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Philip Reeve

UK flag (b.1966)

Philip Reeve (born 1966 in Brighton) is a bestselling British author and illustrator. He presently lives on Dartmoor with his wife Sarah and his son Samuel.

Genres: Children's Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy, Science Fiction
Series contributed to
Non fiction
Pug-a-doodle-doo (2017) (with Sarah McIntyre)
Blue Peter Book Award Book of the Year winner (2003) : Mortal Engines
Carnegie Medal Best Book winner (2008) : Here Lies Arthur
Carnegie Medal Best Book nominee (2010) : Fever Crumb
Blue Peter Book Award Book of the Year nominee (2011) : A Web of Air
Blue Peter Book Award Best Book nominee (2014) : Oliver and the Seawigs
Andre Norton Award Best Book nominee (2017) : Railhead
Carnegie Medal Best Book nominee (2017) : Railhead

Philip Reeve recommends
The Devil's Triangle (2011)
(Devil's Triangle, book 1)
Mark Robson
"Mark Robson's adventures soar and surprise."
Katya's War (2013)
(Russalka Chronicles, book 2)
Jonathan L Howard
"A highly effective, thought-provoking novel."
The Train to Impossible Places (2018)
(Train to Impossible Places, book 1)
P G Bell
"Great fun - fast-moving, inventive, and full of cartoonish contraptions. I'll look forward to seeing where P.G.Bell takes us next!"

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