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Edward W. Robertson

Author of Breakers

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A USA TODAY bestselling author, Ed writes whatever he gets a kick out of. Mostly, that involves robots, magic, and the end of the world.

His works include the post-apocalyptic Breakers series and the epic fantasy trilogy the Cycle of Arawn. A graduate of NYU's fiction program, his short stories have appeared in a couple dozen magazines. He has lived places and owned pets. [from Amazon.com Author Page]
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