[Ebook] ➩ Whispering Woods (Magic: The Gathering: Greensleeves, #1) By Clayton Emery – Avshao.info

Whispering Woods (Magic: The Gathering: Greensleeves, #1) Gull Shouldn T Have Taken The Job This Wizard Is Worse Than Any He S Heard About Before Between Tavern Brawls, Magical Battles, And A Strange Artifact Turning Up, Gull Is Kept Very Busy And Now That His Half Wit Sister Is Beginning To Gather Her Wits, Gull Really Has His Hands Full.


About the Author: 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 technical writer.He s a member of the Mystery Writers of America and Science Fiction Fantasy Writers of America 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 s a member of the Mystery Writers of America and Science Fiction Fantasy Writers of America.Clayton lives with his sweetie in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where his ancestors came ashore in 1635 From



10 thoughts on “Whispering Woods (Magic: The Gathering: Greensleeves, #1)

  1. says:

    Whispering Woods starts off and moves a great dealslowly 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 reverse of Arena, a look at the repercussions of a Wizard s actions through common eyes th


  2. says:

    I liked this book, but not as much as I like other books in the Magic the Gathering realm The main thing I did not like in this book, is the un epicness of the adventure It seems to me that the struggles overcome by the main characters pale in insignificance to the struggles faced in other fantasy novels Now, it does seem that, as the first book in a three part series, Emery is jus


  3. says:

    I enjoyed thisthan I thought I would going in, after my experience with Arena.I think I just enjoy larger narratives overall, plus this author has a bitskill at writing the action scenes There s a lot less repetitive language, at the very least.The ending is a bit of a deus ex machina situation, but it s forgivable in the context There s at least a logical should have 14 quotation marks ar


  4. says:

    This was my second Magic novel and I still haven t become a fan yet sadly Whereas Arena moved ridiculously slow, Whispering Woods moved so fast it ignored any character development thus avoiding any feeling of a fulfillment of fantasy epicness.The story is interesting as the reader now has the ability to witness the destruction and carnage that an innocent bystander would view while watching a wiz


  5. says:

    This book has a totally different feel than Arena the first Magic the Gathering book Instead of following an experienced strong wizard, it show the world of magic from the other end of the spectrum, the people that don t know magic, and the ones that might even fear it.


  6. says:

    My first, and only, Magic The Gathering novel29 August 2013 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 made bucket loads of money on the product enough to pretty m


  7. says:

    I was fairly disappointed in this book, although the basis of my opinion isor less a comparison to the other books written behind the Magic card game.The plot is thin, and the story is told from one singular point of view The main character is a simpleton, and the story is told entirely from his na ve point of view This made for a boring read The main character was bland with no particular capabilities aside from some br


  8. says:

    While I really enjoyed the first MTG book, Arena, I thought it lacked a decent explanation of how the magic actually works I mean, where do the summoned creatures come from and where do they go when a battle is finished In this book, an attempt was made to do some explaining about this and really helped the reader get a better grasp on just what is happening during wizardly battles In this book, summoned creatures are real being


  9. says:

    I enjoyed this novel not knowing it was the start of a trilogy I was along for the ride and really appreciated the perspective of Gull being on the other side of the game When I finished and realized there wasto come, I was pleasantly surprised I hope the story keeps its perspective the author used in this novel since it s a refreshing change of pace Sometimes he wrote himself into a corner but without any expectations, I didn t really


  10. says:

    Not a bad little Magic adventure Worth a night or two of reading if you are looking for something short I basically decided to read something less epic after reading only Sanderson, Rothfuss, Hobb, Martin and Erikson for awhile This was a nice change...


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