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Claire North

A pseudonym used by Catherine Webb

Claire North is a pseudonym for an acclaimed author who has previously published several novels in different genres.

Genres: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Literary Fiction
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (2015) : The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel winner (2015) : The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August
World Fantasy Best Book winner (2017) : The Sudden Appearance of Hope

Claire North recommends
The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet (2014)
(Wayfarers, book 1)
Becky Chambers
"Humane and alien, adventurous and thoughtful, vast in its imagination and wonderfully personal in the characters it builds. But above all else, it is joyously written and a joy to read."
The Space Between the Stars (2017)
Anne Corlett
"Anne Corlett is a writer with huge potential, and I’m looking forward to her future works."
Paris Adrift (2018)
E J Swift
"EJ Swift is a clever, powerful voice in science fiction."
One of Us (2018)
Craig DiLouie
"The Girl with All The Gifts meets To Kill A Mockingbird."
The Stars Now Unclaimed (2018)
(Universe After, book 1)
Drew Williams
"Pirates, smugglers, soldiers, spies, snarky spaceships, and really big guns . . . and that's just the first chapter. The action gets bigger, the stakes get higher, and I loved it!"
Empire of Sand (2018)
(Books of Ambha, book 1)
Tasha Suri
"A beautiful story in a stunning, magical world. An enthralling debut."
The Witchling's Girl (2021)
Helena Coggan
"There is such craft in The Witchling's Girl that I had to regularly stop to have awe. It gave me hope; it made me cry, Its's a fantastically good book."
Ten Low (2021)
Stark Holborn
"Mad Max meets Firefly – and that’s awesome."
Outcast (2022)
(Inscape, book 2)
Louise Carey
"Louise Carey's dystopian future is chillingly plausable."
Out There (2022)
Kate Folk
"Disturbing, alluring, dazzling, and creepy, Out There is a riveting collection that keeps you enthralled with every page."
The Dark Between The Trees (2022)
Fiona Barnett
"Blimey, this was creepy as hell!"

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