J.M. Vaughan

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J.M. VAUGHAN was homeschooled growing up, which gave him ample opportunity to do anything and everything but school. He spent his time writing novels, building spaceships and castles out of LEGOs, and making stop-motion movies. He attended film school in Southern California and has worked as a graphic designer, editor, videographer, colorist, and visual effects artist. After several false starts, he embarked on the project that would become Worldwielder in September 2015. He currently lives in Boise, ID, where he is hard at work on his next novel, a science-fiction epic due for release in 2018.

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Worldwielder

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This book was two hundred thousand (!!) words of setup and exposition for the next book. Nothing of consequence happened. It told no real story of its own. Characters spent a lot of time talking about things that were going to happen, but that's all ...more
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Like all of Garth Nix's books, Sabriel is nearly crushed under the weight of all its ideas. There are so many ideas, and they're all so enthralling, that I found myself much more interested in things like the magic system or the different gates in de ...more
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