| David Clement-Davies|
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| The Sight, Fire Bringer, Fell, The telling pool, The Alchemists of Barbal|David Clement-Davies Wikipedia
David Clement-Davies (born 1964) is a British writer of fantasy fiction. He is best known as the author of the animal fantasy books The Sight, Fire Bringer and Fell (sequel to The Sight).
David Clement-Davies was born in 1964 and went to Westminster School and Edinburgh University where he read History and English Literature, specialising in the Italian Renaissance, and Russian Literature and Society. He began his writing career as a freelance travel journalist, and his first novel, Fire Bringer, was published in 1999. It was followed by The Sight and Fell. He has also written a musical, two adult novels, and is currently working on a play, set in the present and the 17th century, called Startled Anatomies, alongside his children's books.
Clement-Davies lived in the Andalusia region of Spain, and lives in London
Clement-Davies is currently working on a new series too, the first of which will be called The Terror Time Spies. He also wrote a book called Scream of the White Bears