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Sean Williams
Sean Williams is the author of thirty-five novels, eighty short stories and the odd odd poem. He writes across the field of science fiction and fantasy for adults, young adults and children, and enjoys the occasional franchise, too, such as Star Wars and Doctor Who. His work has won awards,... show more

Sean Williams is the author of thirty-five novels, eighty short stories and the odd odd poem. He writes across the field of science fiction and fantasy for adults, young adults and children, and enjoys the occasional franchise, too, such as Star Wars and Doctor Who. His work has won awards, debuted at #1 on the New York Times hardback bestseller list, and been translated into numerous languages. His latest series is Troubletwisters, co-written with Garth Nix. Visit him online at www.seanwilliams.com
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General implied spoilers ahead! That said, let me introduce Flagon the Fierce and Friendly Welsh Dragon, with his third Goodreads review. Flagon says: ROARYAY! These Nix and Williams people really understand the truth about human-Dragon relations! It's great to get a story that explains it ...
the dilemma of reading
the dilemma of reading rated it 4 years ago
The mind-bending conclusion to the Twinmaker series, perfect for fans of the Uglies series, from #1New York Times bestselling author Sean Williams. Clair's world has been destroyed—again. The only remaining hope of saving her friends is for her and Q to enter the Yard, the digital world of Ant Walla...
the dilemma of reading
the dilemma of reading rated it 5 years ago
Thank goodness for technology--I finished Twinmaker and had Crashland on my kindle within five minutes. These books are addictive.While I knew I had to read this, I was skeptical going into Crashland. I thought that Twinmaker could easily have been a stand alone book and been tied up quite simply. S...
the dilemma of reading
the dilemma of reading rated it 5 years ago
Twinmaker drew me in as no book has in a very long time. I've read a lot of dystopian YA books, but very few have been as fast-paced as this one. Williams has created an absolutely fantastic world--it's very clear that every single detail has been hashed out in his mind. There's no time wasted with ...
weave my words into worlds
weave my words into worlds rated it 6 years ago
**edited**Probably my least favorite writing-wise so far. Lots of typos and maybe not as subtle as the other narrations. The authors made this strange choice to write Abeke and Tarik's dialogue with hardly any contractions ever, which really stuck out and sounded forced. Upon further investigation, ...
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