, from which she would later take the name of the wizard Ingold in her first book. This interest also led to other interests, including costume making, and actively participating in the Society for Creative Anachronism. Investigating further led her to pursue a degree in Medieval History from the University of California, Riverside. She received her Masters degree in , after spending time in Bordeaux, France. As a result, she searched out and found a number of jobs that would keep body and soul together while giving her the time to practice her craft.
Like many writers, she accumulated a list of interesting jobs, including teacher, model, waitress, editor, and karate instructor. In , Del Ray published her first book. Published For The First Time Time of the Dark was the first book in a publishing career that would extend over three decades, and lead to the writing of more than fifty books and counting. It was the first in a series that became a trilogy, and then a sextet, called The Darwath Series.
Telling the story of Gil and Rudy, Time of the Dark was what would later become known as a second world fantasy. The main characters start in what is ostensibly our world. Gil is an academic and bookish student, while Rudy is part of the punk subculture, and an artist. I lack the discipline—and, quite frankly, the ambition—that takes a student past average to good.
But all the other significant personalities in this story are female.
There are two friendships in particular that brought this home to me. The relationship between Starhawk and Fawn is the first: the only thing they really have in common is loyalty to Sun Wolf, but Hambly suggests the development of genuine friendship during their journey.
The second relationship is that between Sheera and Drypettis Dru, friends from girlhood. But theirs is a recognisable, believable friendship, of the kind with which few fictional women seem to come equipped.
Sun Wolf and Starhawk Series in Order - Barbara Hambly - FictionDB
Female friendship has a much smaller role to play in subsequent books. The Ladies of Mandrigyn has an exceptional number of interconnected women, and I have to say, I find that refreshing. This volume takes place in the kingdom of Wenshar. A Free Man of Color.
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The Time of the Dark. The Silent Tower. Those Who Hunt the Night. Dog Wizard. Blood Maidens. Dead Water. The Silicon Mage. Traveling with the Dead. The Magistrates of Hell. Dead and Buried. Shirt on His Back, The. Good Man Friday. Kindred of Darkness. Fever Season.
Days of the Dead. Bride of the Rat God. Icefalcon's Quest. The Rainbow Abyss. Darkness on His Bones. The Armies of Daylight. Ran Away. The Walls of Air. The Magicians of Night. Knight of the Demon Queen. Crimson Angel. A Night With the Girls. Fairest in the Land. Murder in July.
Personal Paradise. Wet Grave.
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