The Adamantine Palace

The Adamantine Palace by Stephen deas

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Stephen Dees is a British fantasy writer. Stephen was born in 1968 in southern England, in a town populated by many retired colonels, so his childhood was characterized by the fact that he very early began to pronounce the word "colonel". Like many children, he made fictional friends for himself, but, unlike most, he has not stopped doing this until now. He`s just writing books about them now. His main profession is an aerospace engineer, and he also works in communications and imaging technology in the defense sector, while studying theoretical physics at Cambridge. Lives in the village of Vrittle, Essex with his wife and two children, acting as a “Responsible Father”. For a long time (from 1997 to 2002) Stephen Dees wrote book reviews for Vector magazine, published by the British Science Fiction Association (BSFA). Even when he does not write books, his life still remains interesting: once he collided nose to nose with a barracuda, met the dawn at the top of a mountain, sa...

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Stephen Dees is a British fantasy writer. Stephen was born in 1968 in southern England, in a town populated by many retired colonels, so his childhood was characterized by the fact that he very early began to pronounce the word "colonel". Like many children, he made fictional friends for himself, but, unlike most, he has not stopped doing this until now. He`s just writing books about them now. His main profession is an aerospace engineer, and he also works in communications and imaging technology in the defense sector, while studying theoretical physics at Cambridge. Lives in the village of Vrittle, Essex with his wife and two children, acting as a “Responsible Father”. For a long time (from 1997 to 2002) Stephen Dees wrote book reviews for Vector magazine, published by the British Science Fiction Association (BSFA). Even when he does not write books, his life still remains interesting: once he collided nose to nose with a barracuda, met the dawn at the top of a mountain, saw the Stone Forest with a full moon. The first time he went abroad, war broke out. He almost burned Wales, of course not all of Wales, but a separate part of it, but twice. In between the burning of principalities, he enjoys reading and playing Dungeons & Dragons. At various times in his life, his hobbies were kung fu, playing the piano and Sid Meier`s "Civilization" (original). He loves coffee very much, but he has to limit himself in it. He is fond of designing and launching homemade rockets, and this is probably where his love for dragons originates. Currently, Stephen Dees is best known as the author of the Dragon Realms series, which includes the already fully published Memory of Flames trilogy, a continuation of her single novel and a new trilogy, upcoming, as well as a series about the thief hunter`s apprentice: Thief -Taker`s Apprentice for Young Adult.