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Clayton Emery
Clayton Emery is an umpteen-generations Yankee, Navy brat, and aging hippie who grew up playing Robin Hood in the forests of New England. He's been a blacksmith, dishwasher, schoolteacher in Australia, carpenter, zookeeper, farmhand, land surveyor, volunteer firefighter, and award-winning... show more



Clayton Emery is an umpteen-generations Yankee, Navy brat, and aging hippie who grew up playing Robin Hood in the forests of New England. He's been a blacksmith, dishwasher, schoolteacher in Australia, carpenter, zookeeper, farmhand, land surveyor, volunteer firefighter, and award-winning technical writer. He currently lives in Washington, DC, where he works for the Department of Homeland Security. Check out his books on Amazon, and watch for The Republic, an upcoming TV show he created.

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Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd
It wasn't going to be long, not with the popularity of the Magic: The Gathering trading card game, for Wizards of the Coast to capitalise on the phenomena and release a series of books based on the game. Seriously though, Magic: The Gathering is like the crack cocaine of the roleplaying world – they...
A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 9 years ago
This is the conclusion to the 'Greensleeves' trilogy, the only multi-part storyline in the prerevisionist books, discounting a couple links between a short story and a novel such as in Hanovi Braddock's 'Ashes of the Sun' and his "Heart of Shanodin" in 'Tapestries', and because 'Song of Time's secon...
A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 9 years ago
Clayton Emery obliquely challenged Forstchen's 'Arena' in 'Whispering Woods' by shifting the emphasis of the story from a macho wizardly pissing contest to a real struggle of the 'little guy' versus the predations of wizards. 'Shattered Chains' not only builds on the strengths of the book, it also i...
A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 9 years ago
'Whispering Woods' starts off and moves a great deal more slowly than 'Arena', because, I think, Emery was leaning too hard on the fact he was writing a trilogy and could take the time for the character development that Forstchen ignored in favor of blood and explosions. What we get is almost a reve...
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