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James Cormier went to law school and spent years as a practicing attorney before realizing that what he really wanted to do with his life was sit around and write stories about imaginary places. Which is why you're reading this now. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife, his son, and the requisite two cats that every writer of fantasy and science fiction is presented with upon the publication of their first novel. ...more

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James Cormier Thank you so much for your question, Karen! I'm glad you enjoyed Exile! I don't have a firm date for the release of the sequel, which will be titled E…moreThank you so much for your question, Karen! I'm glad you enjoyed Exile! I don't have a firm date for the release of the sequel, which will be titled Extinction, yet, but it should be sometime in 2016. Sorry you'll have to wait! In the meantime, I'm running a free serial on Wattpad called The Doktor's Spyglass, and working on a number of projects in addition to Volume 2 of The Book of Ever.(less)
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#MSTReRead Update

So I’ve just finished The Dragonbone Chair, and have moved on to Stone of Farewell in my Great Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn ReRead.  You can read my first post on the subject here.


Basically, I’m rereading the series in preparation for the release of The Heart of What Was Lost, an interim novel set between To Green Angel Tower and the forthcoming sequel trilogy, The Last King of Osten Ard.  Instead of

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