The Maze Games

The Maze Games

ABOUT Jeffrey Clemmons

Jeffrey Clemmons
Well this is awkward Just joshing. So, how do you do one these bio things? Right, I talk about myself. Well, if you must know, I was born to a beautiful mother, a man who I've known as my father my entire life, and a brother who was great. Ever since I was small, I have had a broad imagina More...



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About the Book:
Daniel McGaw wakes up on a cold hard floor in a giant maze that seems to be alive, instantly thrown into a dangerous world where death is very real. Partnered with a girl named Cynthia and a boy named Byron, Daniel quickly discovers that they have supernatural powers that could ultimately either save or destroy them. Chased by a strange darkness they call the Creature, Daniel reluctantly becomes the leader of a small group that must uncover gruesome truths, live through deadly betrayals, unearth hellish creatures, and defeat death itself.


The Maze Games is the first book in the Maze Games Series. The book will take you by surprise with twists around every corner, and will leave you watching your back.


About the Author:
Jeffrey Clemmons is thirteen and lives in Rockwall, Texas with his mom and step-father. In his free time, he enjoys reading, listening to music, drawing, and, most of all, writing. Jeffery's love of writing began in his fourth-grade writing class. You will find him reading one of a plethora of books, writing, or trying to become accustomed with other cultures and languages; right now he is exploring Japanese. He has written six unpublished works prior to The Maze Games that he someday hopes to revive and rewrite for others to enjoy.

For several months, I had been contemplating the idea of teenagers being trapped in a Maze. I had originally wanted it to be a competition to unlock the true secrets of the government, only for it to go horribly wrong and have them try and find a way out while finding out the truth of the experiment through a 6 book series. Then, the idea was re- imagined one night while I was watching Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I had already changed my mind about the original idea a few days before, and I was struck trying to write the first chapter. Then it all came together while watching the Third Task scene in the movie. Not that I drew inspiration from the movie, merely, it ignited the spark that I needed to light the fire.