Quester's Endgame

☆ Quester's Endgame ☆ Jo Clayton - Quester's Endgame, Quester s Endgame Across the years and through endless star systems Aleytys had searched for her mother Shareem and for her long denied heritage the chance to claim her rightful place as a member of the nearly immorta ☆ Quester's Endgame ☆ Jo Clayton - Quester's Endgame, Quester s Endgame Across the years and through endless star systems Aleytys had searched for her mother Shareem and for her long denied heritage the chance to claim her rightful place as a member of the nearly immorta

  • Title: Quester's Endgame
  • Author: Jo Clayton
  • ISBN: 9780886771386
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
Quester's Endgame

☆ Quester's Endgame ☆ Jo Clayton, Quester's Endgame, Jo Clayton, Quester s Endgame Across the years and through endless star systems Aleytys had searched for her mother Shareem and for her long denied heritage the chance to claim her rightful place as a member of the nearly immortal super race the Vrya Now at last Aleytys was about to rendezvous with Shareem for a journey to the secret homeworld of her people But even at Aleytys moment of triumphAcross the ☆ Quester's Endgame ☆ Jo Clayton - Quester's Endgame, Quester s Endgame Across the years and through endless star systems Aleytys had searched for her mother Shareem and for her long denied heritage the chance to claim her rightful place as a member of the nearly immorta

  • ☆ Quester's Endgame ☆ Jo Clayton
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Quester's Endgame

About “Jo Clayton

  • Jo Clayton

    Jo Clayton, whose parents named her after Jo in Little Women, was born and raised in Modesto, California She and her three sisters shared a room and took turns telling each other bedtime stories One of her sisters noted that Jo s stories were the best, and often contained science fiction and fantasy elements.Clayton graduated from the University of California in 1963, Summa Cum Laude, and started teaching near Los Angeles.In 1969, after a religious experience, she moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, joining the teaching order Sisters of Mount Carmel as a novice She left three years later, before taking final orders.During her time in New Orleans, Clayton sold sketches and paintings in Pioneer Square to supplement her income After being robbed several times, Clayton moved to Portland, Oregon in 1983 She remained there for the rest of her life.Clayton was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 1996 Jo continued to write during her year and a half in the hospital She finished Drum Calls, the second book of the Drums of Chaos series, and was halfway through the third and final book when she lost her struggle with multiple myeloma in February, 1998.Literary executor Katherine Kerr made arrangements with established author Kevin Andrew Murphy to finish the third book of the Drums of Chaos series It is now completed.



671 thoughts on “Quester's Endgame

  • Endgame is plagued by the tendency Clayton s later books often had of talking to about a hundred characters, but the author s unique voice is taking me back to the late 80s, when I read most of her work This nostalgia is mixed with the squirming knowledge that Jo Clayton is gone now.



  • I found this book a bit tedious The constant interjection of witnesses and other comments that really didn t speed on the plot, made me want to skip them Of course, being addicted to words in a line, I didn t, but I have to admit I began skimming them towards the end I m not sure that I ll go back and read any of the earlier books in this series,if this is a representative sample.



  • Very good author Writes well, and holds your interest Keeps facts and sequences well balanced Great series of books.


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