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Tim Lebbon


UK flag (b.1969)

aka T J Lebbon

Tim Lebbon is a talented, highly-respected author, and the winner of the British Fantasy Society's August Derleth Fantasy Award for Best Novel (2006) for Dusk (Bantam Spectra, 2006), the first of his "Noreela" fantasy saga. It was followed with the release of Dawn (Bantam Spectra, 2007), and 2008 sees the publication of Fallen. He hopes soon to have titles that are longer than one word.

Genres: Horror, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy, Mystery
 
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Short stories
Mr Sneakalong (1998)
Detection Perfection (1999)
White [short story] (1999)British Fantasy Society (nominee)


Awards
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (1997) : Mesmer
British Fantasy Society Best Collection nominee (1998) : Faith In The Flesh
British Fantasy Society Best Short Story nominee (1999) : White [short story]
Bram Stoker Best Collection nominee (2002) : As the Sun Goes Down
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (2006) : Berserk
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (2006) : Desolation
British Fantasy Society Best Novel winner (2007) : Dusk


Tim Lebbon recommends
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Deadliest of the Species (2001)
Michael Oliveri
"Shocking, surprising and unflinchingly brutal, Oliveri's debut novel marks him as one of the top talents to watch in this new millennium."
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The Keeper (2006)
Sarah Langan
"[A] brilliant debut, heralding the arrival of a major talent."
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The Devil Next Door (2009)
Tim Curran
"Shocking and brutal, The Devil Next Door will hit you like a baseball bat to the face. Curran seems to have it in for the world ... and he's ending it as horrifyingly as he can."
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How to Make Monsters (2010)
Gary McMahon
"A very bloody good writer indeed... heartfelt, talented, soulful... serious and mature."
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It Sustains (2013)
Mark Morris
"Heart-rending, powerful, and ditinguished by Morris's dynamic and insightful writing. It Sustains is one of the best novels I've read in a long time."
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Hekla's Children (2017)
James Brodgen and James Brogden
"Hekla's Children is a brilliant novel full of great twists, beautifully drawn characters, exceptional writing, and some really startling ideas. It will leave you questioning the truths of myth and history, and that fine knife-edge between personal perception and reality."
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The War in the Dark (2018)
Nick Setchfield
"Nick Setchfield's The War in the Dark is a thrilling, shocking, action-packed delight! Its horror and magical elements are firmly grounded in a beautifully realised, strangely topical reality, and its momentum never lets up. An assured, memorable debut."
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Strange Ink (2018)
Gary Kemble
"Gripping and assured, Strange Ink really gets under your skin."

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